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On the Move, 9/21: Lingenfelter appointed VP of finance by Weinberg Foundation

John F. Lingenfelter

John F. Lingenfelter has been appointed vice president of finance by the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation. The new position is based in the foundation’s Owings Mills office. Lingenfelter most recently was vice president of finance at Morgan Stanley. He previously was a financial consultant for Collingwood Advisors, and vice president, corporate trust services, for Wells Fargo Bank. Lingenfelter has a master’s degree from Loyola University’s Sellinger School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Towson University.


Northrop Grumman Corp.’s Electronic Systems sector has received the 2011 Outstanding Corporate Leadership Award from the Maryland Recycling Network for its recycling and waste reduction during the past year. In early 2009, Northrop Grumman’s Baltimore-area operations began using single-stream recycling, which allows paper, cans, plastics, glass and cardboard to be collected together in one container. This made it simpler for employees to decide to recycle, increasing their involvement. An employee engagement campaign was then introduced at its Baltimore, Annapolis, Sykesville and Elkridge campuses, which further encouraged employees to recycle.

Margaret Perry, an 18-year-old student from Baltimore who has dyslexia and attention deficit disorder, has received the highest honor given by Learning Ally, a nonprofit organization that serves more than 300,000 individuals across the U.S. with learning differences, visual impairment and reading disabilities: She is one of several students who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to Washington, D.C., early next year to accept their awards, meet members of Congress, and speak at a media roundtable on Capitol Hill. Before starting her freshman year at Duke University, Perry spent this summer interning at SuperKids Camp in Baltimore, a nonprofit summer camp for city elementary students to improve their literacy and math skills. She had been an AP Scholar student at St. Paul’s School for Girls in Brooklandville.


The Center for Social Value Creation at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business recently named six business leaders to form its advisory board: Stanley Litow (chair), vice president, citizenship & corporate affairs and president, IBM International Foundation; John Chickering, vice president, Fidelity Investments; Lisa Hall, president and CEO, Calvert Foundation; Robert Kashan, founder and CEO, EarthColor Inc.; Alan Webber, co-founder, Fast Company; and Dennis Wraase, former CEO and chairman, Pepco Holdings.

The board of directors of IWIF Workers’ Compensation Insurance has two new members: Ivory Tucker, a retired corporate officer of Northrop Grumman, has a law degree from Howard University and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Morgan State. Wayne R. Gioioso Sr., a real estate investor and property developer, is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law. His work experience includes serving as an insurance claims adjuster with Allstate Insurance Co.

Real Estate

Nadia Kahler has been hired as transaction manager in the Baltimore office of Colliers International. Kahler previously was director of administration for the brokerage department of Manekin LLC. She is a licensed real estate agent in Maryland.


Latrice Goode has been named resident services coordinator by Greater Baltimore AHC at MonteVerde, a 301-unit apartment community for seniors and non-elderly people with disabilities in Lower Park Heights. Goode has more than a decade of experience is various aspects of apartment property management and services. She previously was a resident manager with AHC Inc., the parent organization of GBAHC.