Dr. Mark T. Edney, a urologist and medical director of the Peninsula Institute of Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, in Salisbury, was recently named the American Urological Association’s Gallagher Health Policy Scholar for 2012. Dr. Edney will attend national health policy training sessions and meetings. He also is part of Peninsula Urology Associates. Dr. Edney is one of Peninsula Regional’s lead physicians in the use of the da Vinci high-definition system for robotic surgery.
On the Move, 12/28: Edney named American Urological Association scholar
Yi M. Shrestha, CPA, an advanced senior staff accountant with Stoy, Malone & Co., of Towson, recently received an MBA degree in taxation from Loyola University of Maryland. Shrestha is a graduate of Towson University. She joined the firm’s tax and audit staff in January.
Media Works, of Baltimore, has added Katie Keane, Danielle Sutphen and Ryan Trott as advertising media coordinators, and Kass Burrowes as a social media strategist. Keane graduated from Towson University this year. Sutphen graduated from Towson University in 2008, then spent a year teaching at Saint Gabriel’s College in Bangkok, Thailand, before joining Media Works. Trott recently graduated from York College. Burrowes previously worked in Washington, D.C., as a consultant with the American Marketing Association and Calvert Investments. Media Works has also promoted Lauren Barnaba, Beth Jenkins and Kate Shaffer from advertising media coordinators to media buyers.
James (Jim) H. Durfee, vice president of Office Movers Inc., of Elkridge, a subsidiary of the Kane Co., recently was elected president of the Office Moving Alliance, a worldwide consortium of firms specializing in commercial relocation services, warehousing and delivery. Durfee has been a Kane Co. vice president for the past 28 years. The company has offices in Rockville, Frederick, Baltimore, and Lanham; Richmond and Springfield, Va.; and New Castle, Del.
Jennifer C. Galambos has been appointed upper school director of the Bryn Mawr School, in Baltimore, effective July 1, 2012. She will succeed Susan Solberg, who will retire this summer after 20 years with Bryn Mawr. Galambos, who is Bryn Mawr’s middle school director, attended the Friends School and has a master’s degree in educational leadership from Loyola College of Maryland and a doctorate. Before becoming an administrator 20 years ago she was a history teacher and athletics coach. Galambos previously was an administrator at the Bullis School in Potomac, and Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Conn.
Dr. Edward Wolf, of Woodholme Gastroenterology Associates, in Pikesville, has been chosen as a 2011 Super Doctor. Dr. Wolf is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology.
Linda L. Chang has been named senior vice president and chief financial officer of PharmAthene, of Annapolis. Chang had spent 11 years at Human Genome Sciences, most recently as senior director of finance. Before that she was an associate at Booz Allen & Hamilton, and worked at Grant Thornton, and Otsuka America Pharmaceuticals. Chang is a CPA.