New positions Interim Financial names Ruffini to...


May 15, 2000

New positions

Interim Financial names Ruffini to Annapolis post

Interim Financial Solutions announced that John M. Ruffini has joined the regional staffing, employment and consulting firm as director of its office in Annapolis.

Ruffini is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park. He lives in Easton. Ruffini is a member of the Maryland Association of Professional Recruiters and is active with the Knights of Columbus.


Four join MGH; Homes is VP, creative services

MGH Advertising named Jennifer Homes vice president and creative services manager. The Baltimore resident manages the work flow of its creative department and oversee the firm's ad production schedule.

The Owings Mills-based agency named Tara Murphy, formerly of Shandwick Public Relations, as a public relations strategist; Shelli Kover, a Towson University graduate from Timonium, as an account executive; and Wanda Malihom as a media assistant.

Alperstein joins Weinberg as senior account manager

Weinberg Harris & Associates, the Pikesville-based marketing and communications agency, named Sari I. Alperstein as a senior account manager. The George Washington University graduate oversees account executive teams and develops marketing campaigns and media relations programs for clients.

Alperstein is a resident of Mount Washington. She has received several industry honors including the Public Relations Society of America 1999 Best In Maryland award.

Banking and finance

Harbor Bank promotes Lawson to vice president

Harbor Bank of Maryland has promoted Sheila Lawson to senior vice president, lending. She oversees the bank's loan portfolio and supervises the loan department staff. Formerly with Chase Manhattan, she joined the Baltimore-based financial institution in 1988. She lives in Baltimore County.

A member of Baltimore LINKS, she is also active in several community organizations and is a masters graduate of Johns Hopkins University.

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