People on the Move


January 27, 2004

New Positions

Constellation, subsidiary name 3 vice presidents

Constellation Energy Group announced that its subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy, appointed Carrie Cullen Hitt vice president, government and regulatory affairs, and Daniel J. Sullivan, vice president, marketing.

The parent company named Roger C. Cockroft vice president of its Six Sigma programs.

Hitt most recently was the company's director of New England government and regulatory affairs. Before joining Constellation in 1999, she was with Green Mountain Energy Co. A Clark University graduate, she holds a master's degree from the Johns Hopkins University. Hitt will remain based in the firm's Boston offices.

Sullivan, formerly with Tractebel Energy Services, holds a master's degree in marketing from the University of Michigan. He will be based at the Baltimore headquarters.

Cockroft, who will also be based in the Baltimore headquarters, is a native of England and a graduate of the University of Central England at Birmingham. He will have responsibility for Six Sigma and other process re-engineering initiatives.

Clay is executive chef at Rusty Scupper

Rusty Scupper restaurant in the Inner Harbor named Kenneth Fitzgerald Clay executive chef.

Formerly with Clyde's of Columbia and a graduate of the Culinary School of Washington, he prepared inaugural dinners for Presidents Reagan and Clinton. The Bowie resident conducts cooking classes at Fretz Corp. in Columbia and is a guest lecturer at Anne Arundel Community College and guest chef at the Baltimore International Culinary College.

Advertising and Public Relations

CotterTeam's Womack has Charles Town account

The CotterTeam, an advertising and marketing agency based in Ellicott City, appointed Erika Womack account executive for Charles Town Races & Slots. A graduate of Norfolk State University, she was formerly with Chess Communications Group.

Banking and Finance

Calderwood takes post with K Bank in Howard

K Bank said Tammy Calderwood has joined the Owings Mills-based bank as new residential lending officer. She will focus on construction and construction permanent financing.

A graduate of Bucks College, she is active in the Maryland Mortgage Broker Association, the Home Builders Association of Maryland and the Howard County Board of Realtors. Formerly a vice president at First Potomac Mortgage, the Howard County resident also owned her own mortgage company.

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