The Washington Post Sunday - - TAKING STOCK -

Chang­ing jobs: Nancy Ro­man, chief ex­ec­u­tive of the Cap­i­tal Area Food Bank, is step­ping down to run the D.C.-based Part­ner­ship for a Health­ier Amer­ica, a non­profit fo­cused on end­ing child­hood obe­sity. The part­ner­ship’s hon­orary chair is for­mer first lady Michelle Obama. The food bank has an­nounced a search for a new leader. Get­ting big­ger: Navy Fed­eral Credit Union has ab­sorbed the Fort Meade Com­mu­nity Credit Union, adding two branches to its own global net­work. One branch is on the fort’s Army gar­ri­son, and the other is lo­cated at the Oden­ton Shop­ping Cen­ter. New at the top: Cyndi Barreda has been named chief ex­ec­u­tive of NetCentrics, a Hern­don-based provider of IT, cloud and cy­ber­se­cu­rity ser­vices to the fed­eral govern­ment. Barreda, who joined the com­pany in 2002, most re­cently served as pres­i­dent. She suc­ceeds Bob Dougherty, one of the com­pany founders.

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