On the Move, 8/10: Geisel named chair of Saint Agnes Healthcare board

Gary N. Geisel

Gary N. Geisel recently was named chair of the Saint Agnes Healthcare board. The former CEO of Provident Bank also serves on the boards of M&T Bank and Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake. Paul Chew, a partner of Brown Advisory and head of investments, in Baltimore, has been named vice chair of the board. The board has five new members: Mohannad Jishi, group vice president of M&T’s commercial deposit and treasury management division; Irene Knott, senior project manager for Whiting Turner Construction; Dr. Carole Miller, director of the Cancer Institute at Saint Agnes Hospital; Jack Stansbury, president, Agency Insurance of Maryland, and former chair of the Saint Agnes Foundation Board; and Sister Mary Lou Stubbs, Daughter of Charity and director of Catholic Charities of Arkansas.


Annapolis Life Care, the parent company of Ginger Cove, an accredited life-care retirement community, has elected two directors to its board: James W. Reinig, M.D., is president of Annapolis Radiology Associates, and chief of the radiology department at Anne Arundel Medical Center and a member of its medical board; and Ella P. Bassett is a former systems engineering and information technology executive. Officers elected for the next year are: Adm. Charles R. Larson, USN (Ret.), president of the board; Betsy Cockrill Bannat, vice president; Bob Hoyt, treasurer; and Dr. Raymond Herzinger, secretary.

Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Maryland Mentoring Partnership recently added August “Augie” Chiasera and Eliza Graham to its board of directors. Chiasera is senior vice president of M&T Bank and director of Bank Wide Transformation. Graham is founder and CEO of Glam Global, maker of Glam Globes customizable fashion rings. She is a board member of Civic Works. Board officers include: chair, Jason Pappas, Hannix Consulting principal; chair elect Bradley Chambers, Union Memorial Hospital president and MedStar Health senior vice president; vice chair, Bradley Dickerson, Under Armour chief financial officer; secretary, Veronica Cool, Wachovia Bank, a Wells Fargo Co. vice president, small business banking; and treasurer David Meyer, Victory Funds trustee.


Doug McQuade has been named assistant executive director – employment and day services of the Arc Baltimore. McQuade has 35 years of experience in developmental disabilities, including as a program director. Most recently, he served as director of utilization review at MAPD-MD/APS Healthcare. McQuade is a certified Support Intensity Scale Trainer. He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from McDaniel College.


John B. Werth recently was named major accounts manager of Payroll Network, of Kensington. Werth is a former sales consultant for ADP in Rockville, and professional services consultant for Lexmark International. He also held a sales position with iDoxSolutions. Werth graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a bachelor’s degree in business finance.