New positionsLori Riordan vice president at Comcast...

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May 03, 1999

New positions

Lori Riordan vice president at Comcast Cablevision

Comcast Cablevision appointed Lori Riordan as vice president of government affairs for the cable company's mid-Atlantic division. She will monitor and oversee franchise renewals and act as liaison with state and federal officials.

A law graduate of the University of Maryland, Riordan is a member of Women in Cable and Communications, the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, and is on the board of the Columbia Arts Festival.


Arlette Bright to practice at Hyatt, Peters & Weber

Arlette Bright has joined the Annapolis law firm of Hyatt, Peters & Weber. A graduate of the Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Del., she will practice in the fields of commercial real estate and financing.

Bright is a member of several national honor societies and the American Bar Association. She formerly was associated with the Baltimore firm of Piper & Marbury.


Flach a managing partner at Grant Thornton

Grant Thornton, accountant and consultants, named Arthur E. Flach managing partner of its Baltimore office. A master's graduate of the University of Baltimore, he joined the firm in 1978 and became a partner in 1989. He is active with the Children's Cancer Foundation.

Fastner is staff accountant at Grabush, Newman

Grabush, Newman & Co. named Elizabeth Fastner a staff accountant with the Towson regional accounting and management consulting firm. A resident of Reisterstown, the Towson University graduate is a member of the All Baltimore County Choir.

Health care

Litchman runs public affairs for UM School of Medicine

The University of Maryland School of Medicine named Jennifer Benson Litchman as its public affairs director. A resident of Annapolis, the American University master's graduate formerly was public information manager of the Business Roundtable, an organization of Fortune 500 companies.

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