People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

December 07, 2004

Advertising

GKV promotes Clark to art director

GKV Communications promoted Mary Clark to art director for the Locust Point-based advertising, public relations, branding and communications firm. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, the Baltimore resident is responsible for creative input and design for the campaigns of various agency clients.

Banking and Finance

Keogh, Watkins join PSA as account executives

PSA Financial Services appointed Timothy M. Keogh and Joseph M. Watkins as account executives for the Lutherville firm of insurance brokers, benefits and financial managers, planners and advisers.

Keogh, a graduate of Mount St. Joseph, specializes in small business marketing and was formerly with Schoenfeld Insurance Associates.

Watkins, assigned to its CMI Insurance Specialists division, specializes in accident and health insurance for international travelers. Formerly with Hartford Life Insurance Co., he is a graduate of St. Alphonsus College.

Commercial Real Estate

Gravius, Wilner, O'Donnell take posts at NAI KLNB

NAI KLNB Management appointed Nicole H. Gravius as a lease administrator, Ryan Wilner as an associate and John E. O'Donnell Jr. as a building engineer for the locally-based assets and property management firm.

Gravius is responsible for preparing leases, processing attendant invoices and certain financial functions. A graduate of Susquehanna University, the Ellicott City resident was formerly with M. Leo Storch Management Corp.

Wilner, a graduate of Columbia University, assists in the leasing and sales of shopping centers in Baltimore, Washington and Northern Virginia. Formerly with Ripco Real Estate Corp., he lives in Baltimore.

O'Donnell oversees preventive maintenance and repairs, controls and property equipment in company-managed commercial properties. A graduate of Northern High School, the Baltimore resident was formerly with the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

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