- The Washington Times - Monday, April 28, 2008

ADVERTISING, MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS

Robin Rombro and Jessica Loewe were promoted from media supervisors to associate media directors at GKV, a Baltimore marketing company.

ASSOCIATIONS, GOVERNMENT & NONPROFITS

Frances Hughes Glendening was named president of the board of directors of the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center, an Annapolis museum that documents the contributions of Maryland women. She will continue to serve as a senior fellow and adjunct faculty member of the University of Maryland School of Public Policy.

HIGH TECHNOLOGY & TELECOMMUNICATIONS

James Hitchcock was named marketing and branding officer for the Discovery Channel, a Silver Spring media company. He previously worked as senior vice president of marketing and creativity for MTV Networks in New York.

Michael Harris was named client services manager of Evolve Technologies, a Fairfax information-technology services company. He previously worked as a territory manager of First Level Technology, a D.C. information-technology company.

LEGAL

Stephen Harris was named partner in the D.C. office of Jones Day, a Cleveland law firm. He previously worked at Alston & Bird, an Atlanta law firm. Andrew Steinberg was also named partner at Jones Day. He previously served as chief counsel for the Federal Aviation Administration.

Mark Johnston was named a member at the D.C. office of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC, a Pittsburgh law firm. Mr. Johnston previously was a civil litigator in the firm’s D.C. office. Laura Stover was also named a member of the firm’s D.C. office. She previously practiced appellate advocacy for the firm.

Ben Winburn was named senior adviser for D.C. law firm McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP. Mr. Winburn previously worked as a staff member of the House Natural Resources subcommittee on energy and mineral resources.

Frank Razzano was named partner at the D.C. office of Pepper Hamilton LLP, a Philadelphia law firm. He previously worked at D.C. law firm Dickstein Shapiro LLP.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Ken Roberts was promoted to president of helicopter engines at Rolls-Royce, a British manufacturer with offices in Chantilly. Mr. Roberts previously served as executive vice president of helicopters at Rolls-Royce.

REAL ESTATE

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