- The Washington Times - Monday, July 20, 2009


• Anne Arundel Community College appointed Kelly A. Koermer as dean of its School of Business, Computing and Technical Studies. She has been a special assistant to the college’s vice president for learning since 2006.

• American Systems Corp., a Chantilly provider of technology services to government clients, appointed George Nagy, former consultant at GP Consulting Partners in Williamsburg, as vice president of the company’s acquisition and logistics strategic business division.

• NJVC LLC, a Vienna provider of information technology services, promoted Chris Andersen from vice president of finance to chief financial officer.


• Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington announced that Martin Alloy, founder of D.C. homebuilder Stanley Martin Cos., was elected chairman of its board, and Pandit Wright was named president and chief executive officer of the recreational organization for young people.

• The Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants appointed several new officers to its board of directors: William T. Riley Jr. of the Reznick Group in Baltimore was named chairman; Kimberly N. Ellison-Taylor of Oracle Corp. in Columbia was named vice chairman; and Allen P. DeLeon of DeLeon and Stang in Gaithersburg was named secretary/treasurer.

• The board of governors of D.C.’s Joint Center for Political Studies elected two new members: Donna Brazile and Norma Ketay Asnes. Ms. Brazile, a veteran campaign manager and political consultant, is founder of Brazile & Associates LLC, a D.C. consulting, grass-roots advocacy and training firm. Ms. Asnes is president of Ketay Asnes Productions in New York.

• The Home Safety Council, a D.C.-based nonprofit working to prevent home-related injuries, added two members to its board of directors: Thomas F. Connaughton, director of life safety and security services for Intertek Group PLC, and R. David Paulison, former administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.


Treciana Brumfield, former financial center leader with BB&T Corp. in Waldorf, joined the Community Bank of Tri-County as branch sales manager of its St. Patrick’s office in Waldorf.

• McQuadeBrennan LLP, a Washington accounting firm, added three members to its staff: Joseph Pomrenke, former audit associate at McGladrey & Pullen LLP in Baltimore, was hired as a manager; and Brian Eck, a recent graduate of Salisbury University, and Andrea Nadal, a recent graduate of Virginia Tech, were named associates.


Michael F. Ruggio, a former partner with Polsinelli Shughart PC, joined the D.C. office of Roetzel & Andress as a partner. Roetzel & Andress is a business law firm with 11 offices nationwide.


• The Marriott Crystal Gateway Hotel in Arlington named Bradley H. Colton general manager. Mr. Colton, a third-generation Marriott employee, began working for the Bethesda hotel company in 1982.

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