Moving Up

MOVING UP

October 03, 2007

Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association named Sam Rogers to the newly created position of executive vice president and chief marketing officer. He will oversee all leisure and convention marketing for the bureau. The group also named Chad Chappell as director of national accounts.

Marriott International Inc. announced the selection of Bancroft Gordon as corporate secretary, vice president and senior counsel.Hospitality

Advertising

Euro RSCG Baltimore appointed Anya G. Cappolla as director of strategic planning for the marketing communications agency.

Banking-finance

Bradford Bank announced that Nancy Bell joined the Rodgers Forge institution's commercial lending division as vice president.

AmericasBank appointed Faye Currie vice president and manager of its Annapolis Community Bank and Emil Keller as vice president of commercial banking at Towson Community Bank.

Wachovia named Trent B. Williams as director of wealth management private banking for the regional bank's northeast region.

Brown Advisory said Pierce Dunn has been made a partner in the Baltimore-based regional independent investment firm.

Education

Tai Sophia Institute announced that Frank Vitale was elected vice president for business and finance and corporate treasurer of the Laurel-based school of alternative healing arts.

Health care

Howard County General Hospital, a unit of Johns Hopkins Medicine, appointed Sharon P. Hadsell as senior vice president of patient care services.

Services

Oasis Design Group said Katharine Kyle Mundy joined the Baltimore landscape, architecture and urban design firm as a project landscape designer.

Naden/Lean LLC named Sayo Macino to the Timonium-based accounting firm's outsourced bookkeeping division.

Simondr appointed Lisa Beck to the staff of the Baltimore-based veterinary digital radiography services firm as director of operations.

Real estate

Alex. Brown Realty Inc. announced that Clay R. Goodier joined the Baltimore real estate firm's acquisition team as an investment analyst.

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