Livingston, Reid take posts at Millennium Inorganic
Millennium Inorganic Chemicals named Sam Livingston director of manufacturing and Mark Reid senior sales representative for the Hunt Valley-based international chemical company.
Livingston, previously a vice president of Kemira Group, is a graduate of Mississippi State University. He is responsible for manufacturing safety, quality, cost, production, health and environmental performance at Millenium Inorganic's plant in Hawkins Point.
Reid, formerly with Nanocor Inc., manages sales of ultrafine (nanoparticle) titanium dioxide and zirconium oxide products in the United States.
Gilden promotes Seidle, Friedman, Hawbaker
Gilden Advertising, a Roland Park agency specializing in servicing high-technology clients, appointed Kurt J. Seidle as a graphic designer, Jill Friedman as management supervisor and Karrie Sue Hawbaker as a public relations coordinator.
Seidle, formerly with Waldinger/Birch, is a graduate of the Maryland Institute, College of Art and lives in Baltimore.
Friedman is a graduate of George Washington University and a Baltimore resident. He had been with Trahan, Burden & Charles. Hawbaker is a native of Hagerstown and lives in Towson. She graduated from Towson University and was previously with Tenax Corp.
Commercial Real Estate
Glassberg, Ehlman join Trammell Crow
Trammell Crow Co. hired Abby Glassberg as a commercial real estate broker and Jeanne Ehlman as a property manager in its Baltimore office.
Glassberg, who will focus on properties in the Interstate 95 corridor, was formerly with Corridor Commercial Real Estate. A Columbia resident, she is a graduate of Colorado State University and is active in several professional organizations, including the National Association of Industrial and Real Estate Professionals.
Ehlman, a Salisbury State and Towson University graduate, will manage the Long Gate Shopping Center and assist in the management of several other area properties. She formerly was an asset administrator at LaSalle Investment Management.