Moving Up

MOVING UP

October 10, 2007

Advertising

Pinnacle Communications appointed Julie Bolster as accounting and traffic manager for the Baltimore-based advertising agency.

Banking-finance

1st Mariner Bank announced the appointment of Jennifer Lavin as vice president and director of corporate communications.

Lafayette Federal Credit Union in Kensington selected B. John Farmakides as its president and chief executive officer.

Adrian Day Asset Management appointed Clayton W. Bartel as president and chief executive officer of the Annapolis-based private investment management firm.

Education

College of Notre Dame of Maryland announced that Anne Y. F. Lin was named as founding dean of the North Baltimore college's newly formed School of Pharmacy.

Health care

Greater Baltimore Medical Center named Brian McCagh its executive director of oncology.

Legal-insurance

Saul Ewing LLP said Sheryl Robinson Wood joined the regional law firm as a partner in the litigation department of its Baltimore office.

Thomas and Libowitz PA appointed Vasilios Peros to direct the regional law firm's technology and intellectual property group.

On the board

MacroGenics Inc. elected Jeffrey H. Buchalter, president, chief executive officer and chairman of Enzon Pharmaceuticals Inc., as chairman of the board of directors for the Rockville-based biotechnology company.

Brown Advisory named Gordon F. Rainey Jr. to the regional investment firm's board of directors.

Services

Atlantic Industrial Inc. appointed its president, Steven Sisney, as chief executive officer of the Columbia-based construction industry services company.

Cannon Design named Tori L. Abbott marketing coordinator for the Baltimore-based architectural, engineering and planning firm.

McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond appointed Robert L. Passerelli as director of accounting services; Aretie Athanasiou and Jennifer A. Fair as staff accountants; and Theresa M. Holston as small business adviser.

Aronson & Co. of Rockville named Jeffrey P. Capron to head its diversified commercial services group.

Clifton Gunderson announced that Charles Mannion joined the Baltimore-based regional accounting firm as a manager and that Chris Bush, Jill Verdi and Kelly O'Connor were named as associates.

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