The Baltimore Paint and Coatings Association elected Tom Lucas president.
The International Credit Association of Greater Washington elected Albert A. Hutchison president, Lee M. Hancock first vice president, Donald Curley second vice president, Donald C. Parkhurst third vice president, Donna Groat treasurer and John A. Georgilas treasurer.
The National Association of Broadcasters in Washington appointed Kenneth D. Almgren senior vice president and chief financial officer.
The Health Insurance Association of America appointed John P. Little senior vice president.
BANKS, FINANCIAL SERVICES Potomac Asset Management Inc. in Washington appointed Robert E. Long president and chief operating officer.
The Riggs National Bank of Washington, D.C., appointed Mitchell L. Strauss executive vice president and named Alan G. Spoon to its board of directors.
Frederick County National Bank in Frederick appointed A. Patrick Linton president and chief executive.
Bogart and Co. appointed Christina L. Greathouse top manager of the firm's Washington office.
COMMUNICATIONS U.S. Message Corp. in Baltimore appointed Scott Bryant vice president and general manager.
Shandwick North America appointed Michael Carberry executive vice president for the Washington region.
COMPUTER, HIGH TECHNOLOGY Legent Corp. in Vienna appointed Charles L. Riegel vice president of marketing.
Brandebury Aerostructures in Easton, Md., appointed Richard Bernstein president.
SFA Inc. in Landover appointed William C. Moyer president and chief executive.
Techplan Corp. in Arlington promoted Wilfred E. Langelier to executive vice president and chief operating officer, Melvin W. Barton to vice president and Gerald Hunt to vice president.
EDUCATION Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Va., appointed David S. Berreth director of Belmont, an estate and National Historic Landmark administered by the college.
Georgetown University appointed Fred Israel and Alan I. Kay to three-year terms on its Board of Regents.
LEGAL Bodzin & Hayes in Washington named Michael J. Golub a principal of the firm.
Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Washington named Henry W. Lavine senior managing partner and Joseph P. Markoski managing partner.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft in Washington named Raymond Banoun and Harold Damelin partners and Martha P. Rogers counsel.
The Virginia Bar Association elected Thomas C. Brown Jr., a McLean lawyer, president.
NONPROFIT ARCH Family Services Corp. in Washington appointed Jennifer Lepard executive director.
Fairfax Opportunities Unlimited Inc. in Springfield appointed William A. Mullen Jr. vice president of operations.
The Linda Pollin Foundation in Chevy Chase appointed Sharon L. Hildebrandt executive director.
The National Council of Senior Citizens in Washington appointed Daniel J. Schulder legislative director.
PUBLISHING The National Geographic Society in Washington appointed Joan McCraw vice president.
Defense & Diplomacy in McLean appointed William Littleton Chase editor-in-chief.
Insight magazine in Washington appointed Robert M. Petit account manager.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Nancy Low & Associates in Chevy Chase, Md. promoted Susan Abbott to vice president for program development.
CACI International Inc. in Fairfax appointed Paul Davies managing director of CACI Marketing Systems.
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