New positions Benelogic data posts go to Bergener...

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March 19, 2002

New positions

Benelogic data posts go to Bergener, Brooks

Benelogic LLC announced the appointments of Jason Bergener as data exchange coordinator and Angela Brooks as data exchange administrator for the Timonium-based software applications and services provider.

Bergener is a former project manager/program analyst with Allfirst Trust and is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Brooks, a graduate of the Watterson Business Institution, was a systems analyst with e.spire Communications.

Aquarium names Johnson community affairs director

The National Aquarium in Baltimore has named Laura Johnson director of community affairs. Formerly public relations account director for McDonald's Co-Op of Greater Baltimore, Johnson is a graduate of Hofstra University. An Elkridge resident, she is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and is active with the program's committee of the Franciscan Youth Center.

Legal and insurance

Kelly & Associates appoints Zenger, Mace

Kelly & Associates Insurance Group has appointed Tricia Zenger director of corporate communications and Wes Mace director of technology integration for the Hunt Valley-based group insurance administrator, brokerage and consulting firm.

Zenger, a Parkville resident and graduate of Towson University, will coordinate and implement advertising, marketing, event planning and communications for the firm's divisions. Mace is responsible for the research, planning and execution of system enhancements for the firm's administrative database and for the development of web tools. A resident of Pikesville, he is a graduate of West Virginia University. Both joined the firm in 1997.

Professional

McIlnay joins NuTec as design manager

NuTec Design Associate Inc. has announced that David N. McIlnay joined the Hunt Valley architectural and engineering consulting firm as design manager. McIlnay holds undergraduate degrees from Pennsylvania State University and Dickinson College. He also has studied at the Architectural Association in London. He y headed his private practice in York, Pa.

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