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Washington-area appointments and promotions for Feb. 1

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FCP of Chevy Chase appointed Christopher LoSapio principal; Nadja Amaguana analyst for investor relations; Yvonne Bartolomeo project manager for asset management; Sam Cuthbert analyst for acquisitions; Arjun Nandra senior analyst for commercial investments, and Thomas Muse-Tessier data analyst.

Abt Associates of Rockville appointed Matthew Strobl vice president for data capture strategies and innovation.

CallisonRTKL appointed Kim Heartwell chief executive.

Arent Fox of the District appointed Anthony Lupo chair.

Iron Mountain Government Solutions of Reston appointed Melissa Carson vice president and general manager.

Transurban of Alexandria appointed Pierce Coffee president for North America.

Winston Agency of the District appointed Lori Loker senior director of client services and Benton Arnett senior manager for policy and public affairs.

Balch & Bingham of the District appointed David Martin Connelly partner in the firm’s energy practice.

Bass Berry & Sims of the District appointed Jacquelyn Papish associate in the firm’s litigation practice and Angelique Salib associate in the firm’s health-care practice.

Gilbert of the District appointed Emily Grim and Daniel Wolf partners.

Holland & Knight of the District appointed Suzanne Joy senior public affairs adviser in the firm’s policy and regulation practice group.

Jenner & Block of the District appointed Madeleine Findley partner.

Nixon Peabody of the District appointed Damian Myers and Lauren Arnold partners.

Orrick of the District appointed David Schulman partner.

Willkie Farr & Gallagher of the District appointed Benjamin Allensworth counsel.

Send information about promotions, appointments and personnel moves in the Washington region to appointments@washpost.com.

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