- The Washington Times - Monday, April 14, 2008


Deborah Carr, Shawn Gregor, Larry Hartbarger and Ann Vassallo were promoted to vice presidents at Miller & Long, a Bethesda concrete construction company. Ms. Carr, vice president of insurance, is a senior claims law associate and a licensed claims adjuster. Mr. Gregor, vice president of construction, previously served as a general supervisor. Mr. Hartbarger, vice president of information systems, previously worked as a field engineer and manager of the company’s information services department. Ms. Vassallo, vice president of accounting, was a manager in the accounts payable department.


Daniel A. Domenech was named executive director of the American Association of School Administrators in Arlington. Mr. Domenech has been senior vice president and head of the urban advisory resource for McGraw-Hill Education.

Leila Gordon was appointed executive director of the Reston Community Center board of governors. Ms. Gordon has served three times as acting deputy director of the community center, which provides programs in arts, aquatics, enrichment and lifelong learning.

Douglas Maas was named chief financial and administrative officer of the Textile Museum, a D.C. center for the exhibition, study, collection and preservation of the textile arts. Mr. Maas was chief financial officer for the New Israel Fund, based in the District.


Sharon Cantrell was named vice president of the recently formed community business banking division at Columbia Bank in Columbia, Md. Ms. Cantrell was associate director of financial services for the Nonprofit Finance Fund in the District. Columbia Bank, an affiliate of Fulton Financial, was founded in 1988.

Robert A. Keuroglian was named director of business management systems at Alexandria consulting firm Halt, Buzas & Powell Ltd. Mr. Keuroglian previously served as regional manager of solution design and architecture for Grace-Hunt LLC in Columbia, Md.


Brad L. Stewart was named president of Cylex, a global life-sciences company that develops and manufactures in vitro diagnostic products. Mr. Stewart previously established a new U.S. business for a European pharmaceutical company. Cylex is based in Columbia, Md.


• Radio One Inc. of Lanham said it hired Kathy S. Stinehour as vice president and general manager of Radio One Detroit. Ms. Stinehour, with 25 years of radio broadcast management experience, will oversee operations at the three Radio One Detroit stations: WHTD-FM, WDMK-FM and WCHB-AM.

Sarah Djamshidi was appointed executive director of the Chesapeake Innovation Center’s board of directors. The CIC is Anne Arundel County’s business accelerator for national-security technology. Ms. Djamshidi previously served as director of the University of Maryland’s technology-advancement program.

Warren Selinger was named vice president of sales and marketing at CatalystWeb, an Alexandria provider of communication software. Mr. Selinger was president of Warren Selinger and Associates, an e-commerce consulting firm.


Brigham McCown joined Hunton & Williams, a D.C. law firm, in its regulatory and legislative practice. Mr. McCown previously served as acting administrator of pipeline and hazardous materials safety administration for the Department of Transportation.

Howard J. Symons will head the communications practice at the Washington law offices of Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo. Mr. Symons spent several years advising members of Congress on policy issues.


John Kealey was appointed to the board of directors of Continuous Learning Group, a Pittsburgh consultant. He will serve as chairman of the company’s compensation committee. Mr. Kealey was chief executive of iDirect Technologies in Herndon.

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