The National Electronic Manufacturers Association named Malcolm E. O'Hagan president for the coming year.
David J. Humphreys was named national chairman of the Travel Industry Association of America.
Leadership Washington appointed Donald Graham chairman, Myra Black Peabody president, Ronald C. Jessamy vice president and Julie L. Rogers secretary and treasurer.
Byrne J. O'Brien was named director of member services for the National Telephone Cooperative Association.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants appointed Stuart R. Lloyd to its defense contractors committee.
Roger A. Brooks was named assistant vice president at the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association for Japanese and Far Eastern issues.
BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES
Sovran Financial Corp. promoted Joseph E. Spruill III to assistant vice president for legal affairs in its Bethesda office.
The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. of Reston promoted Debra Rose-Johnson to vice president of compliance operations.
COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY
General Kinetics Inc. of Rockville promoted Richard Munczenski to director of programs for its electronic enclosure division.
For Your Information Inc. of Silver Spring hired Sean Frank as director of sales.
Joseph M. Laughry III was named senior vice president of sales and marketing at Raxco Software Inc. of Rockville.
Robert E. Rankin was named president of the systems engineering division of Computer Sciences Corp. of Falls Church.
Life Technologies Inc. of Gaithersburg hired Timothy E. Pierce as vice president and general manager of its Tokyo-based Asia-Pacific division.
Virginia L. Benson was named chief of housing services for Loudoun County.
Herma J. Hightower was appointed director for the Baltimore District of the Internal Revenue Service.
The General Services Administration named Carolyn Alston Harris coordinator of its Multiple Award Schedules Improvement Project.
Professional Risk Management Services named Martin Tracy senior vice president for special projects and Mitchell Lockamy vice president of its newly created insurance operations department.
William A. Nitze was named president of the Alliance to Save Energy.
The Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan Washington named Brenda J. Jiminez public relations director.
Robert P. Doubek was elected second vice president of the American Czechoslovak Society of Washington.
Charles G. Blake was appointed managing partner of the Washington offices of the Wharton Resource Group of Chicago.
Michael Carberry was named managing director of Shandwick North America. He will work out of the offices of Henry J. Kaufman & Associates Inc., a Shandwick-owned Washington consulting firm of which he is chairman and chief executive.
USTravel Systems Inc. appointed Dennis S. Lewis senior vice president for domestic operations.
Richard M. Hadsell was hired as director of government relations for Clark Tribble Harris & Li Architects of Washington.
Raven Services Corp. of Lorton appointed Robert C. Pittman vice president.
Nancy D. Hagman was named director of graphic design for Annapolis Associated Architects.
Dome Corp. of Baltimore promoted Karen Russell to director of marketing and public relations.
Robert J. Miller was named general manager of the Gaithersburg offices of the consulting firm Miller, Myslivec and Scott Ltd.
Lawrence D. Singer was hired as tax manager for the Bethesda accounting firm Frantz, Warrick, Strack & Associates.
Aili Jokela was hired as public relations manager for the Washington offices of DDB Needham Worldwide.
Alcalde & Rousselot, a Rosslyn consulting firm, hired Kevin J. Fay as a partner and changed its name to Alcalde, Rousselot & Fay.
The Washington law offices of Debevoise & Plimpton named Paul C. Palmer counsel to the firm.
Ellen Ehrlich was named vice president of new business development at Eisner and Associates of Baltimore.
Falls Church-based Management Consulting & Research Inc. elected Wm. Michael Bryan treasurer, and reelected Gerald R. McNichols president and chief executive, T. Bernard Fox senior vice president and Robert C. Owens vice president.
Daniel M. Litt was hired as a partner in the Washington law offices of Dickstein, Shapiro and Morin, to head up the firm's bankruptcy practice.
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