People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

October 07, 2003

New Positions

Benson, Goulding take Allegheny posts

Allegheny Energy Inc. promoted David C. Benson to president of Allegheny Energy Supply Co. LLC, its energy supply subsidiary. Also, the Hagerstown-based energy company hired Philip L. Goulding as vice president for strategic planning of Allegheny Energy and chief commercial officer of Allegheny Energy Supply.

Benson, a 26-year veteran of the company, had been executive vice president of Allegheny Energy Supply. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, he has done graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh and completed management training school at the University of Idaho.

Goulding had led L.E.K. Consulting's North America energy practice since 1999 and was with Shell Oil Co. for 16 years before that. A graduate of Duke University, he holds a master's degree in finance from the University of Houston and completed Harvard Business School's Executive Program.

Banking and Finance

Harbor Bank promotes Williams, Lunsford

Harbor Bank of Maryland promoted Vickie L. Williams and Tarrian Lunsford to portfolio officers for the Baltimore-headquartered financial institution. They will manage loans and monitor loan policy guidelines and asset quality of the bank's commercial loan portfolio.

Williams, an Edgewood resident, graduated from Essex Community College and was formerly with First National Bank. Lunsford, formerly with Carrollton Bank, attended the University of Maryland, College Park and lives in Baltimore.

K Bank names Slagle, Lawson assistant VPs

K Bank, formerly Key Bank & Trust, hired Brian Slagle and June Lawson as assistant vice presidents and commercial lending officers for the Owings Mills-headquartered bank.

Slagle will focus on small business financing options. A Washington College graduate and Edgewater resident, he was formerly with BankAnnapolis. Lawson, an Ellicott City resident, holds degrees from Towson University and the University of Baltimore. She will be responsible for portfolio management.

Goldman joins ProFund as chief operating officer

ProFund Advisors LLC hired Richard A. Goldman as chief operating officer of the Bethesda indexed mutual fund company, with responsibility for day-to-day operations. Goldman formerly was with Deutsche Bank, where he was managing director and head of the financial institutions group in its asset management division. He graduated from the University of North Carolina and holds a master's degree in financial services from The American College.

Legal and Insurance

Morgan named associate at Shulman, Rogers

Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker of Rockville hired Carmen J. Morgan as an associate in its immigration, nationality and consular practice group. She will specialize in immigration matters. A former intern with U.S. Immigration Court, the University of Baltimore law graduate is a member of the Maryland Bar Association

Commercial Real Estate

Black is vice president at CoStar Group

CoStar Group Inc., a real estate information company in Bethesda, named Jim Black vice president of electronic media. He is the founder and former chief executive officer of Black's Guide Inc., the nation's largest publisher of office leasing directories. He will be responsible for leading and expanding the firm's electronic media sales force and will be involved in developing new products and tools to help building owners, brokers, lenders and commercial property professionals market their properties and services.

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