- The Washington Times - Monday, May 4, 2009


Edward Feiner joined Perkins & Will as a principal in the architecture firms Washington office. Before joining Perkins & Will, Mr. Feiner was senior vice president and chief architect at Sands Corp. in Las Vegas and managing director at the Washington office of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP. Mr. Feiner also was chief architect of the General Services Administration from 1996 until 2005, where he led the agencys nationwide design and construction program.


• PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) announced that Hugo Teufel III, former chief privacy officer for the Department of Homeland Security, joined the firm as a director in its U.S. advisory practice. Mr. Teufel will focus on data security and cybercrime. He will be based in PwC’sTysons Corner office.

Barbara Mackin joined SunTrust Bank of Greater Washington/Maryland as a senior vice president and relationship manager for the Atlanta-based bank’s commercial real estate division. Ms. Mackin brings 29 years of commercial real estate experience to the position.

Alice P. Frazier, former Loudoun County area executive for BB&T Corp., joined Cardinal Bank as executive vice president of the Tysons Corner firm. She served as chief financial officer for Middleburg Financial Corp. from 1993 to 2004, then as chief operating officer until 2007.


• Marriott International Inc. promoted Amy C. McPherson from executive vice president of global sales and marketing to president and managing director of European lodging, a new position. Ms. McPherson, a James Madison University graduate who joined Bethesda-based Marriott in 1986, will relocate to Europe to begin her new role July 1.


Nancy Malir joined Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Washington office as an associate attorney focusing on labor and employment issues. Ms. Malir was an associate at several law firms in Maryland and the District, where she practiced before the Merit Systems Protection Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and federal and state courts.

J. Jeffrey Craven joined the Washington office of Thompson Coburn LLP as a partner in the firm’s corporate and securities group and as co-chairman of its media, communications and Internet group. Mr. Craven was a partner at Patton Boggs LLP.


• Arlington publisher BNA named Audrey Hipkins vice president and chief product officer. Ms. Hipkins joined BNA in 1993 as a senior systems analyst in its information technology division. Before that, she was president of Quick Source Inc., where she created CD-ROM products for government agencies and commercial publishers.

Robert Shew was named vice president and group publisher for BNA’s human resources and payroll as well as environment, health and safety product divisions. Mr. Shew joined the Arlington publisher in 2004 as operations manager for BNA Books. Before that, he served as chief operating officer at Thompson Publishing Group Inc. and circulation director at Congressional Quarterly.

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