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C. Richard Miller Jr., president and CEO of Frederick County-based Woodsboro Bank, was named to serve a three-year term as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He will be on the audit, planning and operations committees.

Miller is a member of the Government Relations Council of the American Bankers Association and the Maryland Bankers Association.



Germantown-based Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union promoted Brittany Hilton to senior marketing associate. Since joining MAFCU in 2011, Hilton has developed a social media strategy and overseen the credit union’s Small Business University. She also is a board member of the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce.



The Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County named Michelle Day president of its board of directors. Day is the career and business development manager for Kaplan University’s Rockville Learning Center.



Gerald Shapiro, president of Shapiro & Duncan, was scheduled to receive the Small Business Leader of the Year award Thursday evening during the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce’s business awards dinner.



Hope Gleicher, director of Nonprofit Montgomery, won the Andrea Jolly President’s Award for outstanding service, presented during the Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County’s annual awards luncheon.

Corporate Network Services won an award recognizing small businesses and organizations. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association was the midsized business winner, while Adventist HealthCare won in the large business category.



Rockville-based Device Cloud Networks named wireless industry veteran Dave Williams as CEO. He formerly was an executive with Comcast, Cingular Wireless and Telefónica Europe.

Founder and former CEO Blake Swensrud will continue his role as executive chairman.