The Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association recently elected several new board members. Howard G. Figueroa, a vice president with International Business Machines Corp., was named chairman of the Washington-based organization. Albert E. Mullin Jr., a vice president of Digital Equipment Corp., was named vice chairman, and Donald E. Riley, a Xerox Corp. executive, will serve as chairman of CBEMA's plans and programs committee.

The Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington appointed Joan Hartman Moore to the newly created position of director of education.

The Washington-based National Association of Federal Credit Unions named Steven A. Skonberg director of legislative affairs and Lisa E. Lotter director of regulatory affairs.

Lucien Capone Jr. has been elected chairman of the Washington-based National Association for Uniformed Services.

Robert Horvitz has been named executive secretary of the Association of North American Radio Clubs.


Joseph R. Lagomarcino, Julie S. Miller and J. David Richardson have been promoted to group vice presidents in the corporate banking division of First American Bank of Washington.

First American Bank of Maryland has promoted Timothy M. Aldinger to vice president of corporate banking/Silver Spring. Also promoted were Robin R. Fenner, assistant vice president of marketing and public relations/retail banking; Helene A. Levin, credit administration officer in credit administration and corporate banking; and Sherri D. Long, assistant vice president of corporate services.


Gabriel A. Battista has been named senior vice president of Rockville-based National Telephone Services Inc. NTS provides operator services to establishments that generate operator-assisted long-distance telephone calls.

Tom Bradlee, publisher of the Cecil Whig, has been named president and chief executive officer of Chesapeake Publishing Corp. of Elkton. Bradlee succeeds Charles Lyons, who will become president of the Connection Newspapers in Alexandria. Charles Calka was named chairman of Chesapeake's board and president of its new printing division.


B.J. Longfellow has been named vice president for program development of Computer Sciences Corp. in Falls Church. He will coordinate CSC's initiatives in the nation's space program.

CACI International Inc., an Arlington-based international high-technology and professional services company, has named Ray Oleson operating division president of its system development and implementation division.

Jane Long has been named vice president of public affairs and communications of Technology Applications Inc., an Alexandria technical and professional services company.


Gary K. Madson has been named director of the Office of Congressional Relations and Governmental Affairs of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in Washington.

Raymond V. Haysbert Sr., president and chief executive officer of Parks Sausage Co., has been reappointed to a three-year term as a director of the Baltimore office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. James M. Culberson Jr., chairman and president of the First National Bank of Randolph County in Asheboro, N.C., has been reappointed to a three-year term as a director of the Charlotte office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.


James J. Piccoli has been named rooms division manager of the Washington Plaza Hotel.

William W. Fuchs Jr. has joined Champions, the Washington-based sports-bar and restaurant company, as executive vice president and chief operating officer.

The Sheraton Grand on Capitol Hill has named Jacqueline Eaton Bresnahan catering sales manager.

Vince J. Becht has joined Windows Catering Co. in Rosslyn as sales director.


McCormick & Co. Inc, the Baltimore-based seasonings, flavorings, specialty foods and real estate company, has promoted Daniel V. Ford to regional manager of special markets for the Eastern region in its McCormick/Schilling division. E. Michael Booker was named systems development manager for its food service division.

Richard Bair has joined Fairchild Communications & Electronics Co., a division of Fairchild Industries Inc. of Chantilly, as vice president of operations.

Lawrence J. Hayward has been named senior government affairs representative of Amoco Corp.'s public and government affairs office in Baltimore.


Anthony B. Brennan Jr. has joined the Earll Insurance Agency as manager of its life, health and disability insurance division.


The Washington Center, an independent educational organization that enables college and university students to earn college credit through internship and symposia programs, has named five new directors. They are Patricia Bailey, commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission; Joseph Duffey, chancellor of the University of Massachusetts; Rae Forker Evans, vice president of Hallmark Cards Inc.; Paul X. Kelley, former commandant of the Marine Corps; and Raymond Philip Shafer, senior counselor at Coopers & Lybrand.

The Center for Innovative Technology in Herndon has named Robert N. Beury Jr. general counsel and secretary. CIT was created by Virginia officials to focus the state's science and technology resources on economic development.

Peter Woolfolk has been appointed a member of the Prince George's County Financial Services Corp., an organization of business people that provides financing to small businesses through Small Business Administration loan programs.

The National Research Council in Washington has named Stephen A. Merrill director of government affairs and Audrey G. Ward associate director of government affairs.

