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Sourcefire of Columbia said that Martin F. Roesch will continue as interim CEO, following the resignation of John C. Burris, who had been on medical leave. Roesch is founder, chief technology officer and a director. Burris remains a director.

Fortress International Group of Columbia named Ken Schwarz CFO, succeeding Timothy C. Dec, who resigned. Previously, Schwarz was CFO of Primus Telecommunications Group, president and CFO of Simplexity and president, consumer solutions, executive vice president and CFO of Intersections. He also worked for WinStar Telecommunications, Cable & Wireless, TeleSpectrum, Unitel Communications, National Telephone Services, MCI and Deloitte & Touche.

Charles Schwabe, executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Howard Bank of Ellicott City, was named chairman of Maryland Bank Services, a subsidiary of the Maryland Bankers Association.

MakingChange of Columbia named Mike Couch president, succeeding Michelle Glassburn. Previously, Couch worked for General Electric and America Online.

The Arc of Howard County of Ellicott City promoted Andrea Wilborn of Clarksville to assistant director of its day and supported retirement services programs from employment specialist. Earlier, Wilborn worked for the Arc of New Haven (Conn.).

Humanim of Columbia named Jeanne Kennedy of Ellicott City and Erik Booker of Baltimore directors. Kennedy is vice president and corporate treasurer for CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield of Owings Mills. Booker is assistant commissioner for code enforcement for the Baltimore Department of Housing and Community Development

Howard Bank of Ellicott City and its parent, Howard Bancorp, named Robert W. Smith a director. Smith is a partner with DLA Piper.

Montgomery

Greysteel of Bethesda named Gil Neuman managing director. Previously, Neuman founded the retail investment sales division of KLNB Retail.

Creative Dispute Resolutions of Gaithersburg named Stephen P. Johnson and Gale E. Rasin mediators and arbitrators. Johnson is a former Montgomery County District Court judge; Rasin is a former Baltimore City Circuit Court judge.

Micro Focus of Rockville named David Dzergoski to its federal team. Previously, Dzergoski was chief of staff at Agile Edge Technologies and DalCorp International.

Eichberg Construction of Gaithersburg named William Hart a senior project manager.

Haden Land, vice president of engineering and chief technology officer of Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions-Civil product line in Rockville, was among those named a 2012 Global CIO Executive Summit Top 10 Breakaway Leader.

RLJ Credit Opportunity Fund of Bethesda named Salo Aizenberg and Seth I. Friedman managing directors. Previously, Aizenberg was a managing director at Westbury Partners and also worked for Paribas. Friedman was a managing director at Perseus Finance and also worked for MetLife, Brown Brothers Harriman, Mesirow Financial and LaSalle Bank.

Real Living At Home of Chevy Chase named Steven Friedman president.

Walker & Dunlop of Bethesda named John Pantone senior vice president in its capital markets department in Chicago. Previously, Pantone was regional director for ARC Property Trust and also worked for Heller Real Estate Finance and Buchanan Street Partners. He co-founded AEG Real Estate Advisors, where he was partner and managing director.

The J. Craig Venter Institute of Rockville and San Diego promoted Karen Nelson to president and Robert Friedman to COO. Previously, Nelson was director of the Rockville office and leader of its Human Genomic Medicine Group, duties she retains. Friedman was director of its San Diego facility and head of its policy group, duties he retains.

Prince George’s

Eklund's named Jason Speicher of Monkton its Northeast regional director in its Lanham elevator cab plant. Previously, Speicher owned a carpentry company.

Old Line Bancshares of Bowie named Jeffrey A. Rivest a director. Rivest is president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

State

Health Solutions of Owings Mills promoted Terry Karjalainen to director, research and outcomes.

Chesapeake Urology Associates of Owings Mills named Anup R. Shah a staff urologist in its Good Samaritan Hospital and Franklin Square Hospital offices in Baltimore. Previously, Shah was chief resident in urology at the University of Washington Medical Center.

Calvert Street Capital Partners of Baltimore named Matt McLain to its investment team. Previously, McLain was an investment banker with Harris Williams & Co. and also worked for Irving Place Capital and Deloitte Financial Advisory Services.

