- The Washington Times - Monday, November 17, 2008

• The Partnership for Public Service, a D.C. nonprofit that promotes excellence in government, hired Tina Sung as vice president for government transformation. Before joining the partnership, Ms. Sung founded and served as president of Synergy Works LLC in the District.


Bill Leffingwell was appointed co-head of the Washington office of Fiduciary Investment Management International Inc., a New York-based investment management firm. Mr. Leffingwell was previously a senior vice president and portfolio manager in the Washington office.

• Financial Advantage Inc. of Columbia, Md., named Dennis A. Suckstorf a senior financial planner. Mr. Suckstorf previously served as senior financial planner for Strategic Wealth Management Group, also in Columbia.


Mary Jo Lampe joined NJVC, an information technology solutions provider with headquarters in Vienna, as vice president of strategic marketing and communications. Ms. Lampe was previously vice president of strategic marketing and communications at Olive Group North America, based in the District.


• Specialty Hospital of Washington appointed Jerry Amato chief executive officer. Mr. Amato was CEO of Kindred Hospital in Kansas City, Mo.

Robert Hosenfeld was named vice president of Strategic Initiatives for STG International Inc., an Alexandria provider of human resources consulting services. Mr. Hosenfeld joins STG from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, where he served as assistant commissioner for human resource management.


Karen L. Cook was named acting director of the new Legal Studies Institute at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Md. Ms. Cook was president of the Anne Arundel Bar Association.


Andrew Genova joined Manekin LLC in Columbia, Md., as a sales and leasing associate. Mr. Genova is the first graduate of the firm’s training program and a recent graduate of Birmingham Southern College in Birmingham, Ala.

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