People on the Move


October 12, 2004

New Positions

Howard, DuLong take positions at Ciena Corp.

Ciena Corp. announced that Laura Howard joined the company as senior vice president of marketing, and that Suzanne DuLong was named chief communications officer for the Linthicum-based provider of intelligent service creation and delivery solutions.

Howard is responsible for market development and positioning of the company's new identity and expanded product families. A graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, she was formerly the chief marketing officer of ProQuent.

DuLong, who earned her master's in business from Bentley College, will have direct responsibility for investor relations as well as oversee company relationships and perception building of the company, its strategy and products.

NOW Technology Group selects Haynes president

NOW Technology Group announced that Thomas Haynes was selected president of the Baltimore-headquartered company that provides Web-based production communications for marketing and on-demand printing. He is the founder and former president of Indianapolis-based Haynes and Partners Communications and has completed consulting engagements for many Fortune 500 companies, including General Electric and IBM.

Hospitality & Tourism

Marriott Renaissance hires Stephanie Sharple

Marriott Renaissance Harborplace Hotel named Stephanie Sharple as senior sales manager. She will maintain current relationships, attend trade shows and local organizational events and forge new business with local corporations. She is a graduate of Louisiana State University and joins the Inner Harbor hotel from Marriott in Philadelphia.

Legal & Insurance

Richard F. Waddington joins Whiteford, Taylor

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston admitted Richard F. Waddington to the Baltimore law firm as counsel in its real estate group. A graduate of the American University, Washington College of Law, he was formerly with the offices of Willkie Farr & Gallagher. A resident of Howard County, he is active with the American, Maryland and District of Columbia bar associations and the Environmental Law Institute.

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