Mark Jasin departs Ritron, Carmel, IN, as national sales manager to become Midwest regional sales manager for Kenwood Communications, Long Beach, CA.

James C. Hillard, leaves the American Society of Association Executives, Washington, DC, as manager of the technology section and educational programs to become institute director for APCO-International, South Daytona, FL.

Michael C. Engle, leaves Microwave Networks, a division of California Microwave, Redwood City, CA, as vice president of marketing and customer support to become vice president of international sales for Tadiran Microwave Networks, Houston.

Motorola and the executive board of the Motorola Trunked Users Group (MTUG) presents the Danny Smith Award to Brent Ackzen, a bureau commander in the Glendale, AZ, police department and MTUG southwest regional director. The award recognizes individuals who have shown outstanding leadership and service to MTUG.

Craig F. Szczutkowski leaves Ericsson Private Radio Systems, Lynchburg, VA, as vice president of international business to become senior vice president of product and market development for Transcrypt International, Lincoln, NE.

Robert Ripp, executive vice president of AMP, Harrisburg, PA, advances to chief executive officer.

Pamela Morais leaves Atlantic Cellular, Providence, RI, as vice president of human resources to become vice president of human resources for Crown Communications, Pittsburgh, PA.

Holmes Bailey, president of ECI, Rutherford, NJ, becomes general manager for Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Metuchen, NJ.

Ron Brann leaves Cabletron Systems, Rochester, NH, as international sales manager to become international account manger at Gabriel Electronics, Scarborough, ME.

Changes at Intek Global, Princeton, NJ: Howard Frank, dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, will serve on the audit committee of Intek's board of outside directors. Eli M. Noam, senior faculty member in the Finance and Economics Department at Columbia University Graduate School of Business and Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, will serve on the compensation committee, also of the board of outside directors.

William H. Cole moves up from director of business development to president of Airtech Wireless, Carrollton, TX.

Bruce Bishop, vice president of engineering at TECOM, Chatsworth, CA, becomes the company's president.

Tony Gutierrez leaves BK Radio/RELM Communications, Melbourne, FL, as international sales director to become director of sales for RF Industries, San Diego.