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December 26, 2007


MGH announced that Britney Bove, human resources manager, Kelley Satterthwaite, an interactive account executive, and Jennifer Csontos, a media assistant, have joined the Owings Mills-based marketing and communications agency.

Banking and finance

Baltimore County Savings Bank appointed Daniel Wernecke as executive vice president, commercial, residential and consumer lending, and Kathy Gesswein as vice president and human resources manager.


Enterprise Homes announced that Ned Howe joined the Baltimore-based regional homebuilder as director of development and new business. Formerly with KCW Engineering Technologies Inc., he holds degrees from the Johns Hopkins University and Georgia Institute of Technology.


Baltimore International College named award-winning chefs Michael Wagner, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and former instructor at Harford Community College, and Frederick Parmenter, a Stockton State College graduate and instructor at Anne Arundel Community College, to the faculty of the culinary art and hospitality management school.

Goucher College appointed Kate Pipkin as director of communications for the Towson coed liberal arts college. She earned a master of liberal arts degree from the Johns Hopkins University.


Security+Life Safety Systems magazine announced the selection of Ed Brown as managing editor of the Bethesda-based publication. Formerly with necdigest, a publication of the National Fire Protection Association, he holds master's degrees in engineering and sociology.

Maryland Public Broadcasting named Steven Schupak senior vice president for content enterprises, Marty Jacobs vice president and chief financial officer, and Gladys Kaplan as vice president of facilities and human resources.

On the board

Fortisphere announced the appointments of Jim Melvin and Richard Vieira to seats on the Glenwood-based company's board of directors.


Anne Arundel Economic Development Corp. appointed Lisa L. Webb as business development director. Formerly with the Harford County Office of Economic Development, she earned a master's in business administration from the University of Phoenix.

Professional services

Notari Associates named Alexis Smislova Jr. manager of architectural services for the Baltimore-based architectural, planning and interior design firm. The Silver Spring resident is a graduate of Tulane University.

Hord Coplan Macht Inc. appointed Matthew DeWolfe as a construction administrator for the Baltimore-based architecture and landscape architecture firm. He received his master's degree in architecture from Texas A&M University and is a member of the Construction Specifications Institute.

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