People on the Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

December 30, 2003

New Positions

Network security provider names Mancuso sales VP

SafeNet Inc., a private and public network security solutions provider, announced the appointment of Vince Mancuso as vice president, government sales. He will manage all aspects of customer activity in the firm's Enterprise Security Division, which deals with government business. Before joining the Baltimore company, he was an executive officer with Mercury Computer Systems Inc.

Legal and Insurance

Duke joins Ober/Kaler as associate in labor

Ober/Kaler admitted Neil E. Duke as an associate in the regional law firm's Baltimore office. He will practice in the employment & labor group defending contractual and statutory claims and advising clients on workplace issues. Formerly with Gordon, Feinblatt Rotham, Hoffberger & Hollander, the University of Baltimore law school graduate is a member of the Maryland and Washington bars. He is an Air Force veteran and is active with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives and the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources.

Hospitality & Tourism

Convention bureau names regional sales managers

The Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association has appointed Regina Rink and Catherine MacKinnon as regional sales managers.

Rink, formerly with Marriott International, is a graduate of The Catholic University of America and will supervise the association's Washington sales office. MacKinnon, assigned to the Chicago office, was a sales manager for David Green Associates. Both will have responsibility for generating new convention and meeting business in their respective market areas.

Commercial Real Estate

Carrye Campbell joins property management firm

NAI KLNB Management announced that Carrye Campbell joined the Baltimore-based regional assets and property management firm as an administrative assistant. A graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the New Market resident will have responsibility for generating and distributing reports and other clerical functions.

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