Advertising Tourlitis, Siclare, Shavitz join Gilden...


March 06, 2000


Tourlitis, Siclare, Shavitz join Gilden Advertising

Gilden Advertising appointed Shari L. Tourlitis media director and Alyson Siclare and Brian Shavitz as account coordinators for the Roland Park firm, which specializes in advertising and design for high-technology companies.

Formerly with Brennan Advertising, Tourlitis is a Hampstead resident. Tourlitis is a member of the National Association of Female Executives and the Society to Advance Media Professionalism.

Siclare, a Loyola College graduate, lives in Mount Washington. Shavitz is a resident of Owings Mills and graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Health care

Beal, Fernandez appointed directors at Md. General

Maryland General Hospital appointed James Beal as director of management information systems and Andre Fernandez as direc- tor of environmental services for the Baltimore health care facility.

Beal oversees operations and develops long-range strategic planning for the management information systems. He formerly was with Mercy Information Systems, Battle Creek Health System in Michigan. He lives in Silver Spring.

Fernandez, former operations manager for Crothall Healthcare Inc. in Richmond, Va., supervises daily staff operations and oversees supervisor training and orientation. The Owings Mills resident is an engineering graduate of the City College of the City University of New York.

Commercial real estate

Donato, Ward take posts with Continental Realty

Continental Realty Corp. retained David P. Donato as a corporate leasing representative and Jeff Ward as a project manager for the Baltimore commercial property leasing agency.

Donato is a resident of Baltimore and formerly was with Crown Central Petroleum Corp. He is an candidate for a master of business administration degree at Loyola College.

Ward, a Westminster resident and formerly president of Jeff Ward Construction, will oversee all major construction projects for the company and have responsibility for the management of Belvedere Plaza, Carney Village Shopping Center and Northview Shopping Center.

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