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THE BUSINESS ALBUM

The Daily Record recognizes 2017 Leading Women honorees

Jennifer Estrada, second from right, a senior manager at Gorfine, Schiller & Gardyn and a 2018 Leading Women winner, was joined by her colleagues, from left, Officer Scott Rogville, Manager Gina Snee, Managing Officer Simpson Gardyn and Senior Accountant Tara Almacy for the awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Jennifer Estrada, second from right, a senior manager at Gorfine, Schiller & Gardyn and a 2017 Leading Women winner, was joined by her colleagues, from left, Officer Scott Rogville, Manager Gina Snee, Managing Officer Simpson Gardyn and Senior Accountant Tara Almacy for the awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Maria Darby, the director of development and external relations with Keswick Multi-Care Center; Emily Burfoot, a craft and import sales representative with Tenth and Blake Beer Company at MillerCoors and a 2018 Leading Women winner; Jeffrey Dubnow, the vice president of development and communications with Chimes International Ltd.; and Scotti Cutlip, a product manager/editor at Agora Integrated Marketing, attended The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Maria Darby, the director of development and external relations with Keswick Multi-Care Center; Emily Burfoot, a craft and import sales representative with Tenth and Blake Beer Company at MillerCoors and a 2017 Leading Women winner; Jeffrey Dubnow, the vice president of development and communications with Chimes International Ltd.; and Scotti Cutlip, a product manager/editor at Agora Integrated Marketing, attended The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Roselyn Aker-Black, series psychologist for TVOne's "For my Woman"; Thomas Baden Jr., the editor of The Daily Record; Chanel Mason, a senior compensation analyst and assistant vice president at Legg Mason; Meggan Saulo, the managing director and head of global total rewards at Legg Mason; and Patricia Lattin, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Legg Mason, take time for a photo during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Roselyn Aker-Black, a clinical psychologist with Dr. Roz Therapeutic and Coaching Services and a 2017 Leading Women winner; Thomas Baden Jr., the editor of The Daily Record; Chanel Mason, a senior compensation analyst and assistant vice president at Legg Mason; Meggan Saulo, the managing director and head of global total rewards at Legg Mason; and Patricia Lattin, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Legg Mason, take time for a photo during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Fron left, Emily Levenson, an attorney with Brown, Goldstein & Levy; 2018 Leading Women winner Kim Fusco, a principal with Ellin & Tucker; and Erin Charles, a principal with SC&H Group, enjoy their time during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Fron left, Emily Levenson, an attorney with Brown, Goldstein & Levy; 2017 Leading Women winner Kim Fusco, a principal with Ellin & Tucker; and Erin Charles, a principal with SC&H Group, enjoy their time during The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Kate Smith, with Howard County General Hospital; 2018 Leading Women award winners Elizabeth Edsall Kromm, the vice president of population health and advancement with Howard County General Hospital; and Olivia Doherty, the director of communications with the Horizon Foundation; Seth Doherty; and Stacie Hunt, the president and CEO of Leadership Howard County, take time for a photo during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

From left, Kate Smith, with Howard County General Hospital; 2017 Leading Women award winners Elizabeth Edsall Kromm, the vice president of population health and advancement with Howard County General Hospital; and Olivia Doherty, the director of communications with the Horizon Foundation; Seth Doherty; and Stacie Hunt, the president and CEO of Leadership Howard County, take time for a photo during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Colleagues, friends and family members congratulate 2018 Leading Women winner Jennifer Boyle, center, the director of client advisory services with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, during the awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Colleagues, friends and family members congratulate 2017 Leading Women winner Jennifer Boyle, center, the director of client advisory services with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, during the awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Anna Mahaney, a partner with Ballard Spahr, celebrates her 2018 Leading Women award with her husband, Joe Mahaney, and their daughters, Kate and Sarah, at The Westin Annapolis.

Anna Mahaney, a partner with Ballard Spahr, celebrates her 2017 Leading Women award with her husband, Joe Mahaney, and their daughters, Kate and Sarah, at The Westin Annapolis.

The Daily Record Publisher Suzanne E. Fischer-Huettner addresses the audience at The Westin Annapolis during the 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony.

The Daily Record Publisher Suzanne E. Fischer-Huettner addresses the audience at The Westin Annapolis during the 2017 Leading Women awards ceremony.

Kadija Hart, the director of resource development with Belair-Edison Neighborhoods Inc., participates in a procession of The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women winners during the awards ceremony at The Annapolis Westin.

