Ben Liss is named president and chief executive officer of Ticketron. He joined the company in April as chief operating officer. Before that, he was the first executive director of the North American Concert Promoters Association. An attorney, Liss was also general counsel and comptroller of the Cellar Door Companies, a concert promoter.
Ticketron is owned by Centre Group, which owns the Washington Bullets, the Washington Capitals and the Capital Centre; the Carlyle Group of Washington, and the Wembley Group plc of London. The ticketing network for sports and entertainment has 11 regional telephone-charge operations and more than 750 outlets.
Rosemary Brantel is named systems engineer for GITECH Inc., a Towson-based software house. She will be responsible for implementing and maintaining all client networks and customized software products. She will also be responsible for the maintenance and support of nationwide networks running GITECH software products in Novell networks.
At the plant:
Alan R. Swirnow joins Baltimore Specialty Steels Corp. as supervisor, testing and product certification. He was previously director of material engineering with American Lohmann Corp., where he was responsible for all metallurgical operations.
In the Bar Products Group, Rosemary C. Jarin is promoted to senior account manager. She will be responsible for soliciting and servicing accounts for the corporation's bar products, including directing export sales of bar products.
Rob Paulis is named assistant marketing director of Towson Town Center. He joined The Hahn Co., the mall's development partner and managing agent, last January as assistant marketing director of Bridgewater Commons in New Jersey. Before that, he spent five years in sales in specialty retailing. Mitchell G. Gold joins Parker Frames & Co. Inc., a commercial/industrial real estate broker, as an associate. He will concentrate in industrial sales and leasing. Jay D. Miller is appointed a partner with the Towson-based law firm of White, Mindel, Clarke and Foard. He has been with the firm for seven years, first as a law clerk and then as an associate. Deborah L. Holloway is named vice president of medical affairs for HealthCare Corp. of America. In the newly created position, she will direct the medical delivery system of all three of the corporation's health maintenance organizations, CareFirst, Physician's CareFirst and Potomac Health. She will oversee departments including quality assurance, utilization review, provider relations and medical contracting. She will also oversee the operations of Potomac Physicians, the corporation's physician group with offices throughout Maryland. She was previously vice president of operations for MEDCO.
At the Francis Scott Key Medical Center, David N. Neubauer is appointed director of the acute psychiatric unit, a 20-bed inpatient unit that employs a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary approach to the treatment of psychiatric disorders. Neubauer is an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a staff psychiatrist in Francis Scott Key's Psychiatry Department. His clinical interests include the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, the relationship of biological rhythms and psychiatric illness and seasonal affective disorders. Richard H. Malat joins Tongue Brooks & Co. Inc. as vice president and director of risk management services. Risk management is a new division of the insurance brokerage and employee benefits firm, which announced expansion plans last July. Malat was previously vice president and senior account executive with Marsh & McLennan Inc. Steven L. Matz is named vice president and director of client development in the new division. Matz also joins the firm from Marsh & McLennan, where he was vice president and sales manager in the client services area. Mark S. Miller is promoted to treasurer of the firm, which he joined earlier this year as comptroller. He previously served in a similar position with the Werres Corp. in Rockville.
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