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Monday, November 2, 2009

Companies

The Washington Group of MassMutual of Bethesda named Adolph W. Ebersberger Jr. to its financial services agency.

Fortress Technologies of Lansdowne named Doug Krueger, former vice president of North American government operations for Tumbleweed Communications, vice president of sales.

Qinetiq North America of Fairfax named David F. Toomey III senior vice president for cyber operations in its mission solutions group.

Associations/Nonprofits

Street Law of Silver Spring named Lee Arbetman, former director of U.S. programs, executive director.

The People for the American Way Foundation of the District named Rebecca Thompson, former program manager of the District of Columbia Youth Advisory Council, director of the organization's Young People For (YP4) program.

The American Library Association of the District named Jeff Kratz, a former staff member for the House Appropriations subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and related agencies, assistant director for the office for government relations.

Financial

Ellin & Tucker of the District named Molly Ostenberg senior associate in its forensic and valuation services group.

Legal

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck of the District named Carrie E. Johnson, former law clerk for the Federal Communications Commission in the office of commissioner Deborah Taylor Tate, associate; Edward Ambrose, former associate director of government affairs for the National Association of Federal Credit Unions, policy adviser.

Hausfeld LLP of the District named Ralph Bunche, Jeannine Kenney and Sathya Gosselin associates in its antitrust practice group.

Real Estate

Evers and Co. of the District named Bonnie Roberts-Burke, David Burke, Erin McCleary and Melanie Friedson to its team.

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