- The Washington Times - Monday, March 9, 2009


• Cannon Design, an Arlington architectural and engineering firm, promoted Christopher T. Hayes to vice president and Roberto Cruz Niemiec to associate vice president.

Mr. Hayes has served as an art director, senior designer and project manager on a number of museum, sports, entertainment and higher-education projects, including Virginia Tech’s new basketball practice facility in Blacksburg and a new stadium, now under construction, that will be a major venue for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Mr. Niemiec has nearly 20 years of experience in managing large projects and has been responsible for overseeing several major higher-education projects for Cannon Design.


Mary Logan was named president of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, an Arlington nonprofit. Ms. Logan has 20 years of management experience, most recently as chief operating officer and general counsel of the American Dental Association.


• Donohoe Hospitality Services LLC named Jason Rodriguez director of marketing of the Holiday Inn Express in Springfield. Mr. Rodriguez was director of marketing for the Hilton Springfield.


William A. Burck of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP joined the firm’s investigations and criminal defense practice as a partner in its Washington office. Mr. Burck was deputy counsel to President George W. Bush and served as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York.

• Retired District Judge Walter D. Kelley Jr. joined the McCammon Group, a provider of mediation, arbitration and dispute resolution services. Judge Kelley tried antitrust, intellectual property cases for 23 years as a partner with Willcox & Savage P.C. and Troutman Sanders LLP. He was appointed U.S. District judge for the Eastern District of Virginia in 2004 and served on the bench for four years before leaving to join Jones Day as a partner in its Washington office.


• The Washington Network Inc., an Alexandria computer networks and telephone systems provider, promoted Heather Crane from marketing director to vice president of operations.

Timothy J. Atkin was named executive vice president and chief operating officer for SRA International Inc., a Fairfax government contractor. Mr. Atkin has been with SRA since 1999, most recently as senior vice president of the company’s Global Health Sector. Before joining SRA, he was a member of the U.S. government’s Senior Executive Service and chief of staff to the deputy secretary of the Department of Labor.

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