Janet Capazo has been named deputy director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Washington, a nonprofit volunteer organization that attempts to grant the wishes of children suffering from life-threatening illnesses, recently elected new officers. Elected were C. Theodore White, president; Frank Kline, vice president; Carol J. Shoemaker, secretary; Brent A. Turner, treasurer; B.J. Bralower, vice president of wish granting; Richard B. Becker, vice president of fund raising; Betsy West, vice president of wish interview; and Frances A. Becker, vice president of media and public relations.


Donna F. Cantor, Carolyn M. Del Polito, Susan Kudla Finn, Timothy J. Gorman and Paul Jay have been named principals of Smith, Bucklin & Associates, a Washington association management firm.

Gina Moulthrop has been named executive assistant to the president at Laser Publishing & Design, a Columbia public relations agency.

AGS Management Systems Inc. of Falls Church named James C. Gilstrap director of its government operations divisions and Dennis M. Patrick associate director for national accounts.

Images & Design Ink Inc., a Reston advertising and publishing agency, has named David P. Nixon senior account executive and Paulette Drews-Gilmore art director.

Patricia A. McGinn has been named director of recruiting at Vienna-based Volt Temporary Services.

Robert E. Hurlbert has been named manager of business relations at The Stratos Group, an Annandale defense systems management consulting firm.

Jennell Evans has been named regional director of the Washington office of Stevens & Wilkinson Inc., an architectural, engineering and interior design firm.

Betty G. Land has been named manager of the Office Mates 5 division of Management Recruiters of Arlington, an executive search firm.

Joanne M. Lukens has been named public relations account executive at Williams Whittle Associates Inc., an Alexandria advertising and public relations firm.

Conrad Brewer and Keith Sinclair have joined Patton, Harris, Rust & Associates P.C., a Fairfax consulting engineering firm, as senior project managers. M. Waldo Blake has joined the firm as director of engineering.

Brewster B. Taylor has been named a partner in the Arlington law firm of Larson and Taylor.

Environmental Science and Engineering Inc., an environmental consulting firm, has named Jon D. Byroade regional office manager of its new Washington office.

Friedman, Fuller & Hudson Inc., an insurance and risk-management consulting firm, recently hired Robert F. Cahill as benefits director and Mary Jo Phillips as assistant to the marketing director.

The Martin Agency, a Richmond advertising and public relations firm, has named E. Jane Gilbert vice president and director of creative services; Carol A. Rough, traffic manager; and Suzanne L. Paul and Janie H. Parker, budget control managers.


Joan M. Seitz has been named planning analyst for Reston-based Mobil Land Development Corp. of Virginia.

NVRyan L.P., a McLean-based holding company that builds and sells houses, has named Art Titus president of Ryan Homes of Florida.

Sigal Construction Corp., a general contractor in Washington, has promoted J. William Goetz to vice president for preconstruction.

Centennial Development Corp. of Vienna announced that four people have recently joined the firm. They are Scott J. Backer, development manager; J. Titus Hicks, manager of tenant coordination; Ginger Gelb, executive assistant to the president; and Gail K. Harrison, asset manager.


Kathleen Callahan-Guion has been named division manager for 7-Eleven stores in Northern Virginia, Washington, Maryland and West Virginia.

Charles F. Wargo has been promoted to vice president and director of commercial operations of Shannon & Luchs' property management division. Susan Kleinman has joined the Washington firm as director of property management accounting.

George D. Keenan has been named general manager of G-4 Inc./The Berman Group, a Rosslyn office and contract furniture dealership.

Kenneth C. Simmons has been named executive vice president of operations for Peoples Drug Stores Corp.

Erol's Inc. has named John L. Clouse vice president of data processing.

Hechinger Co. has named Gary Morgenstern manager of its Langley Park store. Barry Stanfield, previously manager of the Langley Park store, has been transferred to the Sterling store as manager.

Bethesda Computers has added Georgs Golubovskis to its outside sales staff to promote the Apple Macintosh computer line.

Sears, Roebuck & Co. has named Stanton P. Sender director of legislative affairs in its corporate governmental affairs office in Washington. Sender will be responsible for all corporate, Sears Merchandise Group and Coldwell Banker federal legislative and regulatory matters.

Jeffrey D. Mollerick has been named chief financial officer of The Kronheim Co. Inc., a Baltimore-based importer and distributor of wine and spirits.

Send information about appointments, promotions and other personnel moves to M.B. Christie, researcher, Business News Department, The Washington Post, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. All material must be submitted in writing by the Monday preceding publication.