Morris Miller, recently Canadian executive director at the World Bank and, from 1979 to 1982, deputy secretary general of the United Nations, has joined Developing Systems Ltd., an economic consulting firm in Washington.

Geier Brown Renfrow Architects has expanded its practice to 22 people. Recent additions include Peter Wollenberg, a historical architect formerly with Colonial Williamsburg, who was named a conservator in the historic preservation area; James P. Finch, formerly with Michael & Michael of Alexandria, who will be a senior project manager, and Siegfried W. Ising, previously with John Milner Associates of Philadelphia, who was appointed a senior designer.

Moving Images, a film and video production company based in Rosslyn, has named Linda Anguiano production manager. Anguiano was script supervisor for The Imagemaker, a political thriller filmed recently in Washington. Currently, she is director of minority outreach for Women in Film and Video.

AEPA Architects Engineers in Washington has named Warren R. Clardy, formerly with Marriott Corp., as a senior architect and manager of its project for the Environmental Protection Agency.

John W. Locke, a former executive director of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, has joined Organization Resources Counselors Inc., a human resource consulting firm, in its safety and health area. Most recently, Locke was a manager of the National Bureau of Standards' office of product standards.

Leon A. Farley Associates, an executive search firm, has appointed Zbigniew T. Rurak vice president. He was formerly director of product management for Comsat Telesystems Inc.

Clyde H. Blanton Jr., formerly with Kol Bio-Medical Instruments Inc., has been named a partner and director of the medical laser division at Schuelke & Associates Bio-Medical Instrumentation Inc.

Alice Jacobs, president of Career Resources, a career consulting and management training firm in McLean, has been named a member of the Catalyst National Network of career resource centers.