Kadija Hart, the director of resource development with Belair-Edison Neighborhoods Inc., participates in a procession of The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women winners during the awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Jeffrey Dubnow, the vice president of development and communications with Chimes International Ltd., delivers an address to the crowd attending The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Annapolis Westin.

Jeffrey Dubnow, the vice president of development and communications with Chimes International Ltd., delivers an address to the crowd attending The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Carmel Roques, left, the CEO of Keswick Multi-Care Center, presents a $2,000 scholarship check to Kellie McThenia, a senior at Towson University, during The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Annapolis Westin.

Carmel Roques, left, the CEO of Keswick Multi-Care Center, presents a ceremonial $2,000 scholarship check to Kellie McThenia, a senior at Towson University, during The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women awards ceremony at The Westin Annapolis.

Carmel Roques, left, the CEO of Keswick Multi-Care Center, and Raaheela Ahmed, center, the District 5 representative on the Prince George’s County Board of Education and a winner of The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women award, display her award with The Daily Record’s Publisher Suzanne E. Fischer-Huettner at The Annapolis Westin.

Carmel Roques, left, the CEO of Keswick Multi-Care Center, and Raaheela Ahmed, center, the District 5 representative on the Prince George’s County Board of Education and a winner of The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women award, display her award with The Daily Record’s Publisher Suzanne E. Fischer-Huettner at The Westin Annapolis.

The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women award winners gather for a group photo on stage at The Annapolis Westin.

The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women award winners gather for a group photo on stage at The Westin Annapolis.

The Daily Record’s 2018 Leading Women award winner Shannon Babe-Thomas, center, the executive director of Community Bridges Inc., celebrates her award with Janice Babe and Robert Babe at The Annapolis Westin.

The Daily Record’s 2017 Leading Women award winner Shannon Babe-Thomas, center, the executive director of Community Bridges Inc., celebrates her award with Janice Babe and Robert Babe at The Westin Annapolis.

Nakeia Drummond, the founder and CEO of NLD Strategic and a 2018 Leading Women award winner, displays her award with Jacen Drummond at The Annapolis Westin.

Nakeia Drummond, the founder and CEO of NLD Strategic and a 2017 Leading Women award winner, shows off her award with Jacen Drummond at The Westin Annapolis.

Coretta Bennett, second from right, the chief operating officer of Bithenergy Inc., celebrates her 2018 Leading Women award at The Annapolis Westin with Harry Holt, the executive vice president of operations with Bithgroup Technologies; Hemil Dhami, of Bithenergy Inc.; and Robert Wallace, the founder, president and CEO of Bithgroup Technologies.

Coretta Bennett, second from right, the chief operating officer of Bithenergy Inc., celebrates her 2017 Leading Women award at The Westin Annapolis with Harry Holt, the executive vice president of operations with Bithgroup Technologies; Hemil Dhami, of Bithenergy Inc.; and Robert Wallace, the founder, president and CEO of Bithgroup Technologies.

More than 300 people gathered Dec. 4 at The Westin Annapolis to celebrate the 50 honorees recognized in The Daily Record’s eighth annual Leading Women awards.

“Tonight’s honorees are extremely accomplished already,” said Suzanne E. Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “They excel in their professional lives and in service to their communities. They are juggling tough jobs, family commitments, community service, mentoring, education and a host of other priorities. Their already tremendous accomplishments are but a prelude to many more in the future.”

Leading Women identifies women who are 40 years old or younger for the accomplishments they have made in their career. They are judged on professional experience, community involvement and a commitment to inspiring change.

Honorees were selected by Top 100 Women, Leading Women and the publisher and editor of The Daily Record from among about 200 nominations.

The presenting sponsor was Chimes International Ltd., which has sponsored Leading Women for all eight years since its creation.

A $2,000 scholarship, sponsored by Keswick Multi-Care Center, was awarded to Kellie McThenia, a senior at Towson University who is studying gerontology and health care management. The scholarship was presented by Carmel Roques, CEO of Keswick, which also was the recognition sponsor.

Table sponsors were: CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield; Gorfine, Schiller & Gardyn P.A.; Howard County General Hospital; Kramon & Graham, Attorneys at Law; Maryland Proton Treatment Center; Melwood; Miles & Stockbridge; University of Maryland, Upper Chesapeake Health; and Wells Fargo.

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