Washington area appointments and promotions for the week of Jan. 23
ASM Research of Fairfax appointed John Fraser president and chief operating officer.
Citizant of the District appointed Dean Daghita vice president of operations
Colfax of Fulton appointed Kenneth D. Konopa vice president of marketing for its ESAB welding and cutting subsidiary and Vincent Northfield vice president of global manufacturing for ESAB.
CSC of Falls Church appointed Peter Minan vice president of internal audit.
Current Analysis of Sterling appointed Lynnette Luna senior analyst.
Deloitte of the District appointed retired Gen. James Jones, former National Security Advisor and Marine Corps commandant, senior advisor.
Discovery Communications of Silver Spring appointed David Leavy chief communications officer, Bruce Campbell chief development officer and general counsel, JB Perrette chief digital officer and Luis Silberwasser executive vice president and chief content officer for Discovery Networks International.
Enlightened of the District appointed Shaun Edens director of client services.
Ernst & Young of the District appointed Mark Weinberger, former assistant Treasury secretary, chairman and chief executive.
Guident of Herndon appointed Jeffrey Jones director of opportunity management.
Enterprise Information Management of Arlington appointed Marty Herbert senior vice president of health-care solutions.
FP1 Strategies of the District appointed Richard Cullen, former press secretary for U.S. Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.), vice president.
HMSHost of Bethesda appointed Tom Fricke president and chief executive.
IMPAQ International of the District appointed Dr. Cary Sennett president.
Learning Tree International of Reston appointed David C. Collins chief executive.
ManTech International of Fairfax appointed Daniel J. Keefe executive vice president and general manager of the company’s technical services group.
Morgan Franklin of McLean appointed Gene Riechers to the corporate advisory board.
NJVC of Vienna appointed Jay Emerson director of data center services, Charles Baker director of capture and Van Henderson director of business development.
Northrop Grumman of McLean appointed Pat Camacho vice president of integrated command, control communications and intelligence systems for the defense systems division in the company’s information systems sector.
QinetiQ North America of McLean appointed Jerry Hogge senior vice president of business development.
SRA International of Fairfax appointed John Reing senior vice president of human resources.
Three Pillar Global of Fairfax appointed Ken Quaglio chief operating officer and Dianne Black senior vice president of client services.
Valuation Services of Rockville appointed Ayhan Nazli, Charles Land and Mustafa Popal senior associates.
American Cleaning Institute of the District appointed Douglas Troutman vice president and counsel of government affairs.
Associated Builders and Contractors of Metro Washington in Calverton appointed Juanita Ferguson chair of its legislative committee.
Federation of American Hospitals of the District appointed Samantha Burch vice president of quality and health information technology.
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations of the District appointed Heather Peeler vice president of programs.
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine of Bethesda appointed Debbie-Jo Zarnick vice president of human relations.
Oatlands Historic House and Gardens of Leesburg appointed Michael J. O’Connor chairman.
Student Support Center of the District appointed Stuart J. Land chairperson, Lawrence Dilworth vice chairperson and Edward O’Brien, Zoe Bush, Regina Schofield, Alphonso Coles and Joelle Carter board members.
Georgetown University Law Center of the District appointed Gregory Klass associate dean for research and academic programs.
The Children’s Guild in Chillum appointed Brenda Beard administrative head.
The University of the District of Columbia appointed Richard Bebee head of the School of Business and Public Administration.
Urban Land Institute of the District appointed John Slidell chair and Alia D. Anderson director of community outreach.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies of the District appointed Josh Hendler global chief technology officer.
Walker & Dunlop of Bethesda appointed David J. Redmond, former managing director of Penrose Financial Services, senior vice president in its capital markets group and Keith L. Melton vice president.
Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg of the District appointed David H. Hollander Jr. partner and Deborah S. Strauss counsel.
Davis Polk & Wardwell of the District appointed John B. Reynolds partner.
Duane Morris of the District appointed Barry Golob head of recruiting for the intellectual property practice; Patrick D. McPherson co-head of the patent prosecution division of the intellectual property practice; and Kerry B. McTigue co-head of the Abbreviated New Drug Application and generic pharmaceuticals practice.
Fulbright & Jaworski of the District appointed Sarah Devine and Michael Loesch partners.
McDermott Will & Emery of the District appointed Warren Rosborough partner in its global antitrust and compliance practice group.
MoloLamken of the District appointed Justin V. Shur and Ben Quarmby partner.
Nixon Peabody of the District appointed Joel Swearingen associate in the public finance practice group.
Pierce Atwood of the District appointed Randall Rich leader of the energy practice group.
Venable of the District appointed Suzanne Fay Garwood, Steven J. Schwarz, Aaron J. Wallisch, Winifred M. Weitsen partners.
Weil, Gotshal and Manges of the District appointed Daniel Antalics, Megan Peloquin, Jill Corrigan and Megan Wantland associates.
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