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Washington area appointments and hirings for the week of Dec. 13

Sunday, December 12, 2010; 3:57 PM

Companies

GRA of Silver Spring named Daliza Salas, former vice president for business improvement and support, president and chief executive.

Delta Solutions and Technologies of Reston named David P. Dougherty vice president for business development.

Juniper Networks of Herndon named Jim Bean director of government affairs and Sampak Garg director of legislative affairs.

CertiPath of Herndon named Tina Davis chief financial officer and Scott Meyer senior director of client services.

Graybar Electric of Lanham named Ron Drescher director of federal government sales.

Bully Pulpit Interactive of the District named Ben C. Clark head of client services and new business development; Mark Skidmore was named head of digital marketing operations.

Oracle of Reston named Ronald Marks senior director for the national security group.

David All Group of the District named Becky Boles vice president of accounts.

Catapult Technology of Bethesda named Stephanie Balint director of business development for the enterprise systems division.

STG of Reston named Patrick G. Attilio, former chief financial officer at Apptis, chief financial officer.

Alion Science and Technology of McLean named Stephen Miller vice president and manager of the management and decision support operation.

SRA International of Fairfax named Jeffrey Rydant senior vice president of the national security sector.

Associations/nonprofits

The Association for Community Affiliated Plans of the District named Mary Kennedy, former senior policy adviser at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, vice president of medicare.

Asian American LEAD of the District named Surjeet Ahluwalia director of operations.

Associated Builders and Contractors of the District named Jason R. Daisey, former president of finance, chief financial officer.

Doctors Community Hospital of Lanham named Paul R. Grenaldo, former executive vice president and chief operating officer of Providence Hospital, executive vice president and chief operating officer.

.ORG, the Public Interest Registry of Reston, named Don Blumenthal senior policy adviser.

The Food Marketing Institute of Arlington named Susan T. Borra, former executive vice president and managing director for nutrition, food and wellness at Edelman, senior vice president of communications.

The Wilderness Society of the District named Fred Silbernagel, former chief financial officer and treasurer at the Brookings Institution, senior vice president for finance and administration; Jane Taylor, former senior vice president and chief marketing officer for the Washington Wizards, was named vice president for communications and marketing.

The Private Equity Growth Capital Council of the District named Ken Spain, former communications director at the National Republican Congressional Committee, vice president of public affairs and communications.

Government

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority named Andrew Roundtree vice president for finance and chief financial officer.

Financial

Thompson, Greenspon & Co. of Fairfax named Jennifer K. Stilwell supervisor in the tax department, Audrey Gal tax staff, David Fuqua tax staff, Eric Panin staff auditor, and Robbie Jindal staff auditor.

Legal

Zwillinger Genetski of the District named Jennifer S. Granick, former civil liberties director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Internet litigator.

Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman of the District named Michael Steinig partner in global sourcing practice, Yann van Geertruyden partner in the real estate practice, and Emily Bell partner in the intellectual property practice for the Northern Virginia office.

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft of the District named Bradley J. Bondi, formerly with the Securities and Exchange Commission, partner.

WilmerHale of the District named Paul Architzel partner.

Anderson Kill & Olick of the District named Gina A. Hough, formerly with Dickstein Shapiro, partner in the intellectual property group.

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck of the District named Stephen A. Best shareholder and head of its white-collar criminal defense and investigations group; Juanita D. Duggan was named policy director in the government relations group.

DLA Piper of the District named James F. Miller, formerly with Winston & Strawn, partner in the federal affairs practice.

Holland & Knight of the District named Lauri Hettinger senior policy adviser in the public policy and regulation group.

Finnegan of the District named Adriana L. Burgy partner in the patent prosecution practice, Rajeev Gupta partner in its patent litigation practice; Joseph E. Palys was named partner in its patent litigation practice in Reston.

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