Emerson M. Goodwin has been named corporate communication specialist for the National 4-H Council at the National 4-H Center in Chevy Chase. Prior to accepting this position, Goodwin was director of marketing and public relations for Lutheran Hospital of Maryland Inc., in Baltimore.
Goodwin will be responsible for developing a 4-H alumni recognition program, assisting with development of publications and will serve as editor of Quarterly, the council's newsletter.
While working at Lutheran Hospital, Goodwin coordinated the hospital's first multimedia advertising campaign, improved employe recognition programs and developed an employe gift program. Goodwin and his wife Elana Goodwin, live in Columbia. Nursing School Dean Appointed
Lois M. Hoskins, associate professor and assistant dean for nursing graduate studies at Catholic University in Northeast Washington, has been named dean of the university's School of Nursing.
Hoskins joined the university in 1971 as assistant professor in the nursing school's undergraduate program. In 1979 she became an assistant professor in the graduate program and 1982 was named associate professor and assistant dean for nursing graduate studies.
She resides in Silver Spring with her husband Paul Hoskins. Cable TV Official Named
Brigette Allen has been named the community relations coordinator for Montgomery Community Television (MCT), an independent nonprofit company that operates CABLE 22, the community channel, and provides technical support to Cable Channel 30, the Montgomery County government channel.
In her new position, Allen will work with Montgomery County groups to produce their own programs for CABLE 22.
Allen came to MCT from the American Red Cross and earlier was an assistant public relations and promotions intern with the Leukemia Society of Maryland.
She resides in Columbia. --
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