David Sirvio leaves Ortel, Alhambra, CA, as director of worldwide business development and strategic accounts to join Advanced TechCom as senior vice president of sales.
Changes at Kenwood Communications, Long Beach, CA: Cheryl Daly joins Kenwood as sales administration manager after 17 years of experience in electronics manufacturing and management. Luis Larralde joins Kenwood as international regional sales manager after holding a similar position at Hutton Communications, Dallas.
Edward W. Barnholt, executive vice president of the Test and Measurement Organization at Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, CA, becomes executive vice president of a newly created Measurement Organization, formed by merging the Test and Measurement Organization and the Measurement Systems Organization.
Richard C. Cope, who served as a consultant to Advanced Charger Technology Atlanta, throughout its startup period, becomes chief operating officer for the company.
Craig Huffaker departs TIE Communications, Kansas City, MO, as chief financial officer, to join Transcrypt International, Lincoln, NE, as senior vice president, finance.
Changes at Metawave Communications, Redmond, WA: Richard Henderson leaves Nortel’s cellular group, Richardson, TX, as vice president of marketing operations, to join Metawave as vice president of sales and marketing. Ray Butler, director of system architecture advances to vice president of engineering. Robert Shuman, director of digital products, moves up to vice president of product management.
Michael Owens joins the Grayson Wireless division of Allen Telecom, Forest, VA, as European sales manager, after working at LCC International, McLean, VA, as account manager.
D. Gregg Marston, controller, moves up to vice president of finance for Princeton, NJ-based Intek Global. He replaces Lee Montellaro, who is leaving to pursue other business interests. Louis J. Monari leaves Digital Solutions, Somerset, NJ, as vice president to join Intek as vice president of administration.
Geoffrey Scott Carroll joins LCC International, McLean, VA, as president after leaving Brussels, Belgium-based Origin B.V., the information technology services subsidiary of Philips N.V., as chief executive officer.
Richard D. Parlow retires from the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), having served in the Office of Spectrum Management as associate administrator since 1983. He becomes director of international government at Iridium, Washington, DC.
Raymond F. Wisniewski joins the Industrial Telecommunications Association, Arlington, VA, as director, marketing and meeting administration, after leaving ESSI, as association marketing firm, as principal.