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September 5, 1996
Anne Arundel Community College has named Frances M. Turcott director of public relations and marketing.Turcott, who has held the same position at Harford Community College for five years and before that held it at Catonsville Community College for two years, will be responsible for planning, developing and coordinating college public relations and marketing programs.She also will co-chair the enrollment development committee with the dean for enrollment services.Turcott earned a bachelor's degree in foreign language education and a master's in educational psychology/guidance and counseling at the University of Tennessee.
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By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,tim.smith@baltsun.com | November 8, 2008
Michael Harrison, general director of the Baltimore Opera Company for the past 20 years, has relinquished administrative duties and assumed the title of artistic director. The change was made "in order to allow him to devote more time to his son, who is critically ill," according a statement released yesterday by the company. Deborah Goetz, senior director of marketing and communications, said Harrison's job change was voluntary. James Handakas has been named acting general director and will be responsible for the administrative and fiscal side of the organization.
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NEWS
February 23, 2000
William Braun has been appointed director of marketing and sales for Manchester Manor, an independent-living retirement community. A Navy veteran, he followed a career in banking and finance. He developed and implemented solutions for customer service and bank operations. Manchester Manor is owned by Bob and Carolyn Scott. Braun can be reached at 410- 239-1154.
BUSINESS
May 21, 2008
Education * The College of Notre Dame of Maryland appointed Marc A. Siedband as director of facilities management for the North Baltimore Catholic women's college. He is a former commanding officer of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division. Most recently, he served as a contractor for operations management for several Department of Defense facilities. * Investors United School of Real Estate appointed Alexis Malatino as director of marketing. Health care * HealthExtras Inc. named Darren Sivertsen executive vice president of the Rockville-based pharmacy benefit management company.
SPORTS
October 16, 2001
Auto racing CART: Fined Paul Tracy $50,000, stripped him of three championship points and placed him on probation for final two events of the year for unsafe driving and other violations during Sunday's race. Baseball Brewers: Purchased contract of IF Marcos Scutaro from Triple-A Indianapolis. Mets: Announced P C.J. Nitkowski and P Donne Wall filed for free agency. Bowie Baysox: Named Andy Frankel director of communications and Brad Sims director of ticket operations. Promoted assistant director of marketing Phil Wrye to director of marketing.
NEWS
January 27, 1992
Keith Phillips was recently been named vice president of marketing and manufacturing for UNC Inc., an Annapolis-based aviation firm.The former director of marketing for the H&H Parts Division of Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp., Phillips has had a number of manufacturing andmarketing positions across the country.In his new position, he will join UNC's corporate development department to direct marketing and business development for several manufacturing divisions.
SPORTS
August 28, 2001
Baseball Giants: Recalled P Ryan Jensen from Triple-A Fresno. Optioned P Chad Zerbeto to Fresno. Mariners: Purchased contract of C Pat Borders from Triple-A Durham. Basketball Hornets: Signed C Lorenzo Coleman. College Cincinnati: Announced that G Keesha Allen will transfer to Case Western Reserve. Pennsylvania: Named Matt Hogan lacrosse coach. Towson: Named Dan Flynn director of marketing and promotion. Hockey Flyers: Signed D Kim Johnsson to a three-year contract. Thrashers: Signed C Simon Gamache.
BUSINESS
January 4, 2005
New Positions Merritt appoints Hood as marketing director Merritt Athletic Clubs appointed Donyel Hood as director of marketing for the Baltimore-based chain of physical fitness centers. She is responsible for developing corporate marketing efforts for the firm's 10 locations. The Towson University graduate lives in Baltimore and formerly was director of marketing and public relations for Community Health Charities. Manugistics Group names West a vice president Manugistics Group Inc. named Janie West vice president of mid-markets for the provider of supply chain management solutions.
BUSINESS
By Suzanne Wooton and Suzanne Wooton,Sun Staff Writer | August 30, 1995
A top official at the Maryland Port Administration has resigned to become senior vice president at BalTerm, a Baltimore forest products terminal operation.Morgan C. Bailey, director of marketing, submitted his resignation Monday to the agency's new director, Tay Yoshitani. Mr. Bailey joined the MPA in 1988 and had been director of marketing since 1992.He had been considered a leading inside candidate for the executive director's job. The five-month search ended earlier this summer with the selection of Mr. Yoshitani, former deputy director at the Port of Los Angeles.
BUSINESS
May 1, 2000
New positions Northrop appoints Martin as marketing director Northrop Grumman Corp. appointed James J. Martin as director of marketing and business development for its Linthicum-based Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector. He will be responsible for congressional liaison, development and direction of marketing strategies and support. A former Air Force officer and flight instructor, he is a licensed airline pilot. A mathematics master's graduate of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, he joined the company in 1982.
NEWS
December 16, 2007
The Maryland Bankers Association will host "First Friday," an economic outlook forum, featuring journalist and business forecaster Knight Kiplinger, who will address Maryland's business community. The forum will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 4 at the Westin BWI, 1110 Old Elkridge Landing Road, Linthicum. Registration is $99 and includes a special session and lunch. Information: 443-837-1608. Business women hold meeting The Maryland Capital Chapter of American Business Women's Association will hold its monthly membership meeting from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at the Sheraton Barcel?
