- The Washington Times - Monday, December 7, 2009


• The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) appointed Robert A. Cashdollar special assistant to Commissioner Michael Dunn.Mr. Cashdollar came to Washington in 1971 as a legislative and press assistant to Rep. Ed Jones, Tennessee Democrat.He later served as staff director for the House Agriculture subcommittee on conservation, credit and rural development, which had jurisdiction over the CFTC.

Molly O’Neill, vice president at CGI Federal, a government contractor in Fairfax, was inducted as a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, a nonprofit coalition of public management and organizational leaders. Ms. O’Neill formerly worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, where she served as an assistant administrator and chief information officer.

Harvey W. Hill Jr. joined the Washington-based Chronicle of Higher Education Inc. as associate publisher in its corporate client group. Mr. Harvey will lead the publisher’s sales teams in New York and Sacramento, Calif., as well as the display production team in Washington.


• NJVC, an information-technology-solutions provider based in Vienna,promoted Kevin Gustin to chief information officer. Mr. Gustin was previously principal engineer in the company’s office of the chief technology officer.

Lawrence Jacobs, general counsel for News Corp., parent company of social networking site MySpace, joined the board of directors of Aristotle International Inc., an online identity verification firm based in the District. Michael Colopy is rejoining Aristotle as senior adviser to chief executive John Aristotle Phillips. Mr. Colopy was formerly Aristotle’s senior vice president for communications and government affairs.


Joseph J. LoBue and Michael A. Umayam were promoted to special counsel at the D.C. offices of global law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP.

Suzannah K. Sundby joined international law firm Smith, Gambrell & Russell LLP as a partner in its D.C. office. She has experience in patent preparation in such diverse technologies as biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmaceuticals, microfluidics, diagnostics, medical devices and nanotechnology.


George Labarraque and Leonard Howell will join District-based Donohoe Real Estate Services as vice president and associate, respectively. Mr. Labarraque has worked in commercial real estate for more than 21 years. Before joining Donahoe, Mr. Howell was a member of the Advisory Services Group, a D.C. consulting firm specializing in real estate, sales and tenant representation.

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