FrederickThe Crowley Co. of Frederick promoted Stuart Winsborough to international sales manager and named Ed Powers of Ellicott City a senior sales representative with Crowley Imaging and Andrew Detwiler of Thurmont to its technical support team. Previously, Winsborough was worldwide sales and marketing manager with Wicks & Wilson; he will work in the company's California locations in San Diego and San Dimas.
HowardMaxim Healthcare Services of Columbia named Andrew Friedell vice president of government affairs. Previously, Maxim was senior director of government affairs, Northeast region for Medco Health Solutions and also worked for Merck and then-Gov. Christine Todd Whitman of New Jersey.
MontgomeryOBA Bank of Germantown named Tom Olin of Bethesda a vice president and commercial banking officer in its Rockville office.
LCOR of Berwyn, Pa., promoted Michael Smith to senior vice president of its Washington, D.C.-area office in Bethesda. Before joining LCOR, Smith was director of project development for Perini Corp. and project manager with the McCourt Co. Smith also was named to a three-year term on the national NAIOP board.
Discovery Communications of Silver Spring named Kristen Hilbert vice president, national accounts, domestic distribution in its New York office. Previously, Hilbert was vice president of distribution for Current TV and also worked for Oxygen Media, Comedy Central and CBS Broadcast International.
Capreit of Rockville named Kevin Smith senior vice president.
Calvert Investments of Bethesda named Vishal Khanduja manager for its taxable fixed income portfolio. Previously, Khanduja was co-portfolio manager at Columbia Management and associate director in fixed income analytics at Galliard Capital Management.
Rebuilding Together Montgomery County of Kensington named the following directors through 2015: David H. Anderson, COO of Lerch, Early & Brewer of Bethesda; Shahnaz R. Tabibi, senior vice president and area business development officer for Monument Bank of Bethesda; Jerry Liu, president of D.G. Liu Contractor of Dickerson; Avi Galanti of the Jane Fairweather Team in Bethesda; and Howard J. Miller, finance director at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville.
Ruppert Landscape of Laytonsville promoted Fred Key of Haymarket, Va., to region manager for its branches in Raleigh, N.C., and Richmond, Lorton and Gainesville, Va.
Prince George'sJack Lynch, internal auditor with Educational Systems Federal Credit Union of Greenbelt, won the Terry McEacherin Internal Auditor of the Year Award from the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors.
StateNovaSom of Glen Burnie named Ron Loeppke a director. Loeppke is vice chairman of U.S. Preventive Medicine and previously worked for Alere Medical and Phycor.
Remedi SeniorCare of Rosedale named Michael Freedman regional sales manager for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and northern Delaware. Previously, Freedman was an account executive with AmerisourceBergen Technology Group and a regional sales manager with Artromick.
Chesapeake Urology Associates of Owings Mills named R.D. Levin a staff urologist in its Baltimore and Fulton offices. Previously, Levin was in private practice in Florida, where he also was a urologic oncologist at Aventura Hospital Cancer Center and Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The Baltimore County Board of Education re-elected Lawrence E. Schmidt president. Schmidt is a partner at Smith, Gildea & Schmidt of Towson.
SECU of Linthicum named April Seymour of Takoma Park manager of its two Annapolis branches. Previously, Seymour was vice president at Bank of America and a financial specialist with Wachovia Bank.
The American Visionary Art Museum of Baltimore named Matthew F. Gorra a director. Gorra is a partner in DLA Piper's Baltimore office.
The Children's Guild of Baltimore named Lisa Hollingsworth human resources director. Previously, Hollingsworth was human resources director for Healthstream, benefits manager for Holy Cross Hospital and human resources manager for Verudyne.
Humanim of Columbia named Chris Posko of Pasadena operations manager for its new division, Details. Previously, Posko was director of deconstruction for Second Chance and owner of Quadrant Contracting. Humanim also named Jeff Carroll of Baltimore director in its social enterprise division. Previously, Carroll was principal and owner of Clearpath Strategy.
Roadnet Technologies of Towson named Michael Stout of Baltimore an account representative for the Great Lakes region. Previously, Stout was an account executive for Potomac Basin Group.
GKV of Baltimore named Emily Agueda of Baltimore digital project manager, Tarah Ernst of Cockeysville digital project coordinator and Lowell Yukna of Timonium digital production developer. Previously, Agueda was an account executive at Redhead Cos. and also worked for WNST Sport Media.
Smiths Detection in Edgewood named Lance Roncalli vice president of sales, Americas. Previously, Roncalli was vice president, global business development with Safran-Morpho and senior vice president of global sales at L-1 Identity Solutions and also worked for Fiberlink Communications and Information Handling Services.
Hannah More School Foundation of Reisterstown named Drew Cook of Baltimore and Laurens MacLure Jr. of Reisterstown trustees. Cook is vice president of Berman McAleer of Timonium. MacLure is a director of the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation of Towson and former president and CEO of RWD Technologies.
The Maryland Bankers Association named Michael L. Middleton board chairman. Middleton is CEO and chairman of Community Bank of Tri-County in Waldorf.
Erickson Living of Catonsville promoted Scott Gensler to vice president of business. Previously, Gensler was vice president of financial planning, analysis and reporting.
The Department of Natural Resources named Evan Thalenberg of Annapolis to its Maryland Oyster Advisory Commission. Thalenberg is founder of Chesapeake BaySavers.
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