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On the Move, 5/23: Sachs named president of Har Sinai Congregation’s board

Stewart D. Sachs

Stewart D. Sachs has been named president of the board of Har Sinai Congregation, of Owings Mills, for the 2011–2012 term. He previously has served as president of Brotherhood as well as second vice president, treasurer and trustee of the congregation. Sachs is founder and president of Worthington Alternative Capital in Owings Mills, and a managing member of Black Walnut Capital Partners and Talbot Consulting. He is a member of the Maryland Private Lenders Association board of trustees and director of Lexington National Insurance Corp. Sachs received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Baltimore. Other new Har Sinai Congregation board officers are: Joanne Goldsmith, first vice president; Joseph DeMattos, second vice president; Anne Berman, third vice president; Cecilia Rund, secretary; Scott Hayet, treasurer; Samuel Dansicker, assistant treasurer.


Whit MacCuaig has been promoted to senior in the audit, accounting, and consulting department of Ellin & Tucker. His responsibilities include assisting on audits and reviews of financial statements for clients involved in the not-for-profit, service, manufacturing, and construction industries. MacCuaig is enrolled in the professional MBA program at Loyola University Maryland, where he has completed the accounting certificate program. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Baltimore.


Catherine Kuenzel, vice president of federal civil programs for Northrop Grumman Information Systems, was named Distinguished Alumnus for 2011 by University of Maryland University College. Kuenzel held leadership positions at Fortune 500 companies, including Oracle and Lucent Technologies, before joining Northrop Grumman in 2002. She graduated from UMUC with a bachelor’s degree in business management.

The Neighborhoods at St. Elizabeth, a 162-bed rehabilitation and nursing center in Baltimore, recently received LifeSpan Network’s Golden Q award for dedication to cultural change philosophies to better care for elders. LifeSpan Network represents more than 300 senior care provider organizations in Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Renegade Communications, of Hunt Valley, has received an educational advertising award from the Higher Education Marketing Report for its work with Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg. Renegade received a Merit Award in the Television Advertising Single Spot category in the “Schools Under 2,000 Students” group for an admissions video.


Kim Szondy has joined the Maryland Science Center, of Baltimore, as promotions coordinator. She will create and manage promotional events and sponsorship programs for the museum. Szondy most recently worked as production coordinator at Talking Tree Creative. She is a graduate of Towson University.