- The Washington Times - Monday, February 11, 2008


Kevin King was named account supervisor in the D.C. office of Imre Communications of Baltimore.


Claire Edwards was named staff architect and Rodell E. Phaire was named senior project architect at Cannon Design of Baltimore. Ms. Edwards worked for the Baltimore Washington Medical Center, where she designed its chapel. Mr. Phaire worked on several projects for higher education and designs for municipal facilities.

Jerome W. Rasgus was named a principal in the D.C. office of Weidlinger Associates Inc., a New York architecture firm. Mr. Rasgus joined the firm in 2000 as head of the D.C. office.


Carlos F. Poza was named vice president of international affairs for the International Franchise Association, a D.C. trade group. Mr. Poza worked in foreign affairs for the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Eric Schmidt, chief executive of Google, was named chairman of the New America Foundation, a D.C. think tank.

Anirban Basu was named chief economist for Associated Builders and Contractors, a D.C. organization that represents construction-related businesses. Mr. Basu will continue to serve as chief executive at Baltimore consulting firm Sage Policy Group.

Adam J. Peterman was named the first staff member in the D.C. office of the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals, of Minneapolis. Mr. Peterman was deputy chief of staff for Rep. Jim Ramstad, Minnesota Republican.


• Reston venture capital firm Updata Partners promoted Carter Griffin to partner. She has worked for Updata since 2005.


Rafael Morell was elected a shareholder of Olgetree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, a D.C. employment law firm.

Jonathan Barr was named partner at the D.C. office of Baker Hostetler, a Cleveland law firm. He served as assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia.


Joe Gonzalez was named employment manager at Calvert-Jones Co. Inc., a D.C. building maintenance company. Mr. Gonzalez was an account manager at AST Consultants of Chantilly.

Jennifer Mulveny was named a principal in the D.C. office of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, a Miami law firm that specializes in customs and international trade. She joined the firm in 2006.

Wonya Lucas was named chief marketing officer of Discovery Communications Inc., a Silver Spring media company. She worked as general manager and executive vice president of the Weather Channel Networks in Norfolk.

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