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On the Move, 6/2: Baum appointed executive director of AACC’s PR and marketing department

Dan Baum

Dan Baum
has been appointed executive director of Anne Arundel Community College’s public relations and marketing department. He most recently was vice president of Crosby Marketing Communications. Before that, he was director of marketing and then president of the Building Owners and Managers Institute, a nonprofit educational organization that provides certification and training to commercial real estate professionals. Baum has taught continuing education courses at AACC. He has completed master’s degree-level courses in marketing at Johns Hopkins University.


Jeanne D. Taylor has been hired to work in the Salisbury office of the Becker Morgan Group as a marketing coordinator. Taylor, who has experience in marketing, sales, promotions, and event planning, will also work on behalf of the firm’s offices in Dover, Del., and Wilmington, N.C. She has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Salisbury University, where she is pursuing an MBA.


Zachary J. Greene, a supervisor for HeimLantz PC, of Annapolis, has been designated a certified fraud examiner by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. CFEs examine data and records to detect and trace fraudulent transactions, interview suspects to obtain information and confessions, write investigation reports, and advise clients as to their findings and testify at trial.

Two Maryland Public Television volunteers were recognized by the National Friends of Public Broadcasting at the annual PBS meeting in Orlando last month. On June 21 Carole Sibel will receive the Volunteer in Fundraising Award for her work as vice chair of the MPT Foundation. The University of Maryland, College Park, graduate is also an advisor for the Baltimore Zoo Capital Campaign, a member of the Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Foundation board of directors, and founder and chair of the Cultural Arts Institute of Chizuk Amuno Congregation. George Wills, the newly selected MPT Foundation chair, will receive the Grassroots Advocacy Award for his work to rally the public and his advocacy with state and federal officials on behalf of public broadcasting. Wills has served on the board of trustees/directors for the Baltimore Museum of Art, The Kennedy Krieger Institute and the National Aquarium, Baltimore. He holds a doctorate from Johns Hopkins University.

Michael Shacklette recently received a 2011 Governor’s Service Award from the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism for his work in particular with the Y of Central Maryland. Among his efforts was serving as a project manager for last year’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tribute and a renovation of the Druid Hill Family Center Y in Baltimore. Shacklette founded The Michael Group general contractors in 2003. After graduating from the University of Maryland he had begun his career working as a laborer for Harkins Builders. He later served as vice president of the Artery Organization and project executive for Struever Bros., Eccles and Rouse. Shacklette is also a member of the board of Florence Crittenton Services.