NEWS
By JEFF SEIDEL and JEFF SEIDEL,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 5, 2006
It would be an understatement to say that Annapolis resident Phil Wrye's job with the minor-league Bowie Baysox involves doing a variety of tasks. Wrye is the director of marketing for the Baysox, the Double-A Eastern League affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, and he's done a laundry list of tasks since joining the team in 1999. The Massachusetts native's job involves getting people to Prince George's Stadium to see the Baysox play, and Wrye will stop at nothing to do that. The 31-year-old has often helped pull the tarp during rain delays or threats of bad weather, and he has served as the on-field voice for Bowie's in-game promotions.
FEATURES
By MICHAEL BARNETT and MICHAEL BARNETT,SUN REPORTER | April 1, 2006
Whoopee cushions, snow angels, carousels and canines. It sounds like a recipe for a carnival but all these things and more are waiting inside the walls of Maryland's five minor league ballparks, which strive to make baseball an experience rather than just a game. "The allure to our fans is that it's not just baseball anymore," says C.J. Johnson, senior director of marketing for the Hagerstown Suns, a New York Mets affiliate. "It's family entertainment that is fun, enjoyable and affordable."
NEWS
November 8, 2005
Adair Sutton, former director of marketing for Harborplace and the Gallery, died of cancer Nov. 1 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Butler resident was 52. Born Anne Adair Fogarty in Baltimore and raised in Butler, she was a graduate of the old Hannah More Academy and in 1975 earned her bachelor's degree in communications from what is now Towson University. "She was masterful in her coordination of people and ideas," said Cathy Case, former director of retail marketing for the old Rouse Co. "She was a wonderful ambassador and so proud of Baltimore.
BUSINESS
January 4, 2005
New Positions Merritt appoints Hood as marketing director Merritt Athletic Clubs appointed Donyel Hood as director of marketing for the Baltimore-based chain of physical fitness centers. She is responsible for developing corporate marketing efforts for the firm's 10 locations. The Towson University graduate lives in Baltimore and formerly was director of marketing and public relations for Community Health Charities. Manugistics Group names West a vice president Manugistics Group Inc. named Janie West vice president of mid-markets for the provider of supply chain management solutions.
SPORTS
By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | December 10, 2004
He is, in the words of an expert, one of only 10 marketable players in the NBA. He was the cover boy for Sports Illustrated's year-in-review issue in 2003, his smiling face peering over the words "So Young, So Good..." He has signed big-dollar deals with Nike and EA Sports and Hallmark and Radio Shack and Got Milk, with the promise of more to come. But considering incidents that have cast him in a negative light since last summer, including his appearance on a homemade DVD in which alleged drug dealers speak of doing harm to people who cooperate with police, has Baltimore's Carmelo Anthony sullied his image?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sun Staff | January 24, 1999
With the wintry weather of the past few weeks, the Historic Annapolis Foundation's annual Cabin Fever Social was right on time. More than 100 of the group's members got out of the house and into the Eastport Yacht Club for an evening of meeting, greeting and networking.With more than 500 volunteers working for this preservation-minded group in the state capital, it can be hard for folks to get to know one another. The social gave them a chance. Among those attending were Sabrina Linton, University of Maryland; Cris Sabo, International Industries; Chris Langone, Arinc; Dave Schmiel, PDI Division of Bird-Johnson; and Lynn Manwaring, HAF's associate director of marketing.
SPORTS
By Jon Morgan | March 20, 1996
David Cope, formerly the general sales manager of the corporate parent of the Bullets, Capitals and USAir Arena, has been named vice president of marketing and sales for Baltimore's new NFL team.In his new position, Cope will be responsible for sales of season tickets, permanent seat licenses, luxury suites and club seats, as well as broadcast negotiations and sales, and corporate sales. He will report to David Modell, who is the son of team owner Art Modell and the team's head of marketing.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2003
The new leader of Baltimore's convention bureau plans to mix a little romance with culture and the proven appeal of the Inner Harbor to convince more people to come to Baltimore next year and to stay longer. Leslie R. Doggett, president and chief executive of the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association, offered an array of strategies yesterday to try to achieve those goals as part of the association's 2004 sales and marketing plan. They include opening a sales office in Washington, selling Baltimore as a "romantic city" this winter, expanding electronic marketing and targeting meeting planners who have historically visited Baltimore during the slow months with a direct-mail campaign.
NEWS
By SUN STAFF | July 3, 2002
Man found fatally shot on apartment steps A West Baltimore man was found fatally shot early yesterday in the 2100 block of Garrison Blvd., police said. Carl Joseph Allen Jr., 23, who lived in the 1200 block of Edmondson Ave., was pronounced dead at the scene at 4:10 a.m. when medics arrived, police said. Allen was discovered on the rear steps of an apartment complex, according to investigators. Police said they have no suspects, and they did not know why Allen was near the apartment complex.
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