- The Washington Times - Monday, November 16, 2009


• ManTech International Corp., a Fairfax technology contractor, named Sally Sullivan executive vice president of business development. Ms. Sullivan joins ManTech from Bechtel National Inc. in McLean, where she was vice president for defense, space and secured infrastructure, responsible for defense and intelligence community clients.

Bobby Whiteside of Client 4 Life insurance agency in Columbia, Md., was named president of the Ellicott City lunch chapter of Business Network International Inc.


William Maguire joined Bank of Georgetown as senior vice president of branch administration. He will work at the community bank’s Georgetown headquarters. Mr. Maguire was previously senior vice president of branch administration and corporate business at Adams National Bank, also in the District.

Shelly Rance was promoted to vice president and director of compliance and quality control at Rockville mortgage lender Mason Dixon Funding Inc.


Sarah Kunkleman joined the D.C. office of business law firm Roetzel & Andress as an associate attorney. Ms. Kunkleman, who received her law degree from the George Washington University Law School in 2009, will focus on civil litigation.

Robert B. Bell joined the D.C. offices of international law firm Kaye Scholer LLP as co-chairman of its antitrust practice group. A former clerk to the late Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White, Mr. Bell has decades of experience practicing antitrust law, most recently at WilmerHale, where he was a partner.

Jay R. Deshmukh joined Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP as a partner in the law firm’s Washington office, where he will focus on generic pharmaceutical counseling and litigation. Mr. Deshmukh was a senior vice president at Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd., an Indian manufacturer of generic drugs.


James S. Leanos returned to Manekin LLC of Columbia, Md., asavice president in the commercial real estate firm’s brokerage division. He will focus on tenant representation and corporate services, as well as business development in the Baltimore-Washington corridor. Mr. Leanos was most recently an associate broker at Jackson Cross Partners/ONCOR International in Philadelphia.

• Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers, a real estate brokerage, recently added Kurt Richter and Chris Soucie to its D.C.-based tenant representation leasing team. Mr. Richter will serve as senior vice president, and Mr. Soucie will serve as vice president. Both come to Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers from CB Richard Ellis, a global real estate firm.

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