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On the Move, 5/2: Schneider promoted to executive VP by BankAnnapolis

Edward J. Schneider

Edward J. Schneider has been promoted to the new position of executive vice president of BankAnnapolis. He had been senior vice president and chief financial officer, and will remain the CFO. Schneider, who earned an MBA from Rutgers, worked at Citigroup and its subsidiaries from 1995 to 2004 and again from 2005 to 2009. In 2004 and 2005 he served as senior vice president and director of corporate regulatory reporting at MBNA before its acquisition by Bank of America. From 1986 to 1995, he worked at other banks and bank holding companies.


Brian M. Davis has started ClearView Consulting LLC, a Baltimore-based CPA and management consulting firm whose services include risk management consulting, general accounting, tax compliance and consulting, and supplier contract reviews. Davis, the managing director and CEO, began his career with a “big four” accounting firm. For the last 12 years he worked at a CPA and management consulting firm, most recently as the managing director of its consulting practice. Davis has an accounting degree from Towson University. He is a board member of the Baltimore chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors and an executive board member of Matt Birk’s HIKE Foundation.


The University of Maryland, College Park recently announced the winners of its first Mobility Contest. The contest, part of the university’s Mobility Initiative, was open to all UM students with ideas for mobile apps that would improve campus life. Megan Monroe and Jonathan Speiser won the $3,000 first prize for a social music app that lets the university community see what others are listening to in the campus “Jam Zone.” Randy Baden won second prize for a social jukebox that lets people at a gathering vote on which song gets played next. Alan Buabuchachart, Evan Ponchick, Frankie Abralind, Gary Brendle and Yi-Chung Chen won third prize for a crowd-sourced reporting app that enables people to take a picture of a problem on campus and submit it along with a description to the university’s management.


Greg Wang recently was appointed interim senior state director of AARP in Maryland. He will lead the organization’s advocacy, outreach and education work in the state. Wang was hired by AARP in 2008 for its west region office’s management team. He has been AARP’s interim director of congressional relations and political affairs and a member of the State Advocacy Task Force and the Older Workers and Immigration policy working groups. He previously worked with nonprofit and for-profit organizations in government relations and advocacy, policy strategy, and organizational/business development for 20 years.

Real estate

Neil J. Butler has been hired by the Hogan Cos., of Annapolis, as a sales and marketing associate in the land and commercial division. Butler previously worked as a communications specialist at Manheim, and with K. Hovnanian Homes in its sales and marketing department.