Karen Ellsworth of Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr in Columbia joined the board of the Coalition of Geriatric Services of Ellicott City.
C3 Compliance Consultants of Maple Lawn named Kenneth Fick managing director.
Key Financial Group named Sean McComber of New Windsor to its financial planning staff in Frederick. Previously, McComber was owner and president of Keystone Funding Group.
Bridgewater Wealth & Financial Management of Bethesda named Bill Tinklepaugh director of business development. Previously, Tinklepaugh was senior vice president for government relations for Dean Foods, CEO of Master Dairies and director of economics for the International Dairy Foods Association.
Sonatype of Silver Spring named Ryan Berg chief security officer and Deborah Rosen COO. Previously, Berg worked for IBM; Rosen worked for webMethods, Computer Associates and Global360.
The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases of Bethesda promoted Marla Dalton of Bethesda to executive director, effective July 1, succeeding Len Novick, who is retiring. Dalton joined the foundation in 2010 as senior director of education and public outreach. Previously, she was senior vice president of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, executive vice president of the Industry Leaders Council for the American Society of Civil Engineers and executive director of the Infrastructure Security Partnership.
Paley Rothman of Bethesda named Jessica Summers of Arlington, Va., and Jack Blum of Washington, D.C., associates. Previously, both were law clerks at the firm.
Seegene of Gaithersburg named John G. Hurrell senior executive vice president. Previously, Hurrell was president and general manager of Focus Diagnostics, vice president of business development at Quest Diagnostics and senior vice president and general manager of TriPath Oncology.
HighTower of Chicago named Stephen Rosen managing director and partner of HighTower Bethesda and Matt Moore managing director and partner in its Kelly Wealth Management in Baltimore. Previously, Rosen worked for UBS and Moore was a senior financial adviser and first vice president of investments at Merrill Lynch.
Array Information Technology of Greenbelt named retired Air Force Col. Robert Douglas a senior client executive in its defense systems group. Previously, Douglas was a director for Computer Sciences Corp. and an Air Force logistics account manager at IBM.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake in Baltimore named Terry F. Hickey president and CEO. Hickey, 43, is founder and executive director of Community Law In Action.
Mission Media of Baltimore named Shaun Bingham and Harilaos Skourits senior designers; Jason Blatt and Michael Scherr Web developer/programmers; Catlin Buckley a junior Web developer; and Mary Colleen Tan Roxas an interactive designer. Previously, Blatt worked for Micronexx and Arsenal Studios; Buckley worked for the West Virginia Water Research Institute; Roxas was with Housing Works and Baltimore City Public Schools; and Skourtis worked for the Ad Club and Ashton Design.
Ober|Kaler named Stewart W. Kameen a lawyer in its litigation group in its Baltimore office and named Michael A. Schollaert, Kevin P. LaTulip Jr. and Michael D. Beattie principals.
Jackson Lewis in Baltimore named Lynn Clements partner. Previously, Clements worked for the Department of Labor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Policy Division of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
ParenteBeard promoted Terry Lehman to regional managing partner for Maryland and central Pennsylvania.
The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation of Baltimore promoted Kelly Medinger of Baltimore to executive director. Previously, Medinger was a program officer at the Goizueta Foundation and director of corporate, foundation and government relations at Stevenson University.
FranNet of Maryland in Bel Air named Richard Bock president. Bock owns two Huntington Learning Center sites, in Bel Air and Perry Hall, and previously worked for Volvo.
Saul Ewing named Dan R. Skowronski a partner in its energy and utilities practice in Baltimore.
Medifast of Owings Mills named Timothy G. Robinson CFO, effective Feb. 1, succeeding interim CFO Joseph Kelleman, who will continue as director of finance-supply chain. Previously, Robinson was vice president, business operations for Canon Business Solutions, controller of Dupli-Fax and a senior emerging business consultant for Deloitte & Touche.
Chesapeake Bank of Maryland of Parkville named Benny C. Walker a director. Walker is a principal at Weyrich, Cronin & Sorra of Lutherville.
Himmelrich PR of Baltimore named Samantha Treacy an account associate. Previously, Treacy founded and was media design coordinator of GiGi Marketing.
Kids' Chance of Maryland of Baltimore named P. Matthew Darby a director. Darby is a principle partner of Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby of Gaithersburg.
MacKenzie Retail of Baltimore named marketing specialist Laura J. Christou an associate/consultant.
Force 3 of Crofton promoted Les Trachtman to CEO from COO, succeeding founder Rocky Cintron, now chairman. Previously, Trachtman was CEO of Transcentive and e-OneHundred Group, and also worked for Progress Software and Hyperion Software.
Miles & Stockbridge of Baltimore elected Nathanael D. Hartland, Michael L. Haslup, Patricia B. Jefferson, Amanda Neidert Kesler, Derek P. Roussillon and Deborah K. St. Lawrence Thompson principals.
Offit Kurman named Glenn Jones a principal in its litigation practice group in Bethesda and Rachel Wolf an associate in its mortgage compliance practice group in Baltimore.
The Maryland Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council named Ida Cheinman a director. Cheinman is principal and creative director of Substance151 of Baltimore.
The Verve Partnership of Baltimore named Rebecca Booth and Alice Rambissoon staff members. Previously, Rambissoon was a commercial interior designer for Kann & Associates and Design Collective.
Duane Morris promoted David B. Bernsohn to partner in its Baltimore office.
Continental Realty of Towson named Belinda L. Torres marketing director. Previously, Torres was marketing director with Hirschfeld Management.
Oomph Marketing of Baltimore named Anne Armiger account executive and brand energizer. Previously, Armiger worked for Catholic Charities, Head Start and Kohl's.
Anne Arundel Medical Center of Annapolis named Christine Crabbs manager of health promotion. Previously, Crabbs was executive director of the Hospice & Palliative Care Network of Maryland and also worked for the Tate Cancer Center at Baltimore Washington Medical Center.
Severn Savings Bank of Annapolis named William Lindlaw executive vice president and chief lending officer. Previously, Lindlaw was executive vice president and chief credit/lending officer at City First Bank of D.C.
Clinical Site Services of Glen Burnie named Teresa DeHaemer a senior enrollment specialist.
SafeNet of Belcamp named Michael Branca CFO, succeeding interim CFO Greg Repas, who continues as vice president and chief accounting officer. Previously, Branca was vice president, finance at BMC Software; vice president and CFO of Numara Software; and CFO at MTS Medication Technologies, Trak Communications and Reptron Electronics.
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