Advertising Warschawski promotes Bognaski to junior VP...

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

April 09, 2002

Advertising

Warschawski promotes Bognaski to junior VP

Warschawski Public Relations promoted Amy Bognaski, formerly a senior associate with the agency, to junior vice president. She will be responsible for overseeing client accounts in various industries and will assist in new business development.

Before joining the Mount Washington-based firm, she was the public relations and marketing coordinator for the Maryland Historical Society.

Wassell joins MGH as senior art director

MGH announced that Dave Wassell joined the Owings Mills advertising and public relations agency as senior art director.

Formerly with Cornerstone Advertising, the award-winning Towson University graduate will direct the creative aspects of print and broadcast ad campaigns for clients in the food and snack and performing arts and entertainment industries.

Banking and finance

1st Mariner appoints new development officer

1st Mariner Bank has appointed Stephen Wientge as business development officer. He will be responsible for development of new account relationships. Weintge was formerly a commercial banker with Bank of America.

A graduate of Towson University, he is active with the Eastern Baltimore and Essex, Middle River and White Marsh chambers of commerce.

Legal and insurance

Law firm picks Rosenthal to lead business services

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, the Baltimore-based regional law firm, elected Herman Rosenthal as chairman of its business services department.

He will direct the group's strategic growth and administrative operations, as well as continue as head of the law firm's tax section. Rosenthal received his law degree and a graduate degree in public policy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Health care

Anson joins Meridian as director of sales

Meridian Medical Technologies Inc. announced that Ronald T. Anson, formerly with Vasomedical Corp., has joined the company as director of sales for its cardiopulmonary systems unit.

The Central Washington University graduate will develop, train and manage a national field sales force for the Columbia firm's new electrocardiac mapping system.

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