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On the Move, 7/14: Fretwell elected chair of AACC board of trustees

Victoria K. Fretwell

Victoria K. Fretwell has been elected chair of the Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees, effective July 1. Jerome W. Klasmeier was elected vice chair, and Cynthia Robichaud was appointed student representative. Fretwell is director of external affairs for Priority Partners/Johns Hopkins HealthCare, handling communications and marketing for the Medicaid Managed Care Organization. Klasmeier is in his second term on the board; he served as vice chair in 2004-2005, 2005-2006 and 2008-2009. Klasmeier, who served in the U.S. Army as a commissioned officer, works as assistant comptroller for the State of Maryland and is a former special projects consultant to Anne Arundel County. Robichaud is completing requirements for a Paralegal Studies Certificate after having earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Cruz. She is treasurer of the AACC Paralegal Club and has been a member-at-large on the board of the U.S. Naval Academy Aquatics Club.


John H. Cammack, managing partner of Cammack Associates, has been elected chair of the board of directors of United Way of Central Maryland. Also, three new board members were elected: Stephanie Beran, vice president, director of risk management, Legg Mason; James Wheeler, president, Ayers St. Gross; and David Wilson, president, Morgan State University. Cammack is an angel investor and entrepreneur specializing in technologies advancing brain fitness, educational attainment and behavioral change. Previously he spent 18 years in senior management at T. Rowe Price.

Jeffrey B. Gould was elected secretary of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters in mid-June. Gould is a vice president of American Claims Management Services, a public adjustment and loss consulting firm headquartered in Towson. He joined American Claims Management Services as a public adjuster after serving five years as assistant legislative auditor for the Maryland General Assembly. Gould studied accounting at University of Baltimore, and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Kelly Cantley, business development manager of the Maryland office of Turner Construction, recently was appointed president of the Baltimore affiliate of the ACE Mentor Program. The program has awarded more than $20,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors pursuing educations in architecture, construction and engineering. In it, architects, construction managers, engineers and designers lead a 13-week series of after-school discussions and workshops for students from Baltimore and Baltimore County students. Cantley is treasurer of the Urban Land Institute Baltimore District Council, a committee member of Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Homelessness Initiative, a business mentor at the Walter Reed Military Advanced Training Center, and a member of the board of directors for Baltimore Station.


Mid-Atlantic Federal Credit Union, of Germantown, recently donated $2,000 to Montgomery College for the Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce’s Montgomery College Scholarship Foundation. Also making donations were Hughes Network Systems, MAR Inc., The Gazette, and Deerfield Construction, and McShea.


Jessica Lavin, a marketing specialist with 14 years of experience working within the architectural and engineering professions, has joined Baltimore-based Mueller Associates as director of marketing and business development. Lavin has worked with the Boston offices of Kallmann McKinnell & Wood Architects, Arup, and the SLAM Collaborative; and with Sorg Architects. She is a founding board member of the nonprofit PeaceBoston, which advocates for youth violence prevention.