Moving Up

MOVING UP

April 16, 2008

Banking and finance

Susquehanna Bank appointed Rebecca Sinclair as assistant vice president and commercial relationship manager in its Hunt Valley-based commercial and industrial lending division. She was formerly with Presidential Financial Corporation of the Chesapeake.

Defense

ATK Mission Systems Group, with headquarters in Southeast Baltimore, announced that Ronnie Petty joined the firm as vice president - supply chain. He previously was with Raytheon Missile Systems.

Education

Villa Julie College announced the appointments of Thomas E. Allen as assistant vice president for information technology and Christopher Ogle Jr. as manager of the mailroom and material management department.

Health care

HealthExtras Inc. announced the selection of Hai Tran as chief financial officer for the Rockville-based pharmacy benefits management company. He will be responsible for all financial operations, external reporting and financial planning.

Impulse Monitoring Inc., with headquarters in Columbia, appointed Christopher Brown as vice president of sales for the intraoperative neuromonitoring services provider.

Hospitality and tourism

Hyatt Regency Baltimore announced the appointments of Anthony Perry as manager and George Gomez as chef for the Inner Harbor hotel's Pisces restaurant.

Insurance

Hilb Rogal and Hobbs, the international insurance brokerage, named Tracie Torbeck and Susan Lane as assistant vice presidents of the firm's Hunt Valley office.

Nonprofits

The Arc of Baltimore has named Ron Christian as assistant executive director of community living and Kimberly Diem as director of human resources for the Baltimore-based assistance group for the developmentally disabled.

Real Estate

Heritage Properties Inc. appointed Chris J. Morris to executive vice president and Peter A. Waldron to vice president of development for the Towson-based commercial real estate development and management company.

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