Rick Cucina, John Clarke join Tresys Technology
Tresys Technology announced the appointments of Rick Cucina as vice president of corporate development and John Clarke as director of research and technology operations for the Columbia-based developer of information technology security.
Cucina, a Baltimore County resident, was formerly chief operating officer of TEKsystems and will manage strategic planning and market development.
Clarke is responsible for the research and technology operations division and technology innovation, development and deployment. A Loyola MBA graduate, the Columbia resident also holds degrees in mathematics and engineering.
Legal & Insurance
Herbert D. Frerichs Jr. a partner at Saul Ewing
Saul Ewing LLP admitted Herbert D. Frerichs Jr. as a partner in the business department in the Baltimore office. He will concentrate his practice in corporate and securities law.
Before joining the Baltimore law firm, he was a partner at the Baltimore office of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary. A graduate of the Naval Academy, he earned a master's degree in marine affairs from the University of Rhode Island and is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law.
He is active with the Naval Academy alumni association and is a member of the Order of the Coif. He also serves on the boards of directors for the Hippodrome Foundation Inc., Business Volunteers Unlimited of Maryland Inc. and USS Constellation Museum.
Elizabeth Cross-Beard hired by Notari Associates
Notari Associates announced that Elizabeth Cross-Beard has joined the staff of the Baltimore architectural design firm. A graduate of James Madison University, she will be engaged in interior design and space planning for projects in the health care and hospitality industries.
Commercial Real Estate
Nottingham promotes Mays to property manager
Nottingham Management Co. promoted Sean Mays to property manager for the Towson-based commercial real estate developer, leasing and investment firm. A graduate of Salisbury University, he will be responsible for the company's Towson and Hunt Valley properties.