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On the Move, 3/7: Young joins Wells Fargo as financial adviser

Roger A. Young

Roger A. Young has joined the Lutherville office of Wells Fargo Advisors as a financial adviser. He will work with individuals and businesses. Young has 18 years of finance experience; most recently he was vice president of investor and media relations at Black & Decker in Towson. He has an accounting degree from Loyola College in Maryland, and master’s degrees in operations from the University of Maryland and Carnegie Mellon University. Young serves on the board of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland.

Education

Old Line Bank has joined the College of Southern Maryland as a sponsor of CSM’s arts program for the 2011-12 season, contributing $10,000 in direct support of the college’s productions throughout the year and the summer. Arts activities and events take place on all three CSM campuses, including theater productions, dance performances, the Twilight Performance Series, and Kids’ and Teen College Classes in the Arts.

Energy

Greenspring Energy, of Timonium, a provider of solar and efficiency products and solutions for home and business, has appointed two new directors: Greg Young is now director of field services, overseeing solar installation processes in the field. He joined the company in February 2011. Young has also worked for Irwin & Leighton, a mid-Atlantic construction company, and Fine Finishes Construction. He is IREC Solar PV Installation and Design certified, Green Advantage certified in construction principles and practices, Storm Water certified, and Green Card certified by the Maryland Department of Environment. Sandi Formanek is now director of project management. Formanek had been a senior area sales manager since joining the organization four years ago. She is licensed by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission and is certified by Schuco Solar USA, a global manufacturer and distributor of high quality solar energy products.

Environmental Planning

Straughan Environmental, of Columbia, recently expanded its staff: Senior Planner James T. Noonan will head the planning division. Noonan has 37 years of planning experience for the public and private sector. He is vice president of the American Planning Association, Maryland Chapter, and has been involved in Smart Growth implementation, the Inter-County Connector Principals Plus 1 Committee, the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Task Force, the Interagency Committee for Noise Control, and the Land Growth and Stewardship Subcommittee of the Chesapeake Bay Program. Landscape architect Myra Brosius will head the public outreach component of Straughan Environmental’s Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission wastewater project in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. Brosius has nearly 30 years of experience in environmental planning in the public and private sector. Straughan Environmental provides sustainable environmental planning, permitting and design services throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

Information

Suzanne Petrie Liscouski has been appointed director of homeland security of Creative Computing Solutions, of Rockville, a woman-owned provider of program/project management services, security and information assurance solutions, and enterprise systems engineering to the federal government. Liscouski has more than 15 years of experience in the Pentagon, White House and Department of Homeland Security, including work on counterterrorism, counternarcotics, and border and maritime security. Most recently, Liscouski was business development director, international and homeland security accounts, for TASC Inc.

Nonprofits

Volunteers of America Chesapeake recently received a $5,000.00 donation from BB&T, the latest in their relationship. In 2010, the nonprofit was a beneficiary for BB&T’s Lighthouse Project, which included employee volunteerism and financial support. Volunteers of America Chesapeake operates more than 26 health and human service programs throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Mike Posko has been named CEO of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. Posko worked for 17 years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Baltimore, and the past 10 years in executive positions serving the real estate construction industry with Struever Brothers, Eccles and Rouse, and Cross Street Partners. He also has served on the boards and committees, and as a volunteer, with other nonprofits.