Moving Up


Tracking job changes and awards

July 27, 2005


Rooftop Communications LLC announced that Karen Coker has joined the Canton advertising and public relations agency as an account executive. The Towson University graduate was formerly with Millennium Chemicals.

Vitamin, the Baltimore-based graphic design and marketing firm, named Amanda Karfakis vice president of communications. She will supervise strategic development, new business and public relations initiatives.


BB&T appointed Peggy Singleton-Wilson as vice president at its Annapolis office. She joined the regional bank in 1992.

MECU of Baltimore appointed Christina D. Vaughan as its credit union compliance officer.


Safeway Inc. named Hank Cominiello as president of the food market chain's Lanham-based eastern division. He will oversee the company's Safeway and Genuardi's stores.


Skye Hospitality LLC named Christopher D. Guerrero general manager of the Hampton Inn & Suites at Arundel Mills.


Pinnacle Care International has chosen Carolyn O'Keefe as vice president of communications for the Baltimore-based private health care management firm. She will direct the firm's marketing, communications and special events.

Greater Baltimore Medical Center announced the selection of Matthew J. Tresansky as director of food and nutrition services. He will supervise the hospital's food and nutrition programs as well as its new cafe.

University of Maryland Medical System appointed Rick E. Dunning as vice president of facilities planning, design and construction. He is responsible for all new building and major renovations within the six-hospital medical system.


Urbanite appointed Jean M. Meconi as general manager, Susan R. Levy as senior account executive and Kerri J. Haas as an account executive for the Baltimore-area lifestyle magazine.


Acme Paper & Supply named Julie Harman marketing communications manager. Acme, based in Savage, distributes food service supplies and retail and industrial packaging.

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