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Monday, April 18, 2005; Page E08


MWW Group of East Rutherford, N.J., named Christopher Bowlin senior vice president, Washington office.

JTG of Alexandria named Haresh B. Balani director of operations.

Curam Software of McLean named Stephen Frank vice president of North America sales and Kimberley Williams vice president of global marketing.

84 Lumber of Annapolis named Aaron Jones manager trainee.

MultiState Associates of Alexandria named Jeff Hartgen vice president.

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide of Washington named Randy DeCleene and Elizabeth Straub account directors.

Protiviti of Vienna named Pamela Verick Stone director, business risk consulting practice.

Severn of Laurel named Bill Beeson vice president of federal sector sales.


HubZone Contractors National Council of Washington named Cordell Smith executive director.

The Association of Community Cancer Centers of Rockville named Christian G. Downs executive director.

The National Beer Wholesalers Association of Alexandria named Erin Rutherford communications manager.

Fairfax County Convention & Visitors Corp. of Fairfax named Jackie Franchi marketing director.

LMI of McLean named Len Bosma program manager, logistics analysis group.

Real Estate

IDI Group of Arlington named Carlos Cecchi, Enrico Cecchi, Patrick J. Rhodes Jr., Bruce Rieder and Jolene Zangardi vice presidents.


ENC Marketing & Communications of McLean

named Stephen McCarney

senior marketing manager.


MCT Federal Credit Union of Rockville named Linda Ramsey president and chief executive.


Greenblum & Bernstein of Reston named Andrew M. Calderon counsel and James M. McAleenan associate.

Arent Fox of Washington named Michelle E. Williams partner, corporate and real estate


White & Case of Washington named G. William Currier

partner and Maria N. Lerner associate.

Buckley Kolar of Washington named Gerald P. Hurst and Richard S. DiSalvo counsel.

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