Moving Up


Tracking job changes and awards

September 07, 2005


Rummel, Klepper & Kahl LLP announced that Sonya Y. Brown and Eric M. Klein have been named associates of the regional engineering and consulting firm headquartered in Baltimore.

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond elected Kathleen M. Davis a partner. She has been with the regional accounting and business consulting firm since 1990. The Hunt Valley firm also appointed Renee A. Curreri as a vice president in its Evergreen.cfo consulting division.

Forest City Enterprises named Suzanne Warren a vice president in the science and technology group and as project director for its New East Baltimore Community, a joint venture with local builders and developers.


Greater Baltimore Medical Center named Baltimore County Circuit Judge Vicki Ballou-Watts and attorney Stuart O. Simms to the hospital's board of directors.

Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland announced the election of Brian C. Rogers, chief investment officer of the T. Rowe Price Group, to a post on its board of directors.


Bonnie Heneson Communications named Caroline Jackson an account executive. She will write and edit client material and supervise special events. She had been the Owings Mills agency's publications coordinator.

Incite Creative Inc. appointed Tiffany Madden Lundquist as project manager. She will assist with scheduling, budgeting and business development for the Baltimore firm.

Catalpha Advertising & Design promoted Susan DiStefano to senior graphic designer. Also, Christian Childs, Briana Kolva and Timi Majekodunmi have joined the design staff of the Towson agency.

Warschawski appointed Stephanie Sheeran as a director for the Baltimore advertising, branding and marketing firm. She is responsible for day-to-day activity and strategic direction of client accounts and assists in new business development.


NAI KLNB Management named Antoinette G. Huber corporate staff accountant for the Baltimore regional assets and property management firm.


The University of Maryland appointed Dr. Donna L. Parker as associate dean for student affairs at the UM School of Medicine. She will oversee all activities of the Office of Student Affairs and provide guidance and administrative services to the medical students.

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