First Women's Bank of Maryland which is scheduled to open later this year in Rockville, has named Eve R. Grover as its first president and chief executive officer.

Grover is a former vice president of State National Bank of Maryland and the organizer of its Women's Headquarters.

"More and more women are working or going into business, and accepting new financial responsibilities," Grover said, "To better serve them, we will be tailoring our services to encourage commercial growth while attending to counseling in areas of personal financial management."

Grover has more than 28 years of bank experience and has held management positions with the Union Trust Co. of Maryland and the Public National Bank (now the Bank of Columbia).

Samuel L. Foggie, president and chief executive officer of United National Bank of Washington, D.C., has been elected to the board of directors of Companion Life Insurance Co. of New York.

Foggie started his banking career with Industrial Bank of Washington, D.C. and joined United National in 1964 when it was organized. United National has since established itself as one of the most successful minority-controlled banks in the country with four branch offices in Washington and over $27.5 million in deposits.

Foggie is a member of the executive committee of the bank investment division of the American Bankers Association. He is also on the faculty of the Howard University School of Business Administration.

Several new promotions were recently announced at Permanent Federal Savings and Loan Association.

Teresa M. Mongello, manager of the association's Langley Park branch, was made a vice president and Susan A. Hudson was promoted from personnel director to assistant vice president and assistant secretary.

Named assistant vice presidents were Catherine S. Alligood, Martha V. Houck, Joseph P. Bourke III, Robert W. Brownley, William R. Burks, Raynard Johnson, Wayne E. Hammond Sharon A. Stone, James T. Martin and Nancy L. Hite.

As part of its expansion drive, Security National Bank has added four new officers to its staff.

John N. Littlewood has been named a senior vice president in the commercial loan department at Security's main office. Littlewood was senior vice president at Madison National Bank before joining Security.

James Nader, formerly a vice president at McLachlen National Bank, has been appointed vice president and manager of Security's eastern office.

Edward W. George has been named of the bank's new Capitol Hill office.

James A. Smart, Jr., formerly with Crocker National Bank, has been named assistant vice president and manager of Security's H. St. branch.

Dr. Nancy Barrett, professor of economics at the American University, was recently apoint to the Census Advisory Committee of the American Economic Association. The committee advises the Census Bureau on technical matters, accuracy levels, and conceptual problems concerning its economic data and censuses.

Woodward and Lothrop has appointed Barry Erdos corporate vice president, controller. Erdos has served as a divisional vice president and controller at Woodies since last May. He came to Woodies from the Joseph Horne Co. in Pittsburgh where he was controller.

The National Bank of Fairfax has announced the following promotions: Carlos E. France, senior vice president, retail banking division; Dorrance W. Lamb, senior vice president, corporate operations and finance division; Walter E. Monroe, senior vice president, credit division; Jane May, vice president, administrative services division and James L. Nance, vice president, trust and investment division.