- The Washington Times - Monday, September 22, 2008


• Verizon Wireless named Mike Maiorana president of the Washington-Baltimore-Virginia region headquartered in Laurel. Mr. Maiorana is responsible for sales, operations and customer service. Mr. Maiorana was vice president of national government sales and operations.

James A. Kuiken was appointed vice president of citizen safety strategic business for American Systems, a District-based information technology company. Mr. Kuiken served as assistant director for operations for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Office of Training and Development. At American Systems, Mr. Kuiken will develop new business among federal law enforcement agencies.

Robert O’Neil was appointed senior vice president of sales for BroadSoft Inc., a Gaithersburg application software company. Mr. O’Neil previously served as CEO of Convergence Inc., a provider of session management solutions.


William T. Welch joined General Counsel P.C. as a partner. Mr. Welch will be leading the McLean law firm’s new government contracts practice group. Mr. Welch was counsel at Barton, Baker, McMahon & Tolle LLP, also of McLean.

Daniel F. Danello joined Ropes and Gray’s investment management group as counsel in its Washington office. Mr. Danello was associate general counsel at the Federal National Mortgage Association, or Fannie Mae.

Kerry McTigue joined Duane Morris LLP as a partner in its D.C. office. Mr. McTigue was general counsel for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.


Vicki Cox was named senior vice president of the marketing division at Baltimore-based Provident Bank. Ms. Cox will be responsible for managing media relations, community relations and crisis communications.

William J. Winter joined the managing consulting firm Halt, Buzas & Powell Ltd. as tax supervisor at the Alexandria firm. Mr. Winter previously worked for Grant Thornton LLP in the District.


Tony Capuano was named executive vice president of global development for Marriott International Corp. in Bethesda. Mr. Capuano, who is now responsible for full-service hotel development for North America, the Caribbean and Latin America, will begin his new responsibilities in the next seven months.


Marshall Burton will join Opus East LLC in Rockville as executive vice president. Mr. Burton comes to Opus East from Opus Northwest’s Denver office, where he served as vice president and general manager.

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