New positionsRenaissance Harborplace names Reich sales...

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September 08, 1997

New positions

Renaissance Harborplace names Reich sales director

Renaissance Harborplace Hotel appointed Michael Reich director of sales. He will have responsibility for all direct sales and marketing efforts for the Inner Harbor facility. The Florida State University graduate is a Baltimore resident and formerly was with Marriott International as director of marketing at its Westfield, Va., operation. Mary Kraft & Associates said Michael S. Mason has joined the personnel placement firm as its director of client development.

The Bel Air resident had been with Kirson Medical Equipment Co., where he was a branch manager responsible for operations and employee career development.

Moore is vice president at Omni Solutions Group

Omni Solutions Group named William J. Moore vice president for the Gaithersburg-based provider of computer systems and financial solutions.

He will oversee the firm's financial consulting services and insurance and bonding needs. The Georgetown University graduate previously was vice president of Natelli Communities, a residential developer and builder in the Washington area.

Advertising and PR

Easton, Homer join Cyphers, Wood, Weinberg & Lambird

Cyphers, Wood, Weinberg & Lambird Inc. said Darren Easton and Jennifer Homer have joined the Annapolis-based advertising firm as creative director and account manager, respectively.

Easton, a Maryland Institute, College of Art graduate, where he is a guest lecturer, formerly was creative director for Baltimore-based Gerard Co.

Homer was with the National Association of Home Builders, where she was a communications manager and edited the group's national magazine. She is a graduate of James Madison University and a member of the International Association of Business Communicators.

Naiman is traffic manager for Callahan & Co.

Callahan & Co. named Marni Naiman traffic manager for the Baltimore-based regional ad and marketing agency.

A graduate of Towson University, Naiman has served internships with Cornerstone Advertising and Richardson, Myers & Donofrio.

Banking and finance

Crestar names Black regional vice president

Crestar Bank appointed Charles F. Black senior vice president of its Maryland region retail banking group.

Black will be responsible for development of retail and business banking, primarily in Baltimore, Harford and Frederick counties.

He has been a member of the Baltimore banking community for more than 16 years. A Baltimore resident, he is a graduate of Washington College and the National School of Banking at Fairfield University. He is active in the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, the Towsontowne Rotary and Timothy House.

The Richmond, Va.-based bank also named Teddy Coates and Laura Cavanaugh branch managers. Coates, a former assistant branch manager at Loyola Federal, is a Navy veteran and member of the Maryland Associates Urban Bankers. The Randallstown resident will manage the Reisterstown office.

Cavanaugh, also a former assistant branch manager at Loyola Federal, will manage the Rosedale branch. She lives in Baltimore and is a member of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.

Health care

Hopkins medicine appoints Infeld to media relations

Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions appointed Karen Infeld senior media relations officer for clinical medicine in its Office of Communications and Public Affairs. The Roland Park resident holds a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. She was a news coordinator at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey before coming to Hopkins. Nottingham Properties Inc., a commercial real estate developer and property manager, named A. Douglas Cann residential acquisitions manager. He will assume responsibility for acquisitions in the Baltimore metropolitan area and oversee land planning, contract preparation and negotiation, and land development. He is a graduate of Denison University and lives in Hunt Valley.

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