- The Washington Times - Monday, April 6, 2009

ASSOCIATIONS, GOVERNMENT & NONPROFITS

• The National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic advocacy group based in the District, appointed Dr. Maria E. Rosa vice president of its Institute for Hispanic Health. Before joining NCLR, Dr. Rosa served as dean and professor at the Universidad del Turabo’s School of Health Sciences in Puerto Rico.

• La Raza also promoted Eric Rodriguez to vice president of its Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation (ORAL). Mr. Rodriguez has worked for La Raza for the past 15 years, including stints as director of NCLR’s Policy Analysis Center and deputy vice president of ORAL. He graduated from Siena College with a bachelor’s degree in history and American University with a master’s degree in public administration.

FINANCE

• New York Life Insurance Co. named Frances Arricale vice president for international government affairs, a division of the insurer’s D.C.-based Office of Government Affairs. Ms. Arricale was the first executive director of the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Commission, also based in the District. She graduated from Fordham University with a degree in political science and earned her law degree from Brooklyn Law School.

LEGAL

Dennis Cate of the Woodbridge, Va., law firm Compton & Duling LC was appointed to the City of Fairfax Planning Commission. Mr. Cate has been with Compton & Duling for nearly 10 years, specializing in land use, zoning and development. He earned his law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

TECHNOLOGY

NJVC LLC, a Vienna information technology contractor, announced several promotions.

Vito DiNapoli was promoted from vice president of operations to senior vice president of corporate operations of NJVC. He holds a bachelor’s degree in managerial psychology from the College of New Rochelle and a master’s degree in organizational behavior from Iona College.

Patrick O’Neil was promoted to vice president of operations. Previously, Mr. O’Neil was director of special products with NJVC’s information technology program. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Maryland.

Mike Vosburgh was promoted from director of production systems to director of NJVC’s corporate project management center of excellence. He is a graduate of the George Washington University with a master’s degree in engineering management and systems engineering.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

• Proticon Career Services LLC, added Career Services LLC, a career-services and professional recruiting company in Easton, Md., announced the addition of Eric Jammer as managing director of Proticon Hospitality. Before joining Proticon, Mr. Jammer was a recruiter for Sales Consultants of Dallas. He studied international business and finance at Southern New Hampshire University.


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