Digital Infuzion of Gaithersburg named Stephan Bour executive director, clinical informatics. Previously, Bour was chief information officer of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and director of its Center for Biomedical Informatics. He also worked for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Remedi SeniorCare of Rosedale named Patrick Dennis general manager of its Troy, Ohio, operations. Previously, Dennis was vice president and general manager of Medco Health Solutions’ Las Vegas pharmacy.

Nevins & Associates of Hunt Valley named Laura Hager assistant account executive. Previously, Hager worked in the public relations and development department at the Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, in the community relations department at Western Maryland Health System and for Maroon PR.

Hamilton Bank of Towson named Brian Murphy senior loan officer and Mark Freyer special projects manager for compliance and risk management operations. Previously, Murphy was a loan officer at Capitalsource Bank. Freyer was senior vice president of risk and compliance at Chesapeake Bank.

Geoffrey W. Washington, an associate with Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler of Baltimore, was named to the judicial selection committee of the Bar Association of Baltimore City.

Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects of Baltimore promoted Lauren Merrill to associate.

The Women’s Law Center of Maryland of Towson named Barrett R. King a director. King is a lawyer with Elville & Associates of Columbia.

The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation of Towson named Randy Acosta senior director of development. Previously, Acosta was executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Harford County.

Bank of America of Charlotte, N.C., promoted David Millman of Owings Mills to president of its Maryland and Baltimore market, succeeding William Couper, who is retiring. Millman joined the bank in 1981.

Sinclair Broadcast Group of Hunt Valley named Michael Simon director of advanced technology for its television group. Previously, Simon was manager of advanced technology for Rohde & Schwarz and also worked for Harris Corp.

Craftsmen Developers of Glen Burnie named Jay M. Yacobucci of Brooklyn project manager of its redevelopment of Oliver Street, a Come Home Baltimore initiative.

Colliers International named Conor Devlin a lease analyst in its Baltimore office. Previously, Devlin was a research associate for CoStar Group and credit manager for Wells Fargo Financial.

Central Scholarship of Pikesville named Victor Broccolino and Rodolfo Beltran directors. Broccolino is president and CEO of Howard County General Hospital of Columbia. Beltran is a loan administration manager at Wells Fargo.

Greenberg Gibbons of Owings Mills named Eric Walter senior vice president, acquisitions and finance. Previously, Walter worked for CBRE.

GKV of Baltimore promoted Jessica Loewe to vice president, associate media director; Liz Carley to vice president, account supervisor; and Michelle Fox to senior account executive.

Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Foreman & Leonard of Baltimore named Saul A. Ehrenpreis an associate in its bankruptcy and corporate restructuring and litigation practice. Previously, Ehrenpreis was a law clerk for Judge Stuart R. Berger of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.

The Baltimore Washington Medical Center of Glen Burnie named Richard Williamson a director. Williamson is senior vice president, leasing for St. John Properties of Baltimore.

T. Rowe Price Group of Baltimore named Mary K. Bush a director. Bush is president of Bush International of Chevy Chase and Brock Capital Group of New York.

MacKenzie named W. Christopher Walsh Jr. of Westminster to its office and retail team in its Lutherville office. Previously, Walsh worked for Hill Management Services.

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland in Lutherville named Michael Jones, Rick Mattox and Rodney H. Scaife directors. Jones, of Roland Park, is director of global branding for W.R. Grace in Columbia. Mattox, of Bel Air, is a program management director with Lockheed Martin in Middle River. Scaife, of Elkridge, is vice president and chief human resources officer for Aerotek in Hanover.

Wright, Constable & Skeen of Baltimore named Allison Brill Wettlaufer and Marc A. Campsen associates.

Junior Achievement of Central Maryland in Owings MIlls named David Garbarino a director. Garbarino is a senior vice president with BB&T.

JobOn of Annapolis named Pete Steiner executive vice president of sales. Previously, Steiner worked for Monster.com and Dice.com.

McCormick & Co. of Sparks named Jacques Tapiero a director. Tapiero is senior vice president and president, emerging markets for Eli Lilly and Co.

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