- The Washington Times - Monday, February 2, 2009


Potomac resident John Veihmeyer was named chief executive officer of KPMG International’s U.S. operations. He will work in New York. Mr. Veihmeyer served as deputy chairman of KPMG LLP since 2005 and chairman of the Americas region of KPMG since 2007. KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing audit, tax and advisory services.


• Marketing General Inc., an Alexandria firm that provides marketing services to associations, promoted Erik Schonher from senior director to vice president. Mr. Schonher joined MGI in 2005. MGI also named Kimberly Humphries production manager.


Jacqueline Krick, president of Extreme Close Up Communications in Bristow, Va., was named vice president of the Northern Virginia chapter of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Krick is the immediate past chairman of the Hispanic Business Council of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Thomas Julian was elected to the board of directors for the Civil Engineering Institute at George Mason University in Fairfax. Mr. Julian is a professional engineer and a graduate of George Mason’s School of Law. Mr. Julian is a legal counsel for Centennial Contractors Enterprises Inc. in Vienna.


Thomas M. Sullivan joined the National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center’s advisory board, the nations leading legal advocate for small-business owners. Mr. Sullivan was the original executive director of the NFIB Small Business Legal Center. Mr. Sullivan is of counsel to Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP in its D.C. office.

Joseph J. Vaughan was named a partner of D.C. law firm Dow Lohnes PLLC. Mr. Vaughan joined the education practice group at Dow Lohnes in 2002. He received a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University in 1993 and his law degree from the George Washington University Law School in 2001.


• Skanska USA Building Inc. hired Alissa Roberts as manager of business development at its D.C. office. Ms. Roberts was a project manager for Fulcrum Construction in Atlanta.

• Cernium Corp., a Reston developer of advanced video technologies, named Stephen T. Graham president and general manager of its systems division. Mr. Graham previously worked as regional vice president of sales at IBM/Cognos.


• The Long & Foster Cos. of Chantilly appointed Tim Wilson president of affiliated businesses. Mr. Wilson was executive vice president and director of wholesale lending at Wachovia Bank in Charlotte, N.C. He replaces Dave Stevens, who was recently promoted to president of Long & Foster.

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