Weber Shandwick announced the appointments of Natalie Sobolewski to account supervisor, Kaitlin Garvey as an account executive and Melanie Mattheu as a media buyer/assistant planner for the Baltimore office of the international advertising, market research and communications company.
Acuity Mobile Inc. appointed Eric Ashman as vice president of engineering for the Greenbelt-based provider of mobile marketing solutions. He formerly was with Proteus Inc.
Merkle announced that Rich Fleck joined the Lanham-based database-marketing firm as vice president, strategic services for its interactive services division. He was formerly with Epsilon Interactive.
Banking and finance
The Adams Express Co. elected David D. Weaver as executive vice president of the Baltimore-based closed-end investment company. Before joining Adams in 2004, Weaver formerly was an analyst with Legg Mason Wood Walker.
Sandy Spring Bancorp Inc. announced the appointment of Daniel J. Schrider as president of the Olney-based bank holding company.
Legal and Insurance
United Legal Benefits named J. Spencer Garrett to the staff as a senior account manager for the Lutherville-based group legal services firm. He formerly was with M&T; Bank.
Thomas, Thomas & Hafer announced the appointment of Jamie DeSisto as a partner in the regional law firm's Baltimore office, where she will head the workers' compensation group. She formerly was with Zurich North America.
On the board
Laurel-based Revere Bank announced the appointments of Christopher C. Hayes, a principal of Decatur Partners, and Brian J. Lemek of Lemek LLC, which owns and operates 37 Panera Bread stores, to its board of directors.
Frank Gumpert Printing of Annapolis appointed Gary Zorn as vice president of operations.
Gross Mendelsohn & Associates P.A. announced the appointments of Edouard Saint Pierre and Jeremy Weisinger to the accounting and consulting firm's technology solutions group as systems consultants.
Century 21 Downtown in Federal Hill announced the appointment of Keith L. Cross as manager of the real estate sales office.
Enterprise Homes appointed Michael Bainum as development manager. He was formerly with the city's housing agency.