- The Washington Times - Monday, June 15, 2009


Glen O’Gilvie was named chief executive officer of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement, the Washington area’s largest membership organization for nonprofits. Mr. O’Gilvie will begin his new duties in July after he steps down from his current position as chief executive of the Earth Conservation Corps in Washington.


Aaron Delissaint was named branch manager at the Clinton, Md., office of Columbia Bank, a Columbia, Md., financial company. Mr. Delissaint previously worked as assistant manager and mortgage adviser at Chevy Chase Bank.


Sam Piper was named director of the Department of Defense division of Citizant Inc., a Chantilly technology consultant. Mr. Piper previously worked as a team leader at Computer Sciences Corp., a Falls Church technology consulting company.


Rebecca Barbisch joined Fish & Richardson LLP’s D.C. office as an associate in its litigation group. Ms. Barbisch previously worked as an associate at Dickstein Shapiro LLP.

Zenas J. Choi joined Hogan & Hartson LLP as a partner in intellectual property practice in the firm’s D.C. office. Prior to joining, Mr. Choi was a partner at the D.C. office of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP.


Paul Ellington joined Hogan Cos. as a business development adviser. Hogan Cos., based in Annapolis, is a diversified financial firm specializing in development of land and commercial and residential real estate. Before joining the firm, Mr. Ellington was president of GOPAC, a political action group that recruits Republican candidates for political office.

James Schmitt was named vice president of the center for stabilization and development at Creative Associates International Inc., a D.C. consulting company. Mr. Schmitt previously worked as senior vice president at ArmorGroup North America Inc., a McLean risk-management consulting company.


Sheri Swain was named general manager of the Holiday Inn Capitol, which is managed by Donohoe Hospitality Services LLC of Washington.

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