- The Washington Times - Monday, January 5, 2009

ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

William E. Whitenhill recently joined WDG Interior Architecture of the District as director of quality assurance. Mr. Whitenhill has held senior management and design positions with leading architectural firms in Chicago, Denver and the District.

ASSOCIATIONS, GOVERNMENT & NONPROFITS

• The ServiceSource Network, a nonprofit that provides jobs and rehabilitation-support services to the disabled, elected Michelle S. Lee to a three-year term on its volunteer board of directors. Ms. Lee is founder and chief executive officer of STG International Inc., an Alexandria provider of human resources and health-care support services to the federal government.

LEGAL

• Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough LLP promoted Stephani M. Hildebrandt to counsel in the firm’s D.C. office. Ms. Hildebrandt practices in the areas of financial services, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate and securities law.

• Baker Hostetler announced the addition of two veteran government officials, Stuart J. Bassin and Allen J. Littman, to the D.C. law firm’s tax group. Mr. Bassin previously served as senior litigation counsel with the U.S. Justice Department’s tax division, where he served as lead counsel on many large and complex cases. Mr. Littman previously served as legislation counsel with the congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, where he focused on international tax legislation and tax-treaty issues.

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LaDonna Hale Curzon of Alexandria was appointed executive producer and co-host of Sarah Palin Radio on wsRadio.com in San Diego, Calif.

TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

• Data Systems Analysts Inc., a Fairfax provider of information-technology and security services, named John M. Gilligan to its federal advisory board of directors. Mr. Gilligan was senior vice president and director of the defense sector at SRA International Inc. He also has served as a chief information officer for the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Department of Energy.

SkyTel of Herndon recently hired Dave Bornmann as vice president for marketing and product development. Mr. Bornmann formerly served as vice president of marketing at eLink Communications Inc. and @Link Communications Inc., both of which provided broadband connectivity to businesses.

• SkyTel also named Eric Ellis vice president for network and operations, Henry Popplewell vice president for sales and Nadia Sa’d Mulaire vice president for business development. Mr. Ellis joined SkyTel from Sprint Nextel Corp., where he was national director of service delivery for its network solutions group. Mr. Popplewell was senior vice president of sales and marketing for Aptela Inc., a provider of hosted telecommunications solutions to businesses. Ms. Sa’d Mulair previously headed commercial business development for TerreStar Networks Inc.

Adam Berlew joined Triumfant Inc., a Rockville developer of change-analysis software, as senior vice president of strategy and business development.

Xceleron Inc., a Gaithersburg provider of clinical pharmaceutical research, recently named Michael Butler president and chief executive officer. Before joining Xceleron, Mr. Butler served as president and chief scientific officer at Aptuit Inc., a global pharmaceutical-services company with more than 1,000 employees. Before that, he was group vice president at MDS Pharma Services, where he was responsible for managing the company’s clinical and chemistry operational units.

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