New positions Betty Schutte, Vickie Johnson take...

People on the Move

April 05, 1999

New positions

Betty Schutte, Vickie Johnson take posts at Hood College

Hood College has appointed Betty Schutte director of major gifts and planned giving, and Vickie L. Johnson community relations coordinator at the four-year college in Frederick.

Schutte, a graduate of the University of Virginia, is a certified financial planner and formerly was an assistant vice president at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va. Johnson, a Hood graduate and resident of Frederick, will serve as liaison with area communities.

Advertising

Aaron Hartman, Stacy Alford join Campbell Group

The Campbell Group said Aaron Hartman and Stacy Alford have joined the staff of the Baltimore regional ad and public relations firm.

Hartman, formerly with Gray Kirk/VanSant, was hired as art director. Alford, who formerly was with Doner Direct, is an account executive.

Banking and finance

Benedict in technology group at Legg Mason Wood Walker

Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. retained Douglas B. Benedict as a member of its telecommunications services and technology group within the firm's investment banking department. He formerly was a vice president with Salomon Smith Barney in its global telecommunications group. An economics graduate of Harvard University, he earned an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.

Griesmar is senior VP at Columbia Bank

Columbia Bank appointed Andrea Griesmar senior vice president for human resources at the Columbia financial institution. She will oversee employee recruitment and development, related administrative activities, and will develop the bank's customer call center. A graduate of Purdue University, she lives in Eldersburg.

Professional

Briggs is project architect with Murphy & Dittenhafer

Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects named Joseph A. Briggs as a project architect. He will design and manage housing, educational, religious and performing arts projects for the Baltimore firm.

The former vice president of Probst-Mason is also adjunct professor at the Maryland Institute, College of Art and chairs the ARCHITALX lecture series. A graduate of Ball State University, Briggs is active with the Sandtown Habitat for Humanity and a member of the American Institute of Architects.

Commercial real estate

McMahon is a manager at Nottingham Properties

Nottingham Properties Inc. retained Charles E. McMahon as a development project manager.

The Towson University and Columbia University graduate will be responsible for the White Marsh company's commercial property development portfolio. McMahon had been real estate manager for Highwoods Properties Inc.

Pub Date: 4/05/99

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