Moving Up

MOVING UP

May 14, 2008

Advertising

*MGH announced that Dennis Cashen joined the Owings Mills-based marketing communications agency as a senior planning supervisor in its media department. The Baltimore resident is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's University and was formerly with Planit Advertising Inc.

*Devaney & Associates named Amy Gorman as controller, Kristen McNally a production manager and Dana Metzger as a public relations specialist at the Baltimore advertising and public relations firm.

FOR THE RECORD - Because of incorrect information supplied by Bay National Bank, John R. Walker, a senior vice president, was misidentified in an item in the Moving Up feature in yesterday's Business section.
The Sun regrets the errors.

Banking

*Bay National Bank, based in Lutherville, promoted Hugh L. Robinson II to executive vice president, in charge of the commercial banking team. Bay also hired William L. Peters as senior vice president, commercial banking, and Todd A. Brown and John R. Walker as vice presidents, commercial banking, at its Corridor branch in Columbia.

Health care

*Patient First hired Jodie Daniecki as an occupational health sales and marketing representative for the Maryland market

Cultural

*The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra selected Tracy Tajbl as senior director of external affairs at its Bethesda venue, The Music Center at Strathmore. She is responsible for fundraising activities for the orchestra's second home, in Montgomery County. A graduate of Syracuse University, she has 14 years' experience in nonprofit fundraising.

Insurance

*The Baltimore Life Cos. appointed Malay Subramaniam as agency manager for the company's Baltimore agency.

Professional services

*Widearea Systems announced that Rick Mealy joined the Frederick-based convergence technology company as vice president of sales. Formerly with Sprint Nextel, he is a graduate of State University of New York, Oswego.

*Smith Litho appointed Bill Wilkinson as manager of material operations at the commercial printing firm's Rockville manufacturing operation.

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