Curtis Pope, Abbey Harriss, Joshua Gorsky, Dominic Serio, Kaitlyn LaHart, Katrin Hussmann Schroll, Rachel Klein, Neerja Razdan, Sarah Miller, Mary Josephine Holuba, Caitlin Meslar, Molly Sjurson, Brina Masi Eades, Travis Klein, David Stallings, Leslie Cumber and Adam Van Bavel have been honored as a GameChanger by the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
- Curtis Pope is a business development officer with First National Bank
- Abbey Harriss is an assets under management data specialist with T. Rowe Price
- Joshua Gorsky is a student at the University of Baltimore Law School
- Dominic Serio is a financial representative with Worthington Financial Partners
- Kaitlyn LaHart is a global store development coordinator with Under Armour
- Katrin Hussmann Schroll is the assistant dean for admissions at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law
- Rachel Klein is a Realtor with RE/MAX Preferred
- Neerja Razdan is associate counsel with The University of Maryland Medical System
- Sarah Miller is chief financial officer/chief operating officer business analyst with Brown Advisory
- Mary Josephine Holuba is a pediatric nurse practitioner, pediatric oncology / BMT with Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center
- Caitlin Meslar is an associate manager in global sports marketing with Under Armour
- Molly Sjurson is a client services manager with the Baltimore Ravens
- Brina Masi Eades is a staff attorney with Venable LLP
- Travis Klein is a manager at Ellin & Tucker
- David Stallings is a partner at Niles, Barton & Wilmer LLP
- Leslie Cumber is a health care attorney with Gordon Feinblatt
- Adam Van Bavel is a new business development manager with O’Neil Interactive
The recognition is awarded to outstanding young professionals in the Baltimore area who are going above and beyond at work and in the community. As a 2017 Awardee, the winners were selected by a committee because they demonstrate excellence in their profession, show a commitment to the betterment of their communities and displays leadership among their peers.
As part of being named a GameChanger, they will participate in opportunities for personal and professional development, engaging volunteer opportunities, education on the young adult cancer fight and raise more than $3,000 in support of the organization.
The program will culminate at The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults’ annual Blue Jeans (& Bowties) Ball Feb. 10, 2018 where they will be recognized and celebrated for their awards.
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