New positions Constellation promotes McHugh to vice...


June 05, 2000

New positions

Constellation promotes McHugh to vice president

Constellation Energy Group, parent of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and other subsidiaries, promoted Janet E. McHugh to vice president of human resources.

She has direct responsibility for all functions in the human resources department, including compensation, benefits and organizational development. A resident of Baltimore County, McHugh is a graduate of the Duke University School of Law.


Gilden hires Leath as account executive

Gilden Advertising hired Lesli Proctor Leath as an account executive for the Roland Park ad and design agency, which specializes in representing high-technology clients.

A Towson University graduate, the Glen Burnie resident was formerly with the marketing department of Legg Mason Wood Walker.

Banking and finance

Regal Bank & Trust names Goldberg a vice president

Regal Bank & Trust announced that Deborah Goldberg joined the Owings Mills financial institution as vice president of business development. She was formerly with Bank of America.

A 15-year banking veteran, Goldberg is a graduate of Dickinson College and active in the National Association of Women Business Owners.


Barbara A. Veldhuizen joins CRM Consultants

CRM Consultants Inc. hired Barbara A. Veldhuizen as a human resource consultant at the Towson-based risk management and human resource consulting firm.

She formerly was deputy director with the Baltimore office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. A graduate of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, she is active with Meals On Wheels and the Ronald McDonald House.

Health care

Fariss a media director for UM Medical System

The University of Maryland Medical System named Gwen Fariss as assistant director of media relations. She will release information to, and coordinate staff interviews with, the news media on research, medical advances and patient care.

The Shrewsbury, Pa., resident formerly was director of media relations for the Maryland Science Center.

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