ASSOCIATIONS Judith Young was appointed executive director for the Reston-based National Association for Sport and Physical Education.

The American Hospital Association named Edward A. Eckenhoff, chief executive of the Nation Rehabilitation Hospital, to its board of trustees.

Susan Dodd Whelan was elected president of the newly formed International Association for Seminar Management.

The Mortgage Bankers Association of America promoted Michael S. Taliefero to staff vice president of its residential finance and government agency relations department.

Thomas W. Hall Jr. was elected president of the Northern Virginia Clearinghouse Association.

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging elected Sue Ward president.

Brian T. Petty was named senior vice president for government affairs at the International Association of Drilling Contractors.

George P. Millburn was named executive vice president of the Aerospace Industries Association.

BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES Falls Church-based First Virginia Banks Inc. promoted Richard G. Frank to vice president and manager of the bank's Fredericksburg commercial division.

Citibank Corp. promoted Marie Mancuso to vice president for marketing in its Washington offices.

James Madison Ltd. of Washington named Michael J. Powers senior vice president and chief credit administrator.

First National Bank of Maryland appointed David K. Tuttle Jr. senior vice president of its asset management group.

Courtyard Title & Escrow of Gaithersburg named Christopher F. Naughten vice president and Kirk A. Hornbeck vice president and counsel.

COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY H.P. Scott was named president of Washington-based Western Union ATS Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of MCI Communications Corp.

Commtex Inc. of Crofton promoted Richard E. Bowers to vice president of sales.

Tech 2000 of Washington appointed Deborah Bennet executive director.

Bob Nelson was promoted to vice president of account development at TCOM Systems Inc. of Washington.

CSG Holdings Inc. of Rockville appointed Paul R. Proteau president of Capital Technology Information Services Inc. and Christopher T. Stathes president of Capital Systems Group Inc.

Bob Nicoli was named executive director of Cable Television Associates of Reston.

Atlantic Research Corp. promoted John C. Innocenti to vice president of operations for its Tempest division.

EDUCATION Brian Hunt was named chairman of the aerospace engineering department in the College of Engineering at the University of Maryland at College Park.

Carol Q. O'Neil was appointed assistant dean at the Georgetown University Law Center.

The De Sales School of Theology appointed Sister Rita Buddeke academic dean of students.

GOVERNMENT Arlington County named Valerie A. Lemmie director of its new department of environmental services.

NONPROFIT The Alexandria-based American Prosecutors Research Institute appointed Donald J. Rebovich director of research and named Richard M. Wintory director of its affiliate, the National Drug Prosecution Center.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Pinnacle Financial Management of Washington named Sandra K. Haidinger vice president of its individual and corporate consulting division.

Felipe M. Floresca was appointed vice president of Kostmayer Communications Inc. of Washington.

Securities Risk Management Ltd. of Alexandria named Malcolm Northam president.

Thomas P. Loughlin was elected a partner in the Washington office of KPMG Peat Marwick, an international accounting and consulting firm.

Conservation International of Washington named James Nations vice president for Latin American affairs.

John P. McLaughlin was promoted to executive vice president of Gray, Kirk and Evans, a Baltimore advertising and public relations firm.

RETAIL, WHOLESALE TRADE Frank Guzzetta was promoted to senior vice president and general merchandising manager of cosmetics, fashion accessories, jewelry and shoes for the Hecht Co. in Arlington.Send information about appointments, promotions and other personnel moves to Newsmakers, 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.