William Cooper has been promoted to senior associate dean and chief operating officer at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. He had been associate dean. Cooper will continue to oversee the school’s $50 million all funds budget, human resources, information technology, multimedia, facilities, and general administration and will now have formal oversight of entrepreneurial activities to help bring new resources into the school. He has been at the School of Pharmacy since 1999.
Andrews Federal Credit Union, of Suitland, recently received a nomination for “Outstanding Community Bank” in recognition for its community development services in Washington, D.C., at the 1st Annual Great Streets Business Leadership Council’s Honors Ceremony.
Maryland Capital Enterprises Inc. has added Rosa Rodriguez, Ronald Molock and Ira Wolfe to its 14-member board of directors. Rodriquez is the regional manager for Telamon Corp., of Salisbury, the state migrant and seasonal farmworker agency. Molock is a real estate agent with Lacaz Meredith of Long & Foster Realty in Cambridge. He is retired from Conectiv and the longtime president of its credit union. Wolfe is founder and president of Success Performance Solutions, a work force consulting firm. Maryland Capital Enterprises is a nonprofit micro-business finance and assistance agency that provides loans and assistance to small businesses on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Bob Billig, partner/managing director of RSM McGladrey Inc. and McGladrey & Pullen LLP in the Washington, D.C., area, will lead the firm’s national not-for-profit industry. Billig has more than 22 years of experience providing audit and accounting services to not-for-profit clients. He frequently writes articles and speaks on issues of interest to not-for-profit organizations. Billig received his B.S. in Accounting from the University of Maryland at College Park. The firms, which provide assurance, tax and consulting services under the McGladrey brand, have 90 offices, including in Baltimore, Annapolis, Gaithersburg, Frederick, and Washington, D.C.