New positionsSolomon, Scott take posts at culinary...

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November 09, 1998

New positions

Solomon, Scott take posts at culinary institute

Baltimore International College appointed Steven H. Solomon director of public affairs and William A. Scott Jr. director of enrollment management.

Solomon, a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, was formerly vice president of the Cherenson Group. He resides in Forest Hill.

Scott, a Columbia resident, graduated from Delaware State University and was director of admissions for Lincoln Technical Institute prior to joining the culinary arts and hospitality school.

Krantz a project designer for Total Office Interiors

Total Office Interiors selected Brad Krantz as a project designer for the Baltimore-based regional contract furniture dealer. He will be responsible for space and design planning for major clients. A graduate of Savannah College in Georgia, he was on the staff of the H. Chambers Co. and Nancy Foreman Design.

Comcast names Gordon marketing coordinator

Comcast Cable named Deb Gordon marketing coordinator for the Comcast Online Communications division. A graduate of Emerson College, she was most recently the marketing director for Discount Bridal Service.

Advertising

DiJulio joins Crosby as vice president

Crosby Marketing Communications selected Tom DiJulio as vice president, creative director for the Annapolis-based agency. Formerly with Earle Palmer Brown, he has received many ADDY and ECHO awards for his work. The Seattle native is a graduate of Washington State University. He lives in Baltimore.

John Marks appoints Hellmann media director

John Marks Associates appointed Barbara Ann Hellmann as media director for the Baltimore advertising and events management firm. The Immaculata College graduate was formerly vice president/director of media services for the Reeves Agency.

Eber named vice president at Imre & Associates

Imre & Associates, the strategic marketing and public relations firm based in Towson, promoted Mark R. Eber to vice president. Eber, who joined the agency last year, was formerly director of public affairs for the Sheppard Pratt Health System. Eber is a Towson University graduate.

Pub Date: 11/09/98

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