New positions Bauer is manager at effective-e Lisa...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

May 21, 2001

New positions

Bauer is manager at effective-e

Lisa Bauer has joined the Baltimore Web-based applications developer effective-e as business development manager. The company is a division of the ACI Group.

Bauer graduated from Mount St. Mary's College and lives in Parkton. She formerly was the Baltimore-area sales manager for Titan Technology Partners, based in Charlotte, N.C.

Rychlak senior VP, CFO at Environment Elements

Environmental Elements Corp. promoted Lawrence Rychlak to senior vice president and chief financial officer for the Baltimore-based provider of air pollution control services and equipment.

Formerly a management consultant and senior financial officer, Rychlak holds a bachelor's and M.B.A. degrees from Loyola College.

Enterprise promotes Werwath, Manekin

The Enterprise Foundation, based in Columbia, promoted Peter Werwath to vice president and deputy director of program services and Ed Manekin to chief reengineering officer.

Werwath, also a faculty member of the Affordable Housing Institute at Harvard University, has management oversight of nationwide programs to aid employment, economic development, public safety and housing improvement.

Manekin is a certified public accountant and certified fraud examiner, as well as a former instructor for the Institute of Internal Auditors. He oversees operational improvement at the foundation and its subsidiaries.

Advertising

L. Howard names Sagal senior account executive

Lawrence Howard & Associates Inc. hired Caryn R. Sagal as a senior account executive at the Reisterstown-based business-to-business advertising and market research agency.

She is responsible for developing public relations and advertising campaigns, overseeing special events and supervising the internship staff. An honors graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, Sagal was formerly with Knezic/Pavone Advertising of Harrisburg, Pa.

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