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Ebeling promoted to COO of TriColumbia

Daily Record Staff//January 12, 2012

Ebeling promoted to COO of TriColumbia

By Daily Record Staff

//January 12, 2012

Kari Ebeling

Kari Ebeling has been promoted to chief operating officer of TriColumbia, an endurance event production company, of Columbia. Ebeling, who is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Race Director, previously was the company’s director of operations. Before joining TriColumbia team in 2009, she was director of resource development at The Arc of Howard County. Ebeling has served on the Advisory Board for The Women’s Giving Circle and the Association of Community Services. She is a graduate of Leadership Howard County.


Jennifer Benward, CPA, and Naomi Pinson have joined the audit and accounting team of Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, of Baltimore, as staff accountants. Benward has five years of experience as a staff accountant working for private manufacturing and healthcare companies. Pinson, who has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Maryland, College Park, previously worked for the Reznick Group.


Seven Baltimore-Washington-area business executives have joined the board of directors of the MPT Foundation, the 501(c)(3) fundraising affiliate of Maryland Public Television: H. King Corbett, executive vice president and chief lending officer, Bay Bank; Robert C. Douglas, litigation partner in the Baltimore office of DLA Piper; Nettie R. Johnson, vice president, corporate communications, Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Global Solutions; Harry Kassap, principal, Kassap Investments; Kathryn D. Lindquist, chief marketing officer, Taylor-DeJongh; Richard Rynd, president, Rynd Enterprises; and John Anthony Wolf, chairman, Ober|Kaler.

Joseph Smith, of Owings Home Services, recently was installed as president of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Smith has more than 30 years of expertise in both commercial and residential construction and his experience involves new construction and remodeling and is certified as a graduate remodeler, aging in place builder and green professional. In 2010 he received the association’s Remodeler of the Year award.


AARP Maryland has added two new leaders: Kelli Holsendolph is the new associate state director for communications. She previously was the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s media relations manager for Montgomery Parks. Tammy Bresnahan is now the association’s associate state director for advocacy. She had worked for the Maryland Department of Human Resources since 1986, most recently as director of   government affairs. Bresnahan has a bachelor’s degree from Salisbury University.


Ray McGuire has been appointed vice president of supply chain strategy by TBB Global Logistics. McGuire previously was director of global trade compliance and operations for Celanese International Corp. Founded in Baltimore in 1946, TBB Global Logistics provides supply chain management services. It is headquartered in New Freedom, Pa., and has offices in Hanover, Md.


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