Monday, November 23, 2009


Audio Video Systems of Chantilly named Michele Ferreira vice president of sales and marketing, and Barry Goldin vice president of operations.

Cleared Solutions of Leesburg named Alon P. Jaffe chief operating officer.

American Systems of Chantilly named Charles Foote, former executive vice president of technical services for Infoscitex, vice president and strategic business area leader of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Rural Technologies Strategies of the District named Tony Ramos president.

IJet Intelligent Risk Systems of Annapolis named Mark Donohue vice president of professional services.


The National Association for College Admission Counseling of Arlington named Frank Doyle, former deputy executive director of the National Communication Association, director of membership and affiliate relations.

American Near East Refugee Aid of the District named Courtney Spellacy director of institutional giving.

Gray Panthers of Metropolitan Washington of the District named Ann C. Wilcox executive director.

Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation of Rockville named K. VijayRaghavan to its board of directors.


Scott Circle Communications of the District named Abbey Franke account executive.


Argy, Wiltse & Robinson of McLean named Paul Bailey business consulting partner.


Mayer Brown of the District named Fred W. Reinke, formerly with Dewey & LeBoeuf, partner in its litigation practice.

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