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Movers & Shakers, 3/1: Lenahan gets promotion from TD Bank

Patricia A. Lenahan

Patricia A. (Patti) Lenahan has been promoted to senior relationship manager, commercial team lead III for TD Bank’s Metro D.C. middle market. Based in Calverton, she is part of the commercial banking team serving commercial and nonprofit clients throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Lenahan has 32 years of experience in banking, lending and financial services. She joined TD Bank’s commercial banking team in 2010. Before that she worked for Citibank. Lenahan has served on the finance section council of the American Society of Association Executives. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland.


The Maryland Chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services has added Shan-té Johnson and Ryan Maters to its board of directors. They will serve as co-directors of the nonprofit organization’s membership committee. Johnson is business development manager at RTKL; she was president-elect for the society’s Research Triangle chapter in 2010 and membership director from 2008 to 2010. Maters is a marketing coordinator at Heery International, responsible for proposal management and marketing support for its 26-state north region. He was the society’s membership director in 2009 and 2010.


Phillip Charles Musgrave has joined the Hogan Companies as vice president of equity investments. Musgrave is the founder and former managing principal of Garden Street Capital, a Boston investment firm that focused exclusively on investments in small-cap, publicly-traded U.S. equities. With the Hogan Companies, he will work with private investors and equity funds, regionally and nationally, to raise equity capital for acquisitions and developments. Musgrave has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park.


CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has appointed two new executives: Dawn Audia is now vice president of underwriting for Maryland and Washington, D.C. She previously was executive director of account management of Kaiser Permanente; she has held management positions with UnitedHealth, Coventry Health Care and Cigna. Jennifer Baldwin is the new vice president of patient centered medical home regional care coordination. Baldwin previously worked at Kaiser Health Plan as area administrator for 13 primary and specialty care facilities in Maryland and Washington, D.C. Before that, she was senior vice president and chief nurse executive for Holy Cross Hospital, and assistant vice president and chief nursing executive at Inova Fairfax Hospital.


Christopher Farmer has been named an account representative for the coastal territory of Roadnet Technologies, a Baltimore-based vehicle routing and fleet management technology company. Farmer previously was a senior business development manager for Cirta Communications. He has 15 years of experience in sales and marketing, with a focus on the software and high-technologies industries. Farmer also has been a senior account executive for Integris and for MCI Communications, and a senior retail account representative for T. Rowe Price and Associates. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park.


Todd Mohr has been appointed president of Aerotek, a provider of recruiting and staffing services headquartered in Hanover. Since 1995, Mohr has worked for Aerotek and its parent company, Allegis Group, in a variety of roles throughout the U.S. and Europe. Mohr began his Aerotek career as a technical recruiter. His most recent positions were president of Allegis Group’s European operations and chief operating officer. Mohr’s predecessor, Thomas M. Thornton, will remain active with the Allegis Group board of directors.