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William P. Barr, named director, Dominion Resources Inc., Richmond. Barr was executive vice president and general counsel of Verizon Communications. He served as U.S. attorney general from 1991 to 1993. (PRNewswire)

Roland Costa, named senior vice president and chief technology officer, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond. He joined the Richmond Fed in 1997. (PRNewswire)

D. Andrew Edwards, named corporate vice president for finance, Owens & Minor Inc., Richmond. He will become corporate vice president, controller and chief accounting officer when Olwen B. Cape retires in April. (Business Wire)

Gregory Johnson, named vice president, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond. Johnson will be responsible for information technology audits. He joined the Richmond Fed in 1993. (PRNewswire)

Mary Johnson, named vice president, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond. She will be responsible for the operations and staff development division of the supervision, regulation and credit department. (PRNewswire)

Alan Kolody, named president, Brooks Food Group, Bedford. He was CFO. (News release)

Andrew McAllister, named vice president, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond. McAllister will be responsible for developing and implementing engineering services. (PRNewswire)

Kevin A. O’Leary, named vice president, CFO and treasurer of Tredegar Corp., Richmond. He was vice president of finance for Tredegar Film Products Corp. (PRNewswire)

James G. “Jay” Smith, named president, The Cox Cos., Ashland. Smith was executive vice president. (News release)

Teresa A. Sullivan, named president, University of Virginia, Charlottesville. Sullivan, who will be the first woman to head U.Va., has been provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the University of Michigan. She succeeds John T. Casteen III, who will retire in August.

Robert H. Spillman Jr., named director, Dominion, Richmond. Spillman is president and CEO of Bassett Furniture Industries Inc. (PRNewswire)


Mark P. Chadason, named senior vice president for special programs and risk management, ManTech International, Fairfax. He previously worked for the CIA, serving as station chief in many countries. (News release)

Michael Corkery, named treasurer and CFO, Deltek Inc., Herndon. Corkery was most recently CFO and acting CEO of ICO Global Communications. (Business Wire)

Rob Drennen, named CFO, Halifax Corp., Alexandria. Drennen was most recently a consultant for the company. (PRNewswire)

Greg Gallopoulos, named senior vice president general counsel and corporate secretary, General Dynamics Inc., Falls Church. He was vice president and general counsel. (PRNewswire)

W. Douglas Griffin, named vice president and CFO, Berkley Net Underwriters LLC, Woodbridge. Griffin has held financial positions in the insurance industry for almost 20 years. (Business Wire)

Andy Jacobson, named vice president of sales for Gannett Digital, McLean. He was senior vice president of sales at Email Data Source. (News release)

Karl Johnson, named executive vice president of the mission systems group, CACI International Inc., Arlington. He was senior vice president of the group. (PRNewswire)

Jill Kurtz, named COO, Balance Interactive, Springfield. She has 20 years of experience in communications and public relations, working for a number of firms, including General Motors and International Paper. (News release)

Matthew P. Lawlor retired as CEO of Online Resources Corp., Chantilly. He will remain chairman until Feb. 15 and continue to serve on the board. (Business Wire)

Theodore “Ted” J. Leonsis, named director, Rosetta Stone Inc., Arlington. Leonsis is an Internet pioneer, having served as vice chairman and president of AOL Inc. (Business Wire)

William M. Parker resigned as COO, NCI Inc., Reston. Parker left the company to pursue other opportunities. (Business Wire)

James Peake, named senior vice president for the health sector, CGI Group Inc., Fairfax. Peake is former U.S. secretary of Veterans Affairs. (PRNewswire)

Lawrence S. Rosenstrauch resigned as economic development director, Loudoun County. He had been the county’s chief development officer for 13 years. (The Washington Post)

Michael J. Simpson, named senior vice president for product strategy and development, QuadraMed Corp., Reston. He had held a number of positions with McKesson Corp. (Business Wire)

Thomas E. “Tom” Wheeler, named director, Transaction Network Services, Reston. He is a managing director of Core Capital Partners, a Washington, D.C., early-stage venture capital fund. (Business Wire)


David Alderman, named president-elect of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. Alderman founded Dave’s Cabinet Inc., a Chesapeake-based manufacturer of custom moldings and countertops, in 1980. (News release)

Yusaku Azuma, named president and CEO of Canon Virginia Inc., Newport News. Azuma will also serve as President and CEO of Industrial Resources Technologies Inc., a joint venture operated out of Gloucester. (News release)

Colin Campbell, appointment as president and CEO of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation extended by the board of trustees. He has been the top officer of the foundation since 2000, and his appointment is subject to periodic review by the board. (Daily Press)

Timothy J. Lockhart, named editor of the North American Law & Practice section of the International Trademark Association’s Bulletin. His appointment runs 2010-2012. Lockhart represents trademark owners for the Norfolk law firm of Willcox & Savage PC. (News release)

Gail Moore, named controller, Blackwater Electric Co., Chesapeake. Moore has over 25 years of experience in the construction industry. (News release)

Mitchell B. Reiss, named president, Washington College, Chestertown, Md. Reiss came to the College of William & Mary in 1990, and has served in a number of roles for the college, as well as in diplomatic posts. He is a professor of law and government and diplomat-in-residence at W&M. (News release)

Glenn Sharpe, named senior vice president for supply chain, Lumber Liquidators Inc., Toano. He was senior vice president for business support and materials and logistics management at Revlon Inc. (PRNewswire)

Ken Young, named Minor League Executive of the Year by Baseball America. Young is president of the Norfolk Tides, a Triple-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, and oversees several other franchises at various levels of minor league baseball. (Virginian-Pilot)


Joe Keiper, named executive director, Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville. Keiper is director of science, curator and head of invertebrate zoology at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. (News release)


Jim O’Connor, named city manager, Winchester. O’Connor has held positions in six localities during a 35-year career. He was most recently city manager of Oak Ridge, Tenn. (The Winchester Star)

Rodney A. Smolla, named president of Furman University, Greenville, S.C. Smolla is dean of the law school at Washington & Lee University, a post he previously held at the University of Richmond. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Vance W. Tang, named director, American Woodmark Corp., Winchester. Tang is president and CEO of KONE Corp., the U.S. subsidiary of KONE OY. (PRNewswire)


Nathaniel Bishop, named interim president, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Roanoke. Bishop’s appointment could last as long as three years while the Carilion Clinic -owned school is in transition in its location and mission. Bishop is a member of the college’s board, as well as the boards of Ferrum College and the Duke University Divinity School. (The Roanoke Times)

Frances Frei, named director, Advance Auto Parts Inc., Roanoke. Frei is the UPS Foundation Professor of Service Management at the Harvard Business School. (News release)

William A. Jones, named vice president for institutional advancement, Virginia Intermont College, Bristol. He held the same position at Goshen College in Goshen, Ind. (News release)

Chris Morrill, named city manager, Roanoke, effective March 1. One of 104 applicants for the job, Morrill is an assistant city manager in Savannah, Ga. (The Roanoke Times)

David Nitzel, named vice president for commercial operations excellence, Advance Auto Parts Inc., Roanoke. He was division president of operations for Velocity Express, a same-day delivery service. (News release)


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