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On the Move, 11/24: Manning joins board of Md. Association of Resources for Family and Youth

Terry Manning

Terry Manning

Terry Manning, vice president of organizational learning at The Children’s Guild, has joined the board of the Maryland Association of Resources for Family and Youth, a nonprofit provider network committed to strengthening families, youth and communities through advocacy. Manning is responsible for staff development, regulatory compliance and quality at The Children’s Guild, which provides academic and therapeutic services for children and adolescents who are traumatized, autistic and have multiple disabilities. She previously was a therapist for family and children at the Family and Children’s Services Sexual Abuse Treatment Center in Carroll County. Manning is a licensed certified social worker who received a master’s degree in social work and a bachelor’s degree in social work and psychology from the University of Maryland.

Architecture

Hord Coplan Macht, a full-service architecture and landscape architecture firm, of Baltimore, has promoted three staff members to associate: Bridget Parlato, senior graphic designer; Tarek Saleh, project architect in the firm’s housing studio; and Scott Walters, project architect in the education studio.

Awards

Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake has received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of nonprofits and charities. One-quarter of the charities Charity Navigator evaluated received its highest rating. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake works with people of all faiths and backgrounds to provide simple, decent, affordable homes for families in Anne Arundel County and the Baltimore region. Partner families, volunteers, and staff working together have built more than 285 houses and to revitalizing neighborhoods as we pursue our vision and mission to eliminate poverty housing in the region.

Health Care

The Greater Baltimore Medical Center Sexual Assault Forensic Examination program has received a $1 million gift to support its work providing comprehensive services for victims of sexual assault. The donor wishes to remain anonymous. The program is the sole provider of specially trained and certified forensic nurse examiners who care for adolescent and adult victims (ages 13 and older) of sexual assault in Baltimore County. S.A.F.E. nurses complete a full assessment of the patient, obtain potential forensic evidence and provide antibiotic therapy, emergency contraception and resources for crisis counseling and support services.

Paper

Acme Paper & Supply Co. has hired two account managers to work out of its headquarters in Savage: Nathan Sugar previously was a territory manager for CertainTeed Gypsum. He will focus on the food service, hospitality and health care markets. David L. Wagner most recently was vice president of sales and marketing for SF&C Corp., in Red Lion, Pa.  He also has served as regional sales manager for Unisource Worldwide/Georgia Pacific, in Jessup, sales representative for Alling and Cory in Camp Hill, Pa, and sales representative for Harrisburg Paper Co. in Harrisburg, Pa.