Harbor Court promotes Renee Lane
Harbor Court announced the selection of Renee Lane as executive assistant manager for the luxury hotel located on the TTC Inner Harbor's west side. Ms. Lane will oversee the hotel's room, security and human resources functions as well as supervision of the fitness center and engineering departments.
With the hotel for six years, most recently as resident manager, she is a graduate of Loyola College and is currently a master's candidate at the College of Notre Dame. Harbor Leasing, a Baltimore-based commercial equipment leasing firm, named Beth Ackerman as a leasing consultant.
Before joining the company, she was a field sales representative with the Columbia-based Future Electronics. A Bel Air resident, she is pursuing a degree in electrical engineering at Capitol College. May Ambulance Service appointed Mary Beth Cooper as director of human resources for the Woodlawn-based medical services transport company.
A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, she has experience in computer training, patient education and customer service.
Karen Cuirca is senior buyer
The White House, a Baltimore-based chain of women's clothing shops, has chosen Karen Cuirca as senior buyer.
Formerly with Macy's, she will direct the daily operations of the buying office and will assist in the sportswear purchases for the chain and its sister Black Market stores. A graduate of the University of Maryland, she resides in Towson.
Little and Kelley on institute's board
Rick R. Little, president and CEO of the International Youth Foundation, and Thomas R. Kelley, managing partner of Deloitte & Touche LLP accounting firm, have been named to the board of directors for the World Trade Center Institute in Baltimore.
Legal & Insurance
Abato, Rubenstein names president
Abato, Rubenstein & Abato announced the election of Patty Parsons Ritzenthaler as president of the law firm.
A labor lawyer, the University of Baltimore law graduate represents unions and employees in negotiations, litigation and arbitration. She is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and an assistant editor of Developing Labor Law.
Banking & Finance
First National appoints 2 vice presidents
First National Bank of Mary land named Christopher W. Avery and Louis M. Topper as vice presidents in the institution's commercial real estate division. Mr. Avery, an MBA graduate of Loyola College and resident of Parkville, serves as a relationship manager, originating accounts and managing a commercial real estate portfolio.
Mr. Topper is a relationship manager/underwriter, a position in which he manages a construction loan portfolio.
He is a graduate of Towson State and resides in Bel Air.