Washington area appointments and promotions for the week of Aug. 27
ASI Government of Arlington appointed Balaji Ramanujam chief information officer.
Berger Group Holdings of the District appointed Thomas Nicastro senior vice president and chief compliance and ethics officer.
Cabezon Group of Ellicott City appointed Marc Zigo vice president of strategic development.
The CST Group of Reston appointed Jill Linden manager.
DocPoint Solutions of Fulton appointed Michael Raitgan vice president of sales.
Fortress International Group of Columbia appointed Daniel Phelps to its board of directors.
GMV USA of Rockville appointed Julia MacDonough director of business development for defense and intelligence.
Hanley Wood of the District appointed Andrew Reid president of digital and head of strategic development and Christopher Veator president of market intelligence.
Harris Corp. of the District appointed Peter Chiarelli to its board of directors.
InfoPro of McLean appointed Jo-Anne Quinn senior director of strategic programs and business development.
LCC International of Vienna appointed Doreen Trant senior vice president.
Leo A Daly of the District appointed Carl F.X. Gentilcore market sector leader for federal programs.
Merchant Link of Silver Spring appointed Ben Jared director of business development.
Metropolitan Group of the District appointed Nancy Murphy executive vice president.
Ruppert Maryland Landscape Construction Branch of Laytonsville appointed Mike Hanssen estimator.
RxTrials of Ellicott City appointed Adam Chasse chief operating officer.
Schafer Corp. of the District appointed Michael Griffin chairman and chief executive officer.
SkyBuilt of Arlington appointed Kenneth Schweers president and chief executive officer.
Sustainable Forestry Initiative of the District appointed Eli Weissman senior director.
Valuation Services of Rockville appointed John Hanna business valuation analyst.
Byte Back of the District appointed Mario Burney, Keith Clark, Charles Colbert, Jewel Scott and Ron Hulen to the board of directors.
Children’s Law Center of the District appointed Justin Gray president of its board of directors.
Consumer Electronics Association of Arlington appointed Glenda MacMullin chief operating officer.
National Newspaper Publishers Association of the District appointed Bill Tompkins president and chief executive.
Seabury Resources for Aging of the District appointed Sterling Ashby and John Hatch III to its board of directors.
TechAmerica of the District appointed Trey Hopkins senior vice president.
The Institute for Women’s Policy Research of the District appointed Holly Fechner, Kai-yan Lee, Esmeralda Lyn and Sylphiel Yip to its board of directors.
The College of Southern Maryland of Waldorf appointed Rick Godbolt director of the Center for Trades and Energy Training.
Arbitron of Columbia appointed Debra Delman chief financial officer.
Cushman & Wakefield of the District appointed Gideon Gil managing director.
LCOR of Bethesda appointed Harmar Thompson senior vice president of development.
Cardinal Bank of Tysons Corner appointed Alexandra Bettius and Jason McDonough assistant vice presidents.
EagleBank of Bethesda appointed Shapur Basher senior mortage banker.
A.T. Kearney of Arlington appointed Doug Lane partner.
Alston & Bird of the District appointed Laura Pruitt partner.
The American Bar Association appointed Theodore Voorhees chair of its antitrust law section. He remains a partner at Covington & Burling in the District.
Dewberry of Fairfax appointed Catherine Bohn and J. Shane Engel senior associates and named Peter Drenan and Mark Montgomery vice presidents.
Goodwin Procter of the District appointed Kecia Reynolds to its IP litigation practice.
Jackson Lewis of the District appointed Michael Taylor partner.
Lerch, Early & Brewer of Bethesda appointed Christopher Roberts associate.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips of the District appointed Dennis Cardoza managing director.
Murphy & McGonigle of the District appointed Robertson Park partner.
Stradley Ronon of the District appointed Frank Bacelli counsel.
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