New positions Pennysaver names Bumba marketing manager...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

September 17, 2001

New positions

Pennysaver names Bumba marketing manager

Pennysaver Group Inc. promoted Tracy Bumba to marketing manager of the Hanover-based weekly shoppers guide. She supervises the marketing department as well as the development of promotional advertising campaigns. A graduate of Towson University, she is pursuing a master's degree at the Johns Hopkins University.

Banking and finance

Madera is vice president at Key Bank and Trust

Key Bank and Trust hired Martin H. Madera as vice president of commercial lending for the Owings Mills-headquartered bank, where he will advise clients as a commercial lender and business development officer. A 31-year veteran of the banking industry, he was formerly with NationsBank and Potomac Valley Bank. A University of Maryland graduate, the Laurel resident is active with the Seton Keough High School Parents Association and Severna Park Chamber of Commerce.

Health care

Katz, Forrest take posts at Medicalliance

Medicalliance Inc., a Columbia-based medical educational and publishing company, appointed Jay Katz vice president of corporate development and Kenneth Forrest director of business development.

Katz, a former senior vice president of Mosby-Yearbook Inc. and private consultant, is responsible for strategic and business development initiatives. Forrest joined the firm from Health Process Management Inc., where he held a similar position. He has responsibility for the identification and pursuit of sales opportunities.

Phillips information chief at NeighborCare

NeighborCare Inc. named Charles Phillips III as a divisional chief information officer for the Baltimore-based subsidiary of Genesis Health Ventures Inc., responsible for computer information systems. The Ellicott City resident is a graduate of the University of Maryland and previously was a vice president with Vitalink Pharmacy Services Inc.

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