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On the Move, 9/28: Lines named director of financial planning and analysis by Roadnet

Dan Lines

Dan Lines has been named director of financial planning and analysis by Roadnet Technologies, a Baltimore-based international fleet management software company. He previously worked in the restructuring and transaction advisory groups of Alvarez & Marsal, and in the mergers and acquisitions division of BMO Capital Markets in Chicago. Lines has degrees in finance and accounting. Roadnet’s fleet management applications and logistics software provides territory and street-level route plans, multi-stop vehicle routing and scheduling, real-time wireless dispatch, vehicle telematics, fuel management, and real-time vehicle GPS tracking.


AVF Consulting, of Towson, has been named to the 2011 list of the Top 100 Value-Added Resellers internationally by “Accounting Today.” The publication lists AVF as 60th, with revenues of $5.77 million. The company also was honored as Serenic’s Partner of Excellence in 2007 and in 2009. AVF provides sales and services for several Microsoft products, including Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Serenic Navigator, and LS Retail.


M&T Bank has appointed two new vice presidents: G. Phillip Kunzelman is now vice president and senior business banking relationship manager, working with the Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Randallstown and Seton Hill branches. Kunzelman previously worked at The Columbia Bank and has more than 30 years of business banking experience. He serves on the board of the Rotary Club of Baltimore and the Hunt Valley Business Forum. John T. Roberts II is now vice president and business banking relationship manager in Howard County, responsible for business clients in the Maple Lawn and Clarksville areas. Roberts, who previously worked at BB&T, is a graduate of Howard County Leadership Essentials.


Clayton Teague has been named to the advisory board of Pixelligent LLC, of Baltimore, which manufactures nanocrystal additives for the electronics, industrial and military markets. Beginning with his work on quantum mechanical tunneling in vacuum at Texas Instruments and the University of North Texas, Teague has worked in fields now known as nanotechnology since 1968. He holds six patents jointly with colleagues. Teague was director of the Federal National Nanotechnology Coordination Office from 2003 until this year; he reported to the Office of Science and Technology Policy, which advises the president and others within the Executive Office on the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs. He has also served as chair of the American National Standards Institute Technical Advisory Group to the ISO Technical Committee on Nanotechnologies and as president of the American Society for Precision Engineering. Teague has received the Gold Medal, Silver Medal, and Allen V. Austin Measurement Science Award from the Department of Commerce, the Kilby International Award from the Kilby Awards Foundation, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society for Precision Engineering, a Lifetime Achievement Award from “Small Times” magazine, a Meritorious Service Award from the American National Standards Institute, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the European Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology, and an IR-100 Industrial Research and Development Award.

Amanda Karfakis, president and CEO of Vitamin, a Baltimore-based boutique design-web-public relations firm, has been appointed president of the Society for Marketing Professional Services’ Maryland chapter. The local nonprofit organization, now in its 30th year, provides members with resources and opportunities to get more involved in the architecture, engineering, and construction community.


Carrie DeBoy has been named chief information officer of the Maryland Department of Agriculture. DeBoy worked with the Maryland Transportation Authority for the last 16 years, most recently as the assistant information technology director within the agency’s IT Office of Operations and Support. Before joining state government, she worked in IT at Aerotek in Hanover. DeBoy holds a master’s degree in information technology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute.

Carol Holko has been promoted to assistant secretary of the Office of Plant Industries and Pest Management of the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Holko has worked for the department for 29 years, most recently as program manager of its Plant Protection and Weed Management Section. She serves on the board of directors of the National Plant Board, and she as president-elect of the Eastern Plant Board. Holko is also a founding member of the Maryland Invasive Species Council. She received the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service 2011 Administrator’s Award.