Business Notes

BUSINESS NOTES

May 14, 2006|By MARCIA CEPHUS

AACC president to speak at meeting

The BWI Business Partnership invites the public to attend the May Spirit of Success breakfast meeting at 7:45 a.m. Thursday at Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, BWI Airport, 7032 Elm Road.

The featured speaker is Martha A. Smith, president of Anne Arundel Community College.

Reservations are required by Tuesday. Attendance is free for members and $40 for nonmembers.

Information: 410-859-1000.

Motivational talks, workshops planned

Senior staff members at Anne Arundel Community College will hold motivational lectures and professional workshops for administrative professionals Thursday through May 21 at the Radisson Hotel Annapolis, 210 Holiday Court.

The lectures are part of the annual conference for the International Association of Administrative Professionals. It features four days of networking, informational meetings, briefs, lectures and professional workshops.

Information: 410-777-2161 or www.iaap-hq.org.

Hyatt Commercial appoints 2 directors

Hyatt Commercial Management Co. has appointed Jack P. Kelly of Annapolis as vice president and director of sales and leasing, and Joseph M. Brown of Pasadena as vice president of property management.

Before joining Hyatt Commercial, Kelly was involved in the building, leasing and management of shopping centers for Carrollton Enterprises. He also worked for the Carey Winston Co. as a commercial broker before opening the Kelly Co., which he ran for 20 years.

Brown will oversee day-to-day operations for the properties managed by Hyatt. He has worked in commercial and residential real estate management and construction throughout the Baltimore-Washington region.

Lobbying firm names manager

Erin Appel Giannetti of Laurel has joined Annapolis-based CTB Government Relations LLC as manager of government relations.

Giannetti's experience includes working in the House of Delegates and lobbying for a local nonprofit organization.

She received her law degree from the University of Maryland and holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

CTB was founded in 1985 by Carolyn T. Bonnet.

Information: 410-216-7880.

Corvette Annapolis picks new president

Sherry Arigo of Arnold has been elected president of Corvette Annapolis, making her the first female president of the organization.

Corvette Annapolis was established in 1991 and has more than 85 members. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Annapolis Public Library.

Information: 410-269-8888.

Officer honored by state retailers

The Maryland Retailers Association honored Detective Sharon McAllister of the Anne Arundel County Police Department at the seventh annual Law Enforcement Awards Program.

The awards program recognizes the accomplishments of officers who protect businesses and safeguard lives.

McAllister is the Southern Maryland Region recipient for her efforts in combating retail crime.

Information: 410-269-1440.

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