The Metropolitan Area Credit Union Management Association has elected Jim Marshall president.
Ray F. Smith Jr. was named president of the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association.
The Maryland Association of Chambers of Commerce Executives elected G. Mitchell Julian president.
Sheldon E. Sacks was elected president of the Suburban Maryland Society of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners.
The District of Columbia Hospital Association elected Thomas Chapman chairman.
The American Gas Association named Mark Wilson manager of gas cooling and cogeneration in its marketing services group.
BANKING, FINANCIAL SERVICES
Columbia First Federal Savings and Loan Association appointed Joseph S. Stevenson assistant vice president.
BarclaysAmerican/Financial branch in Vienna named David G. Bates manager.
First American Bank of Washington elected Ann DeLong vice president and operations manager of the asset management division, and Patricia A. Long assistant vice president and assistant branch manager of the retail banking division.
The National Bank of Washington appointed Kwasi Holman vice president and manager of its new small business banking department.
CRR Publishing Co. of Alexandria elected Joan M. Trentham executive vice president and Vicki Graves treasurer.
The International Telecommunications Satellite Organization, based in Washington, appointed Robert W. Kinzie director of strategic planning.
COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY
ATLIS Systems Inc. of Rockville appointed Keith A. Cunningham II president and chief operating officer and Gordon E. Hamlet vice president, treasurer and chief financial officer. Several subsidiaries of the company also named new executives: ATLIS Publishing Services Inc. named George U. Kendrick president and chief executive officer; ATLIS Federal Services Inc. named Ronald L. Messenheimer president and chief executive officer; ATLIS Legal Information Services Inc. named Vera M. Thorpe president and chief executive officer, Samuel Richard Branan Jr. vice president of sales, and John Bradshaw senior vice president of marketing and sales.
Bob Reed has been named account manager of Sungard's recovery services office in Reston.
Prince George's County Financial Services Corp. named Alvin A. Turner president and Roy I. Dabney secretary/treasurer.
Stanley J. Bittner has been named data processing director for the city of Alexandria.
The Virginia Port Authority's inland port in Front Royal named Paul Burkholder manager.
The Virginia Department of Economic Development named Richard A. Dickerson to the newly created position of legislative affairs specialist.
Dominion Hospital appointed Lon Hodowal director of marketing.
Thomas J. Schaefer has been elected to the board of trustees and executive committee of Sibley Memorial Hospital.
HOTEL, FOOD SERVICES
The Hyatt Regency Bethesda hotel appointed Richard A. Masucci general manager.
Denise Lodrige has been named director of sales at The Greenbelt Hilton and Towers.
Ethyl Corp. of Richmond elected Emmett J. Rice to its board.
USLICO Corp. of Arlington named James M. Schultz president of its flagship company, United Services Life Insurance Co.; Mary K. Benedi senior vice president of Bankers Security Life Insurance Society, one of its five life companies; and Thomas Y. Moon president of Bankers Security Life Insurance Society, another of USLICO's life companies.
Morgan & Cheves Inc. of Alexandria named Ron L. Beasley vice president of claims and engineering services.
Victor O. Schinnerer & Co. Inc. of Washington appointed Milton F. Lunch an architect and engineer liability consultant.
William J. Holleran joined Goodwill Industries of America as director of communications. Goodwill's national office is in Bethesda.
Shannon Brinkley joined the Wolf Trap Foundation as director of media relations.
The Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Institute of Washington elected the following eight members to serve two-year terms: John R. Albright, Anthony S. Cooper, Sister Alverna Hollis, William G. Pfaff, Anthony K. Shriver, Mary C. Solko, Theresa P. Wilson, and The Rev. Donald P. Worch. The Kennedy Institute is a nonprofit organization that provides medical and educational services to more than 700 disabled children and adults in Washington and Maryland.
The National Geographic Society appointed Barbara S. Moffet manager for print media relations and Mary Jeanne Jacobsen manager of broadcast media relations.
William H. Gordon Associates Inc., a civil engineering and land surveying firm based in Reston, promoted Gerald A. Hish Sr. to vice president.
The law firm of Ross, Dixon & Masback named Richard A. Simpson, Lee Levine, Sean M. Hanifin, and Peter G. Thompson members of the firm; Elizabeth Sarah Gere a counsel; and Rebecca L. Ross, Sandra Lord, Robert A. Kosik, Pamela B. Stuart and Lona L. Triplett associates of the firm.
John Richmond has been named vice president of the McLean office of The Buckley Group, an executive search firm.
DelWilber & Associates of McLean appointed Steve Wilson and Jamie Mincer project directors.
Robert Young Associates Inc., an Alexandria-based retail design firm, appointed Matthew W. Mosby principal of the firm and Robert A. Runyon director of food facilities planning.
Parking Market Research Co. of Alexandria named Jean V. Hinojosa director of subscriber services.
Lee White has been named vice president of media at Ehrlich Manes Associates of Washington, based in Bethesda.
Financial Communications Inc., a Washington-based corporate communications firm, named Tom Molinaro vice president; Jim Dentzer vice president in charge of administration; Cristina Schwartz graphic designer; and Michael Gatti account executive.
The advertising and public relations firm of Siddall, Matus & Coughter promoted John W. Martin to account supervisor.
Jonathan Lindley joined the Washington office of Ferguson & Co., a consulting firm.
REAL ESTATE, CONSTRUCTION
Charles F. Howard has been appointed senior vice president of Henry A. Long Co. of Fairfax.
Glen Construction Co. appointed Michael F. Engestrom marketing manager and Tanya C. Dovel business development manager.
Boston Properties appointed Anne B. DuMont assistant marketing manager in its Washington office.
The Kaempfer Co. of Washington appointed Arnold K. Litman leasing manager for the Investment Building at 1511 K. St. NW.
RETAIL, WHOLESALE TRADE
Hess Shoes of Baltimore elected Morton H. Meyer president and chief operating officer.
Heilig-Meyers Co., a Richmond-based home furnishings chain, elected Troy A. Peery Jr. president and chief operating officer.
Delta Air Lines promoted D. Scott Yohe to director of government affairs in Washington.
Virginia Power appointed Anna Ruth Inskeep to its board; James I. Rhodes senior vice president of finance; and Ronald H. Leasburg senior vice president of engineering, construction and power operations.
Send information about appointments, promotions and other personnel moves to Pam Babcock, 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 in order to be considered for use in Washington Business.