New positions Jurkowsky named VP of Lockheed naval unit...


December 11, 2000

New positions

Jurkowsky named VP of Lockheed naval unit

Lockheed Martin Corp. appointed Thomas J. Jurkowsky vice president, communications and public affairs, for its Baltimore-based naval electronics and surveillance systems division. A 30-year Navy veteran and retired rear admiral, he was chief of naval information before joining the Bethesda-headquartered defense and space technology contractor. Jurkowsky graduated from Boston University and holds a master's degree from American University.

Sahady vice president at ActLikeAnOwner

ActLikeAnOwner named Phil Sahady as vice president for product development for the Columbia-based Internet commerce service. Formerly a managing director with Impact Innovations Group LLC, the Loyola College MBA graduate lives in Potomac.

Legal and insurance

Morton is partner at Venable, Baetjer

Venable, Baetjer & Howard said Charles W. Morton has joined the firm as a partner in its Baltimore office. He practices in the firm's business division in the areas of business planning, commercial transaction and commercial litigation.

A graduate of the University of Maryland law school, he is a member of the American, Maryland and Baltimore bar associations and is an adjunct professor at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. Morton previously was a partner in the law firm of Wright Constable & Skeen.

Health care

Patricia Brown president of Hopkins HealthCare

Johns Hopkins Medicine appointed Patricia M. C. Brown president of Johns Hopkins HealthCare, which provides administrative and technical support for Employer Health Programs, a health plan administrator for self-insured companies, and Priority Partners, its licensed managed-care unit for people on state medical assistance.

She is also president of Employer Health Programs and heads the Office of Managed Care.

Before joining Hopkins in 1994 as a senior legal counsel, the Severna Park resident and University of Baltimore law graduate was an assistant attorney general and counsel to the Maryland Medical Assistance Program.

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