Bruce H. Schafer has joined the Washington, D.C. office of TAG Architects, an architectural, engineering and interior planning firm with headquarters in Charleston, W. Va.
Richard B. Bland, a partner in the law firm of Lancaster, Bland, Eisele & Herrings, has been elected president of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys Inc.
J. Matthew Neitzey has been nominated to serve a two-year term as president of the Maryland Travel Council, a private organization representing hotels, restaurants and travel professionals. Neitzey has served as executive director of the Prince George's Travel Promotion Council since January, 1980.
Robert F. Flinn, Michael J. Zimmer and Christopher L. Rissetto have become partners in the law firm Wickwire, Gavin & Gibbs.
The Northern Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects recently elected its 1982 officers. Lawrence D.P. Cook has become president; Eason Cross Jr. is president-elect; William A. Klene is secretary, and Thomas L. Kerns, treasurer.
Lawrence J. Hoffman has become managing director of the new local offices of Orleans, Soiref, Kane & Coon, an accounting firm.
David Richardson has joined the local offices of Watson, Rice & Co., an accounting firm.
Temporary Options Inc. has announced that Joan Roberts-Coleman has become manager of its word processing training and financial systems division and Joseph Nebesky has been named manager of its graphic arts division.
Thomas L. Foley has been named business counselor of the year by General Business Services Inc., a national small-business counseling firm.
John F. Wing has been named managing officer of the Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. transportation consulting division. Wing has worked in the division's Bethesda office since 1976. He has also held the positions of research director, vice president and senior vice president for the applied research division of the firm.
Denise L. Sheehan has joined the staff of Poretz & Jaffe Inc., a local public relations firm. Sheehan was formerly with Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Gail Garfield Schwartz is president of Garfield-Schwartz Associates Inc., a new economic development consulting firm located in Washington.