- The Washington Times - Monday, October 12, 2009


Jon Enten joined Bethesda market research firm Frost Miller Group as vice president responsible for creative strategy and business development. Mr. Enten previously worked for Enten & Associates, a Bethesda advertising agency.


Raina S. Lenney was named first assistant vice president of alumni relations at American University. Ms. Lenney joins AU from George Washington University, where she was senior director of alumni relations. Jane Chittick also is joining AU as assistant vice president of development in the university’s office of development and alumni relations. Ms. Chittick will be responsible for directing major gift operations. Ms. Chittick previously worked at the National Museum of the U.S. Army, where she was director of principal gifts.

Gregory C. Staple, a former partner at the D.C. office of international law firm Vinson & Elkins LLP, was named chief executive officer of the American Clean Skies Foundation. Before joining the D.C.-based foundation, Mr. Staple co-directed Vinson & Elkins’ climate-change program. He will represent the foundation at the U.N. climate-change conference in Copenhagen in December.


Michael Donovan, a former vice president at Chevy Chase Bank, joined First Virginia Community Bank in Fairfax as managing director for commercial banking. Before joining Chevy Chase, the Georgetown University graduate worked for Riggs National Bank in the District and Central Fidelity Bank in Richmond.

• Johnston McLamb, a management- and technology-consulting firm based in Chantilly, Va., named David Acton chief financial officer. Mr. Acton is leaving Edge Technologies Inc., where he directed accounting, tax and audit activities for the Fairfax technology-consulting and software-development firm.

Timothy Veith joined the Bank of Georgetown, a D.C. community bank, as chief lending officer. Mr. Veith was senior vice president and area executive at Branch Banking and Trust (BB&T) Co., also in the District.


Kenneth Glazer, former deputy director of the Federal Trade Commission, joined the D.C. office of global law firm K&L Gates as a partner in its antitrust practice.

• Global law firm Roetzel & Andress announced that Sarah C. Reimers joined the firm’s D.C. office as an associate attorney. Ms. Reimers will focus her practice in the area of general civil litigation. Ms. Reimers earned her law degree from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.

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