Moving Up

MOVING UP

July 23, 2008

Banking

* K Bank announced that Bruce P. Hojnacki joined the Owings Mills-based bank as branch manager and business development officer at its Bel Air location. He formerly was with Madison Square Federal Savings Bank.

Construction

* Encore Construction Inc. appointed Adam White as a project manager. Formerly with Paragon Construction LLC, he supervises the processes and scheduling of all restaurant, retail and office projects for the Annapolis-based regional builder.

* Gilbane Building Co., based in Laurel, named Dennis L. Curl vice president of the firm. He also is a senior project executive for the company.

Education

* Mount St. Mary's University appointed Carolyn Jacobson as director of graduate and adult business programs and professor of information systems at the Emmitsburg institution. She formerly was with Marymount University.

* The College of Notre Dame of Maryland selected Rebecca Wagner Straub as director of the school's Renaissance Institute. She formerly was head of the lower school at Ruxton Country School.

Insurance

* Riggs, Counselman, Michaels & Downes named Jeffrey Embow to the staff as a sales account executive in the financial sales department of the Towson-based insurance brokerage. Assigned to the Towson office, he will work with clients in Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Media

* WTMD-FM 89.7 at Towson University named Frank J. Diller III as membership director and Amy Jaine Wielunski as manager of online services for the public radio station.

* Urbanite, the monthly city life magazine, made two appointments to its sales staff. Catherine Bowen joins as a senior account executive and Jacqueline Wezwick as an account executive.

Organizations

* US Lacrosse, the Baltimore-based national sports governing body, appointed Deloris Mabins-Adenekan as associate director of financial development, Phil Recchio as annual fund manager and Nathaniel Badder as manager of lacrosse officials training and education.

Professional services

* L2M, a Baltimore-based architecture and food-service design firm, named Jack Lyle, commercial and institutional, and Jeanne Schleicher, retail design studios, as designers.

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