New positionsUniversal Trading appoints Weingard vice...

People on the Move

August 05, 1996

New positions

Universal Trading appoints Weingard vice president

Universal Trading Technologies Corp., a Columbia-based subsidiary of Ashton Technology Group, has appointed Fred S. Weingard executive vice president of technology and advanced programs. Weingard joined UTTC from the consulting firm of Booz-Allen & Hamilton. A nationally recognized expert and published author in the field of neural networks, he holds two patents in the field and has advanced degrees in nuclear engineering and computer sciences from Cornell and George Washington universities, respectively.

Giombetti development chief for TNT Logistics

TNT Logistics announced that Jim Giombetti joined the Australian firm's Linthicum-based U.S. headquarters as vice president of business development. Formerly a senior manager with Kansas-based Yellow Logistics Services, he is a graduate of Lafayette College and a member of the Council of Logistics Management.

Rusk is sales manager for Comcast Cablevision

Comcast Cablevision appointed Christine Rusk advertising general sales manager for its Baltimore metropolitan systems in Baltimore and Harford counties. She will oversee the regional and national advertising sales as well as the business, traffic, production and local sales managers.


CMG Health promotes Livingston, Randow

CMG Health Inc. appointed Mary Livingston vice president, claims and contract administration, and Curtis R. Randow to the position of director of claims.

Livingston, a graduate of Bethany College, joined the firm in 1993 from her post as a departmental project manager for Blue Cross/Blue Shield National Capital Area. In her new post, she will have overall responsibility for claims processing, customer service and development and maintenance of benefit files.

Randow, an MBA graduate of Avery College, came to the Owings Mills-based managed behavioral health care firm from the University of Maryland Medical System, where he was manager for patient financial services. He will be responsible for customer service, membership enrollment and marketing support. Doctors Health System named John R. Dwyer chief financial officer for the Baltimore-based health care network, owned and operated by physicians. An investment banker specializing in health care financing, he was formerly a principal in the Washington investment banking firm of Graham, Hamilton & Dwyer. In addition to his responsibilities over the finance, accounting, claim, billing and third-party administration departments, he will have a seat on the board of directors.

Legal & insurance

McFeeley, Schwartz join Morgan Financial

Morgan Financial Group appointed Mike McFeeley vice president-director of marketing. The company also announced that Karin L. Schwartz has joined the firm as a producer. Before joining the Lutherville-based insurance agency, McFeeley, a Finksburg resident, was with Lincoln Life as second vice president, director of life marketing. Schwartz, who holds life, health disability and annuity licenses, will build and manage estates of business owners and other professionals.


Sharon L. Paul joins Gross, Mendelsohn

Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, Baltimore-based accountants and management consultants, named Sharon L. Paul a manager in its computer department. She has degrees in accounting and computer information systems from Villa Julie College and is a certified network administrator, with experience in network platforms and customized database development.

Commercial real estate

KLNB appoints Powell market research director

KLNB named Thomas Powell director of market research. The Ohio University graduate will provide market surveys, maintain the firm's database and track trends in the commercial realty market. Before joining the Baltimore-based regional commercial realty firm, he was with Patrick Kerr Appraisal Group as director of research.

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Pub Date: 8/05/96

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