- The Washington Times - Monday, June 9, 2008


*David Moulton was named director of climate change policy and conservation funding at the Wilderness Society, a conservation group in the District. He was staff director and chief counsel of the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming.


*Sam Piper was named director of the Department of Defense division of Citizant, a Chantilly technology consultant. Mr. Piper worked as a team leader at Computer Sciences Corp., a technology consulting company with offices in San Diego and Falls Church.


*Chris Ashby was named partner in the government relations and regulated industries group of LeClairRyan, a Richmond law firm. Mr. Ashby worked for the Virginia state government.

*Walter Kelley was named partner in the D.C. office of Jones Day, a Cleveland law firm. Mr. Kelley previously served as a U.S. district judge for the Eastern District of Virginia.

*David Holt was named technology specialist in the D.C. office of Fish & Richardson PC, a Boston law firm. Mr. Holt worked as a patent examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the District.


*James Schmitt was named vice president of the center for stabilization and development at Creative Associates International Inc., a D.C. consulting company. Mr. Schmitt worked as senior vice president at ArmorGroup North America Inc., a McLean risk management consulting company.


*Eric Carle andKenneth Webb were promoted to principal at RTKL, a D.C. architecture company. Mr. Carle and Mr. Webb worked in the company’s health care group.


*Sheri Swainwas named general manager of the Holiday Inn Capitol, which is managed by Donohoe Hospitality Services LLC, a D.C. real estate development company.

*Thomas Penny was named general manager of the D.C. Courtyard by Marriott. The property is managed by Donohoe Hospitality Services LLC.

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