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Canvas of Reston appointed Christina Croll chief marketing officer.

CliftonLarsonAllen of Arlington appointed Marion Hecht partner in the forensic and valuation services practice.

Cloudburst Group of Landover appointed Vladimir Knezevic director of its Center for Public Health.

DDC Advocacy of National Harbor appointed Jason Linde vice president of campaign services.

Dewberry of Fairfax appointed Brian Tanner senior associate.

Force 3 of Herndon appointed Sudhir Verma chief services operator and Chris Knotts chief technology officer.


Association for Financial Professionals of Bethesda appointed Nilly Essaides director of practitioner content development.

Business Roundtable of the District appointed Don Green vice president.

Center for Financial Services Innovation of the District appointed Jeanne Hogarth vice president of policy.

Citizens Against Government Waste of the District appointed Steve Hofman to its board.

Society of American Military Engineers of Alexandria appointed Neal T. Wright co-chairman of the Warrior Transition Task Force.

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of the District appointed Nina Vaca chairman emeritus.


National Geographic Television of the District appointed Brooke Runnette president.

Real estate

Long & Foster Real Estate of Chantilly appointed Arnie Kernus vice president of business development.

Urban Pace of the District appointed Seth Z. Potack executive vice president.


Freedom Bank of Virginia of Fairfax appointed C. Kevin Curtis executive vice president for corporate banking.


Katz, Marshall & Banks of the District appointed Abigail Cook-Mack associate.

Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati of the District appointed Jasemine Chambers of counsel.

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