Lillie Regins-Walker of Bel Air was named employee assistance program counselor at the North Arundel Hospital Professional Center.
Prior to her new position she was a counseling specialist with the U.S. Veterans Administration.
Her new responsibilities will include assessing patients' needs, short-term counseling, referral and follow-up services. She will willlead educational, supervisory and orientation sessions at work sitesin the Balti
more-Annapolis area regarding EAP's services.
Regins-Walker earned a master of social work form the University of Maryland School of Social Work and a bachelor of science degree in mentalhealth technology from Morgan State University.
CAPTION: LILLIE REGINS-WALKER
Linda Stevenswas elected president of the Harco Toastmasters, an organization aimed at improving public speaking, listening, evaluating and leadershipskills.
Assisting her during the 1992 season will be Fred Bunn, vice president for education; Sudhir Shah, vice president of marketingand membership; Glenn Garbinski, secretary; and Patrick Spicer, treasurer.
Sergeant at arms are Carol Horst and De McGrogan. Bea Kolchin is the immediate past president.
The group meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month at Ida's, on Emmorton Road in Edgewood.
TROYER SERVES ON PANEL
Diane Troyer, vice president of academic affairs and student services at Harford Community College, has accepted an invitation from the U.S. Department of Education to serve on the advisory panel for the National Assessment of Vocational Education.
Troyer was appointed to her position at HCC in February 1991. She is the chief academic officer of the college.