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PEOPLE - November 2010

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HAMPTON ROADS

Pat Borders, named president, Tarmac America LLC, Norfolk. In addition, Hardy Johnson, named to the new position of chief government and public affairs officer, Titan America; Randy Dunlap, named president, ST & Essex Cement Company LLC; and Tim Kuebler, senior vice president, cement and aggregates, Tarmac America. (Business Wire)

Rick Barry received the Albert H. Hall lifetime achievement award from the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing. Barry is executive director of Old Dominion University’s procurement services office. (News release)

Heyward Donigan, named CEO, ValueOptions Inc., Norfolk. Previously, he had been executive vice president of Premera Blue Cross since 2003. (PRNewswire)

Kevin Kordek, named president of the National Pest Management Association. Kordek is president of A-Active Termite and Pest Control Company, Virginia Beach. (News release)


SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA

John Casteen III, named to the board of Virginia Intermont College, Bristol. Casteen is the former president of the University of Virginia. (Bristol Herald Courier)

Janine Hiller received a Fulbright Scholar grant to pursue research comparing U.S. and European approaches to patient privacy and electronic medical records. Hiller is a professor of business law at the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. (News release)

Kevin Kruse, named executive director, Society of Pharmaceutical and Biotech Trainers, Roanoke. Kruse is founder and president of KRU Research. (PRNewswire)

Barbara Ryder, named vice president, Association for Computing Machinery. She is head of the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech. (News release)

Maria St. Clair, named vice president of business development and member services, Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce. (The Roanoke Times)

Janis Terpenny, named a program director for the National Science Foundation, and also a fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers. Terpenny is a professor of engineering education at Virginia Tech. (News release)


SHENANDOAH VALLEY

David Atchley, named vice president for institutional advancement, effective Jan. 15, Mary Baldwin College. He has been serving in that role for Presbyterian College in South Carolina since 2006. (News Virginian)

Sally Coates, named executive director of the Winchester-Frederick County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Winchester. Coates has been with the bureau since 2004 and was named interim director in May. (The Winchester Star)

Tom Jackson, named to the National Dealer Advisory Board, Kubota Tractor Corp. He is branch manager for Winchester Equipment. (The Winchester Star)

Ernest F. Steidle of Waynesboro, named to the state Information Technology Advisory Council, an advisory group on IT issues in the state government. Steidle is COO of the Department of Rehabilitative Services. (News Leader)


SOUTHERN VIRGINIA

Named to the board of the Martinsviille-based A.L. Philpott Manufacturing Extension Partnership: John R. Broderick, Norfolk, president of Old Dominion University, Mark R. George, Hot Springs, vice president of Covington Operations Packaging Resources for MeadWestvaco; Angela Kelly-Wiecek, Mechanicsville, communications director for Kaeser Compressors Inc.; Jack Lewis, Blacksburg, president of New River Community College; Meiky Tollman, Richmond, chief of operations and supply chain for Sabra Dipping Co. LLC; and Cheryl Thompson-Stacy, Middletown, president of Lord Fairfax Community College. (News release)


CENTRAL VIRGINIA

Terrence M. “Terry” Bagley, named to the Campbell Law School board of visitors. He is deputy managing partner at McGuireWoods LLP, Richmond. (News release)

Angie Chattin, named one of “100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry” by Automotive News magazine. She is senior vice president of CarMax Inc. and president of CarMax Auto Finance, Richmond. (Business Wire)

Matt Clarke, named business banking manager for Central Virginia, Wachovia Bank, N.A., Richmond. He joined Wachovia in 1988. (News release)

Tom Foley, named county executive, Albemarle County. He has served as assistant county executive for 11 years. (Daily Progress)

Charles W. Grant announced he would not accept reappointment as chief investment officer for the Virginia Retirement System, Richmond, when his contract expires in August 2011. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Kim Hazelwood, named one of the world’s top innovators under the age of 35 by Technology Review magazine. She is assistant professor of computer science at the University of Virginia. (News Leader)

Dr. Sheldon Retchin, CEO of the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, has been appointed vice chair of the National Health Care Workforce Commission. The commission serves as a resource for Congress, the president and the states, advising them on how best to meet the growing demand for health-care professionals. (News release)

New members of the Virginia State University board of visitors are: Harry Black of Richmond, Allyn Myles Carnam of Midlothian, Catherine H. Gillespie of Alexandria, E. Ray Murphy of Keswick and James H. Starkey III of Richmond. (News release)


NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Richard Bodson, named president LeapFrog Solutions Inc., Oakton. He has 32 years of experience in the communications, IT and consulting fields. (Business Wire) 

Rob Clapper, named president and CEO, Prince William Chamber of Commerce.  Clapper previously served as president of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce in Greensboro, N.C., and CEO of the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce in South Carolina. (News release)

Joseph M. Cormier, named executive vice president and CFO, Global Defense Technology & Systems Inc., McLean. He was senior vice president, finance. (PRNewswire)

John Hassoun, named senior vice president of federal programs, ATS Corp., McLean. He was CEO of Global Strategies Group in Dubai. (PRNewswire)

Brad Jones, named senior vice president of circulation, USA Today, McLean. Jones was vice president of business operations. (PRNewswire)

Mark F. McGettrick, named to the board of visitors, George Mason University. He is executive vice president and CFO, Dominion Resources, Richmond. (News release)

Edward Meagher, named senior executive adviser and vice president, CSC, Falls Church. He was director of strategic initiatives for health care at SRA International Inc. (Business Wire)

Lawrence C. Nussdorf, named director, SAIC Inc., McLean. Nussdorf is president and COO of Clark Enterprises Inc. (PRNewswire)

Anthony Rizzo, named senior vice president, public sector division, Lee Technologies Inc., Fairfax. (Business Wire)

J.P. Wieske, named executive director, Council for Affordable Health Insurance, Alexandria. He became director of state affairs for the council in 2003. (PRNewswire)

Jim Williams, named senior vice president of global professional services, Daon, Reston. He retired as commissioner of the GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service. (Business Wire)

Fred J. Whyte, elected chairman of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute. Whyte is president of Stihl Inc. in Virginia Beach. (News release)

Daniel Wilson and Slava Vero, named directors, SeniorNet, Herndon. Wilson is director of policy and program development for the National Caucus and Center for Black Aged. Vero is co-coordinator of the Huntington, N.Y., SeniorNet Center. (Business Wire)


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