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New positions

Robert P. Harrison joins Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities hired Robert P. Harrison as director of major and planned giving. He will develop community relations and assist individual and corporate donors in the structuring of their gifts.

The Chevy Chase resident holds two graduate degrees and formerly was director of individual giving at Washington College in Chestertown.

Bennett development chief at Md. School for the Blind

The Maryland School for the Blind named Teri D. Bennett as its director of development. She will oversee all fund-raising efforts.

The University of California-Berkeley graduate formerly was with the St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation. A member of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives, she also serves on the continuing education studies faculty of Goucher College.


Eisner Petrou appoints Striegel account executive

Eisner Petrou & Associates appointed Mary Striegel as an account executive with the Baltimore-based regional advertising firm. A member of the Public Relations Society of America, the Towson University graduate formerly was with the Profiles agency in Hampden.

Michelle Agee joins Crosby Marketing

Crosby Marketing Communications named Michelle Agee an account executive.

The Towson University graduate and Annapolis resident formerly was with Sass & Associates, working with such clients as Hechinger and the Hair Cuttery before joining the Annapolis agency.

Health care

Sinai campus services headed by Robert Turner

Sinai Hospital promoted Robert Turner to vice president of campus services for the Northwest Baltimore health care facility. He formerly was associate vice president of facilities.

He will have responsibility for all operations, among them construction management, interior/exterior design services, grounds, security and clinical engineering.

Commercial real estate

Trammell Crow appoints Evans senior vice president

Trammell Crow Co., a commercial real estate services firm based in Dallas, appointed Charles C. G. Evans Jr. as senior vice president, Northeast retail development.

Evans will work out of the company's Bethesda office. He has 30 years of retail and mixed-use development experience and was the former president of the Evans Land Co.

Pub Date: 2/08/99

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