- The Washington Times - Monday, November 24, 2008


Margareth C. Harper was appointed vice president and director of state and local government relations for the District office of Parsons Corp., a Pasadena, Calif., engineering and construction firm. Ms. Harper previously served as the company’s vice president of government relations.


Denise Bode was named chief executive officer of the American Wind Energy Association. Ms. Bode joined District-based AWEA from the American Clean Skies Foundation, also in the District, where she served as chief executive officer as well.


• MidAtlantic Broker Services hired Margaret Ellison Simonds as the Bethesda company’s brokerage director. Ms. Simonds joined MidAtlantic from the life insurance division of Pacific Life, where she served as regional marketing specialist for New England in Needham, Mass.


U.S. Rep. Thomas M. Davis III accepted a position as director of federal government services with Deloitte LLP in the District. Mr. Davis will begin his new job after his term expires in January. Mr. Davis served seven terms as a Republican representative from Virginia’s 11th District.


Joseph M. Sellers was elected a partner with Cohen Milstein, whose name is changing to Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC. Mr. Sellers joined Cohen Milstein in 1997 and served as the head of the civil rights and employment practice group in the law firm’s D.C. office.


• Catapult Technology Ltd. of Bethesda named Christopher T. David associate vice president and program manager. Mr. David formerly served as senior program director for Advanced Software Systems Inc. in Sterling.

James Hoffman was named senior account executive for Intelligence Programs for ObjectFX Corp., a Columbia, Md., provider of geospatial technology for the federal government. Before joining ObjectFX, Mr. Hoffman served as chief operating officer for Information Manufacturing Corp. in Fairfax.

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