DocPoint Solutions of Fulton promoted Michael Ratigan to vice president of sales. Previously, Ratigan was a regional sales manager at Sourcecorp and Context Media.
Arbitron of Columbia named Debra Delman executive vice president, finance, and CFO, succeeding Sean Creamer, who was interim CFO. Previously, Delman was chief strategy officer for National Public Radio; senior vice president and CFO for Discovery Networks International; corporate vice president, finance, at Hearst-Argyle Television; senior vice president, CFO for both Emmis International and Manager Media International; and an investment analyst at Daiwa Securities of America.
Corporate Office Properties Trust of Columbia named Mark Gilbert director of business development for its data center solutions. Previously, Gilbert was vice president with Terremark, director of federal field sales for Red River Computer and president of Commercial Data Systems.
Software AG of Germany named John Johnson of Ijamsville president of Software AG USA in Reston, Va., and a member of its group executive board. Previously, Johnson was senior vice president at MicroStrategy and SAP Business Objects.
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic of Bethesda named J. Michael Falgoust its Baltimore Ravens beat reporter. Previously, Falgoust was a sports writer and editor with USA Today and also worked for the Orlando (Fla.) Sentinel and the Lenoir (N.C.) News-Topic.
LCOR of Berwyn, Pa., named Harmar Thompson senior vice president of development in its Bethesda office. Previously, Thompson was senior vice president of Lowe Enterprise Real Estate Group and also worked for Lincoln Property.
Identification Technology Partners of Gaithersburg hired Rob Zivney. Previously, Zivney was vice president of the government and standards division at the Identive Group and vice president of marketing at Hirsch Electronics.
Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland in Rockville named Tony Touma of Silver Spring to its governing board for a three-year term. Touma is co-owner of C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy in Washington, D.C.
Henley Construction of Gaithersburg named Barry Howard special projects manager and Kim Carmody director of marketing and business development.
GMV USA of Rockville named Julia MacDonough director of business development for defense and intelligence.
Danya International of Silver Spring promoted Brett Wallace to vice president for strategic corporate development and operations and Aaron Sundsmo to vice president of Africa programs. Previously, Sundsmo was director of programs for First Voice International’s U.S. headquarters. Wallace was vice president, CFO and COO of Monster Government Solutions, and vice president and director of strategic and business planning at ACS Federal Healthcare.
Shady Grove Adventist Hospital of Rockville named Jeffrey Wang medical director for vascular research.
DDC Advocacy of Oxon Hill named partner Tom Benjamin to lead its new business initiatives and partner Michael Shue senior vice president, campaign services.
Roadnet Technologies of Towson named Kufre Akpaidem international project support specialist. Previously, Akpaidem was a technical support analyst for Avis Budget Group.
First Industrial Realty Trust of Chicago named Mac McCulloch marketing and leasing manager for its 1.9 million-square-foot portfolio in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region. Previously, McCulloch was vice president at Colliers International and an associate with NAI KLNB.
Cordish Cos. of Baltimore named Gary Shpritz vice president of property operations at Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover. Previously, Shpritz worked for Tishman Construction and Harrah’s Entertainment.
About Faces Day Spa and Salon of Towson promoted Eric Brennan to CEO, succeeding Patrick Brennan.
Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union named Miquelle Koonce of Columbia a director. Koonce is finance director for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
Ziger/Snead of Baltimore named Joel Pearson and Keith Peiffer designers.
The Baltimore Community Foundation named Rebecca Rothey director of major and planned giving. Previously, Rothey was director of planned and principal gifts at Catholic Charities, and manager of major and planned gifts and major gifts officer at the American Red Cross of Central Maryland.
The Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore named Nora C. Meenaghan to its surgical staff.
The Johns Hopkins Diabetes Initiative of Baltimore named Frederic Wondisford director. Wondisford is an endocrinologist at Hopkins’ Children's Center and a professor of pediatrics, medicine and physiology.
Donate Life Maryland of Arbutus named Elizabeth Wolfe executive director, succeeding Natalie Benavides. Previously, Wolfe was project manager with the Living Legacy Foundation.
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center of Rossville named Nathaniel R. McElhaney a staff thoracic surgeon.
Supervalu of Minneapolis named Robert Bly president of Shoppers, succeeding Tim Lowe. Previously, Bly, 49, was a vice president of K-Mart and Sears divisions for Sears Holdings. He also worked for Road Ranger and Meijer.
SECU of Linthicum promoted Brandon S. McClure of Owings Mills to manager of its Bel Air branch. Previously, McClure was an assistant branch manager. SECU also named Lorisa L. Stewart of Baltimore manager of its Owings Mills branch. Previously, Stewart was assistant vice president and branch manager at M&T Bank, and a vice president at Harbor Bank of Maryland and Provident Bank.
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