Treev Inc. of Herndon appointed Thomas A. Wilson chief executive.
The Westin Fairfax Hotel in Washington appointed Laura Schofield hotel manager.
Blackboard Inc. in Washington named Alan R. Stewart chief financial officer.
RJ Consulting Group Inc. in Severna Park elected Joao M. Moreira president.
The Engineering Groupe Inc. of Woodbridge named Ned A. Marshall director of surveying.
Linton, Shafer & Co. in Frederick named the following senior accountants: Rebecca Moore, Linda R. Chrisler and Wendy L. Jones.
SLM Holding Corp. of Reston named James M. MacDonald senior vice president and chief information officer.
Mail Bag Inc. of Upper Marlboro named Karen Gotay vice president, director of client service.
PSINet Inc. of Herndon appointed Philippe Kuperman president of PSINet Latin America and senior vice president of PSINet Inc.
Susan Petroff joined Phoebus Communications Inc. in Fort Washington to head its Reading Is Fundamental Telecommunications Partnership.
Mark Stratton joined LTI DataCom of Reston as vice president of sales.
Tom Muich was named executive vice president and general manager of Imacom Inc. in Dulles.
Capstone Communications of McLean appointed Sandra A. Ayoub media coordinator.
DataSource Inc. in Silver Spring named John Paul Kennedy human resources manager.
Aurora Enterprise Solutions of Reston named Terri Hall vice president of business development for government programs and services.
Jackie Richmond was promoted to senior vice president in the health care practice at Porter Novelli in Washington.
Melanie Clay was named director of cable products and services for Millennium Networks in Linthicum.
The Electric Power Supply Association in Washington named Mark Bennett senior manager of policy.
Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area in Washington made the following appointments to its board of directors: Arlene Ackerman, Nancy Daniel, Thomas Fink, Adam Kidan and Alan Swendiman.
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association in Washington named Frank H. Esposito director of environmental affairs.
Rural Challenge in Washington named Rachel B. Tompkins president.
The Association of Public Health Laboratories in Washington appointed the following to its board of directors: James Pearson, president; Ronald Cada, president-elect; Lou F. Turner, secretary-treasurer; Barbara Erickson, Mary Gilchrist and David Mills, members-at-large.
The American Society of Association Executives in Washington promoted Deborah Smith-Cohen to director of the association's Web site.
The National Wildlife Federation in Vienna appointed Dan Chu affiliate relations director.
L. Jo Parish was named director of development for the Society for Women's Health Research in Washington.
The Capital Children's Museum named David Wickenden and Sally Roemer to its board of directors.
The National Association of Surety Bond Producers in Washington elected the following officers: Donald B. Martin, president; James C. Pateidl, first vice president; David H. Skillings, second vice president; and Brian R. Driscoll, third vice president.
The Chesapeake chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers in Severn elected the following officers: Edward M. Fraczkowski, president; Deidre Willard, vice president; Eric G. Kearns, secretary; and Vincent T. Fitzpatrick, treasurer.
Diane Myers was appointed director of development, School of Medicine, at Georgetown University in Washington.
Walter J. Hall was appointed to the board of trustees of Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold.
Mynora J. Bryant was named coordinator of counseling at Northern Virginia Community College's Annandale campus.
Rudy Miller was named vice president of marketing and community relations for LifeBridge Health in Baltimore.
Rebecca J. Hast was appointed vice president of client and provider services at Dental Health Benefit Providers Inc. in Bethesda.
Family Respite Center Inc. of Falls Church named Maureen Sullivan associate director of business and development.
Potomac Valley Bank in Gaithersburg made the following appointments: Jack D. Green, senior vice president and business development officer; Martin Madera, vice president, commercial loan officer; Peter LaGow, assistant vice president, Bethesda office manager; and Mercedes Turner, assistant manager, Gaithersburg.
Cardinal Bank of Reston named Robert L. Offutt senior vice president.
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