Washington area appointments and promotions for the week of Nov. 14
Altegrity of Falls Church appointed Peter Masanotti, former chief executive and president of MedQuist Holdings, chief executive and president of U.S. Investigations Services.
ASI Government of Arlington appointed Kimberly McCabe president and chief executive.
Avalere Health of the District appointed Gillian Woollett vice president.
BDO Consulting of the District appointed Clark Schweers, formerly of Ernst & Young, managing director and head of its insurance claim services practice.
Becker & Associates Consulting of the District appointed Tim Ulatowski, former director of the Office of Compliance within the Center of Devices and Radiological Health of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, director of medical devices on the Becker Consulting expert advisory committee.
Campbell-Hill Aviation Group of Alexandria appointed Kevin P. Healy, former senior vice president of marketing and planning at AirTran Airways, senior vice president, Eric K. Ford vice president and Benjamin C. Lewis research manager.
Connectiv Solutions of Bethesda appointed Joe Kiriacos vice president of sales.
Edgar Online of Rockville appointed Gregory Carter, former chief technology officer and executive vice president of Metastorm, chief technology officer.
GeoEye of Herndon appointed Michael P. C. Carns to its board.
H&R Retail of Bethesda appointed Kyle Gamber associate and Andrew Tuleya marketing assistant.
High Street Partners of Annapolis appointed Joel Bakal vice president of client operations, Jody Saarmaa vice president of product management, Scott Preston chief financial officer and Kristi Lanier vice president of finance.
IJJ of Landover appointed Oscar Lawson vice president of the board of directors and chief operating officer.
ITT Exelis of McLean appointed Herman E. Bulls , Patrick J. Moore, Mark L. Reuss, R. David Yost and Billie I. Williamson to the board.
ManTech International of Fairfax appointed Ken Silva, former senior executive adviser for cyber technologies at Booz Allen Hamilton, senior vice president for cyber strategy of it mission, cyber and technology solutions group.
Maximus of Reston appointed Thomas Romeo president of Maximus federal business.
Merkle of Columbia appointed Angie Moore senior vice president and customer relationship marketing officer for its nonprofit division.
Primescape Solutions of Herndon appointed Martin Kearney director of business development and Bob Spewak director of capture and proposal management.
Reznick Group of Bethesda appointed Adam Kleeman, Lucas Matesa, Marshall Phillips, Rick Suid and Joseph Wallace partners.
AES of Arlington appointed Ahmed Pasha, former chief financial officer of Asia operations, vice president of investor relations.
The Clearing Inc. of the District named Jonathan Spector, formerly with IBM, chief growth officer.
Veteran Enterprise Technology Services of Tysons Corner appointed Peter Castrilli senior director of business development.
W.R. Grace & Co. of Columbia appointed Gregory E. Poling, former president of Grace Davison, chief operating officer.
Aeras of Rockville appointed Wayne Pisano, Gerd Zettlmeissl and Lota Zoth to the board of directors.
Doctors Community Hospital of Lanham appointed Robyn Webb-Williams, former senior member of national nonprofits including the National Fair Housing Alliance and the National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, vice president of its foundation.
Home Builders Institute of the District appointed John A. Courson president and chief executive.
International Executive Services Corps of the District appointed Montgomery Meigs and Molly Williamson to the board of directors.
National Building Museum of the District appointed Kate Haw, former executive director for development and administration at the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, vice president of development.
Prince William Chamber of Commerce of Manassas appointed Nancy Hiteshue, former public affairs director of the Washington Business Roundtable in Seattle, director of public policy.
Rebuilding Together of the District appointed Gary Deverman, former chief executive of Building Healthier America, chief development officer.
The American Land Title Association of the District appointed Christopher Abbinante, former president of Eastern Operations for Fidelity National Title Group, president.
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning of Vienna appointed David Teeter director of policy.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Mid-Atlantic in Bethesda appointed Susie Ellwood, Angie Marriott and Lee Nienaber to the board.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association of Arlington appointed Deborah White executive vice president and general counsel.
AHC of Arlington appointed James Ponder chief executive of AHC Management.
NVR of Reston appointed Thomas D. Eckert, co-founder of Capital Automotive, member of the board of directors’ audit and qualified legal compliance committees.
Van Eperen & Co. of Bethesda appointed Steve Simon, former chief spokesman for Montgomery College and Montgomery County public schools, vice president.
Covington & Burling of the District appointed Arturo Valenzuela, former State Department official, senior adviser for Latin America.
DLA Piper of the District appointed Tony Angel global co-chairman and senior partner of international business.
Latham & Watkins of the District appointed Lori Alvino McGill, Jason Licht, Brian Murray, David Penna and Eric Volkman partners; and Angela Angelovska-Wilson and Kevin DiBartolo counsels.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis of the District appointed Stephen A. Fogdall partner and Steven K. Armstrong associate.
Wilson Elser of McLean appointed Robert E. Rider Jr. Of Counsel.
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