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On the Move, 4/20: Scott appointed to Blue Water Baltimore panel

Theodore E. Scott

Theodore E. Scott
, owner of Stormwater Maintenance, headquartered in Hunt Valley, was recently appointed to the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee of Blue Water Baltimore. BWB’s mission is to use community-based restoration, education, and advocacy to achieve clean water in Baltimore’s rivers, streams, and harbor. Scott has more than 20 years of expertise in stormwater management and specialty water resources design; he has worked on water quality improvement projects in Baltimore’s watersheds, including the recently completed bioretention water quality retrofit design/build project at The Park School. Stormwater Maintenance provides inspections, maintenance and repairs for stormwater and drainage systems.


An initiative for reducing and preventing infant deaths through parent education in the nursery at Franklin Square Hospital Center, of Baltimore, has been selected by the Maryland Patient Safety Center to receive the first Minogue Award for Patient Safety Innovation. In addition, a program at Frederick Memorial Hospital, of Frederick, for identifying and helping potential victims of domestic abuse was recognized for Distinguished Achievement in Patient Safety Innovation.


Adventist HealthCare, of Rockville, appointed two new board members to its board of trustees: Renee Battle-Brooks is an attorney who spent eight years with the Public Defender’s Office for Maryland and the past 11 years as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County. She was the county’s Prosecutor of the Year in 2004 and Columbia Union College’s Alumnus of the Year in 2005. Battle-Brooks has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Columbia Union College, now known as Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, and a law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Bruce Robertson is the managing director and co-head of H.I.G. BioVentures, the life science-focused venture capital affiliate of H.I.G. Capital. He previously served as managing director at Toucan Capital, an early-stage venture capital fund in Maryland, focusing on life-science investments, and has been a general partner at GIV Venture Partners, director of business development at IGEN International, and a research manager at W.R. Grace & Co.


Pete Sutcliffe has been hired as project manager by Mullan Contracting Co., a construction management and general contracting firm based in Lutherville. Sutcliffe previously was senior project manager for Hubert Construction. He has also worked in project management positions with Balfour Beatty Construction, SIGAL Construction Co. and George Hyman Construction. The former commissioned U.S. Army officer has been designated an Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Hospice care

Cliff Hughes will begin work May 2 as a development associate in the Howard County office of Gilchrist Hospice Care, a subsidiary of GBMC HealthCare. Hughes will be responsible for development and marketing within Howard County, and the planning and coordinating of Gilchrist’s annual fundraiser, Taste & Auction of Howard County. He is a former board member of Hospice Services of Howard County, which merged with Gilchrist in 1997, and has been a volunteer member of the steering committee for Taste & Auction since 1987. Hughes most recently was general manager of the Crab Shanty in Ellicott City. He and his wife, Kathy, own Studio K Salon & Spa in Marriottsville, where he is responsible for marketing and business functions.