People on the Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

May 25, 2004

New Positions

Keane appointed director of Johns Hopkins Press

The Johns Hopkins University Press has appointed Kathleen Keane director of the nation's oldest university press. She joined the publishing unit in 2002 as director of finance and operations. A master's in business administration graduate of the University of Virginia, she formerly was a vice president and chief publishing officer at Harcourt Health Sciences.

Infinity names Labrozzi VP of programming

Infinity Broadcasting named Dave Labrozzi vice president of programming for the Towson-based company's five Baltimore- area radio stations. He is responsible for programming and operations for WLIF, WQSR, WWMX, WXYV and WJFK. He formerly was a vice president with Clear Channel in Pittsburgh.

Melfa is sales, marketing chief for Badolato Granite

Badolato Granite LLC appointed Philip A. Melfa as director of sales and marketing for the White Marsh-based fabricator of custom granite and marble products. Formerly a regional sales manager for First National Equity Inc., the Timonium resident and Bowdoin College graduate was a Navy pilot and is a Desert Storm combat veteran.

Legal and Insurance

Bodman is associate at Rollins, Smalkin

Rollins, Smalkin, Richards & Mackie said Jerry Matthew Bodman has joined the Baltimore law firm as an associate. He will practice in general litigation and workers' compensation. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, the Crofton resident earned his law degree at the University of Baltimore.

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