Colliers International in Baltimore of Columbia named Susan Fedor assistant property manager for tenant relations and property maintenance and improvement. Previously, Fedor was executive director of Erie County (Pa.) Casa and also worked for Advantage Real Estate, Savoy East Apartments and Farr Cos.
Maxim Healthcare Services of Columbia promoted Daniel Wiltgen to director and member of the leadership team of StaffAssist Workforce Management. Maxim also named Kevin Apperson chief information officer. Previously, Apperson was chief information officer at Allegis Group.
GP Strategies of Elkridge named Brian Lambert to its performance readiness solutions group. Previously, Lambert was a senior analyst for Forrester Research and also worked for the American Society for Training and Development.
Owen Rouse Jr., senior vice president, director of capital markets for Manekin of Columbia, was named to a three-year term on the Johns Hopkins Bayview Safety Advisory Board.
American Spine of Frederick named Ritu Varma a staff member.
Lockheed Martin of Bethesda promoted Rick F. Ambrose, 54, to executive vice president of its Space Systems business and Sondra L. Barbour, 50, to executive vice president of its Information Systems & Global Solutions business, effective April 1, succeeding Joanne Maguire, 58, and Linda Gooden, 59, who are retiring, respectively. Ambrose joined Lockheed in 2000 and is vice president and deputy at Space Systems. Barbour, who joined 26 years ago, is senior vice president and chief information officer.
Offit Kurman promoted the following to principal: Catherine McQueen in Bethesda and Bryan Pelino in Maple Lawn.
GTM Architects of Bethesda named Jenne D.H. Whitelaw and Claudia Humphrey project designers.
Supernus Pharmaceuticals of Rockville named Victor Vaughn senior vice president of sales. Previously, Vaughn was senior vice president of sales at Shire and also worked for Fujisawa and SmithKline Beecham.
Scheer Partners of Rockville named Aaron Gambini a commercial leasing associate. Previously, Gambini worked for ValleyCrest Landscape and Meadows Farms Nurseries.
Hager Sharp of Washington, D.C., named Mike Schaffer of Silver Spring director of digital strategy. Previously, Schaffer was director of social media and content market director at iostudio.
RLJ Entertainment of Bethesda promoted Miguel Penella to CEO, succeeding Theodore S. Green. Previously, Penella was president and COO. Earlier, he was CEO of Acorn, which RLJ acquired.
TNI BioTech of Bethesda named Peter Aronstam CFO, succeeding Christopher Pearce, who was named COO.
Capitol College of Laurel named Daniel Ford to its information assurance program advisory board. Ford is chief security officer at Fixmo in Sterling, Va.
The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland in Lutherville named Jessica Quintilian of Glen Rock, Pa., director of programs and advocacy. Previously, Quintilian was assistant executive director of the American Academy of Home Care Physicians; outreach and education director at the Society for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy; education and training coordinator for the Maryland Traumatic Brain Injury Implementation Project; health and wellness education director at Quest Fitness; clinical coordinator at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and assistant to the vice president of managed care at Health Management Resources.
Data Networks of Hunt Valley named Roy Cestero director of professional services. Previously, Cestero was senior partner technical consultant for EMC.
A&R Cos. of Baltimore promoted Shay Dugan vice president of operations and named Feras Qumseya vice president of development. Previously, Qumseya worked for the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development in Washington, D.C.
Niles, Barton & Wilmer of Baltimore named Craig D. Roswell a managing partner.
Semmes, Bowen & Semmes named Brett S. Lininger a principal in its lobbying and government relations and corporate and business practice groups in its Baltimore office, and James S. Maloney a principal in its workers’ compensation and employers’ liability practice in its Baltimore and Hagerstown offices.
LifeBridge Health of Baltimore named Tressa Springmann chief information officer. Previously, Springmann was chief information officer at Greater Baltimore Medical Center and also worked at Integrated Health Systems.
Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates of Baltimore named Ryan Levy a supervisor in its tax department; and Madeline Riley and Jessica Romano entry-level staff accountants in its tax department and audit and accounting department, respectively.
Thomas D. Kohn, a member of Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler in Baltimore, was named to the technology committee of the Bar Association of Baltimore City.
The American Red Cross of the Chesapeake Region in Maryland named Scott R. Salemme regional CEO. Previously, Salemme was the Red Cross’ regional CEO in Columbia, S.C.
The Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Towson named Margo Mandes Eastern Shore race and development coordinator.
Amy Perry was named president of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and executive vice president of its parent, LifeBridge Health. Previously, Perry was senior vice president and COO of Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, and president and CEO of the Mount Sinai Foundation. She succeeds Neil M. Meltzer, who was named CEO of LifeBridge Health, succeeding Warren A. Green, who is retiring.
Barcoding of Baltimore promoted Shane Snyder to president from vice president of sales. Previously, Snyder was executive vice president of sales for Catalyst IT Services and sales director for Kronos.
Brown Advisory of Baltimore named Malcolm MacColl a partner in its Boston office.
McGladrey named Dan Whelan a partner in its Baltimore office.
OutsourceIT of La Plata named Scott Quintal COO. Previously, Quintal was a vice president of sales for Kaseya.
The Global Virus Network of Baltimore named Kathleen Kennedy Townsend chairwoman. Townsend is former lieutenant governor of Maryland.
First National Bank of Pennsylvania named J. MacGregor Tisdale market executive and president of its new Maryland region. Previously, Tisdale was city president and commercial banking manager with SunTrust Bank in Baltimore and also worked for First National Bank of Maryland.
The Maryland Zoological Society of Baltimore named Edwin R. Brake chairman of its board of trustees. Brake is managing director with Ellin & Tucker of Baltimore.
A. Bright Idea of Belair named Cobey Dietrich vice president of advertising and public relations; Melissa Mauldin director of advertising and public relations; David Wells multimedia manager and marketing specialist; Jill Dombroskie assistant director of graphic design; Eric Bach multimedia specialist and designer; Katie Mercado assistant director of advertising and public relations; and Lisa Morris junior marketing specialist.
Beth El Congregation of Baltimore in Pikesville named Andrew Katz of Owings Mills assistant administrator.
Mindgrub Technologies of Catonsville named Sa’ad Raouf vice president of engineering. Previously, Raouf was vice president of engineering at Benelogic.
Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler of Baltimore named Natasha S. Hamilton a senior associate in its banking and financial services group.
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions of Baltimore named Scott Schneider vice president of sales.
Smartronix of Hollywood named Steve Eastburg executive vice president, engineering solutions. Previously, Eastburg was vice commander of the Naval Air Systems Command in Patuxent River.
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland in Owings Mills named René Wilkens a director. Wilkens is a human resources business partner with Northrop Grumman in Linthicum.
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