- The Washington Times - Monday, December 29, 2008

ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

• PSA-Dewberry, Fairfax architectural-design firm, named Mike Tatalovich leader for Federal architecture. Mr. Tatalovich will serve as national coordinator for PSA-Dewberry’s Federal-architecture initiatives. He previously led business-development teams for the U.S. State Department’s new embassy program.

Mark T. O’Mara joined the Baltimore office of Cannon Design, an architectural, engineering and planning firm. Mr. O’Mara is currently involved in the design and construction of some of the firm’s major health care projects, including a new patient tower and women’s health center at the Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie, Md., and renovation of two buildings at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.

ASSOCIATIONS & ADVERTISING & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Lane Bailey was named president of GolinHarris Public Affairs. Susan Corsini, deputy managing director, will assume the role of managing director of the Chicago public-relations firm. Mr. Bailey has been with the agency for 10 years and has more than two decades of experience in Washington, including 13 years as chief of staff to Sen. Jay Rockefeller, West Virginia Democrat. Ms. Corsini, who started her career at GolinHarris in Los Angeles, returned to the agency earlier this year after serving as managing director at Or Associates Inc. (OAI), a nonprofit consulting firm. Before that, she was managing director and senior vice president of the Sallie Mae Fund.

LEGAL

• Baker & McKenzie LLP expanded its North American antitrust and competition practice with the addition of former U.S. Federal Trade Commission member Mary L. Azcuenaga as a partner in the firm’s D.C. office. Ms. Azcuenaga was a partner at Heller Ehrman LLP, serving for six years as co-chair of the firm’s antitrust and trade-regulation practice. Before joining Heller Ehrman in 1998, she served as a commissioner of the FTC for nearly 14 years. Real Estate firm Questar Properties Inc., a Baltimore developer of planned communities in the Mid-Atlantic region, named Aaron Liebert executive vice president. Mr. Liebert comes to Questar after 11 years at JPI, a national developer of multifamily housing, where he most recently served as senior vice president and area managing partner in its McLean office.

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