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The Daily Record announces 2018 VIP List

vip-logoThe Daily Record has announced its 2018 VIP List — Very Important Professionals Successful by 40 awards.

The Daily Record created the VIP List in 2011 to recognize professionals 40 years of age and younger who have been successful in Maryland. This year’s honorees, chosen by a panel of previous VIP List honorees and business leaders, were selected on the basis of professional accomplishments, community service and commitment to inspiring change.

“The 2018 VIP List honorees are the next generation of leaders across our state,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “These high achievers learned early and quickly that giving back to their communities and lending a hand to others is part and parcel of their success. The Daily Record congratulates this year’s honorees.”

The winners will be honored Sept. 13 at a reception starting at 5:30 p.m. at Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive in Baltimore. They also will be profiled in a special section that will be inserted into the Sept. 14 issue of The Daily Record and available online at www.TheDailyRecord.com.

Here is the list of 2018 Winners:

Berke Attila
City of Baltimore/Department of General Services
Lindsay Baublitz
SC&H Capital
Megan Benevento, Esq.
Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, P.A.
Allyson Black
Baltimore Gas & Electric, An Exelon Company
Van Brooks
Safe Alternative Foundation for Education, Inc./Governor’s Office of Service & Volunteerism
Kendra Brown
American University Washington College of Law
Christine E. Buckley
PNC Bank
Sarah Christa Butts, MSW
University of Maryland School of Social Work
Deandra Coleman
Deandra Coleman Interiors
Quinn Collins
C+W Communications
Drew Cook
Berman McAleer
Jennifer L. Curry
Baker Donelson
Desiree de la Torre
Children’s National Health System
Rachel Dolcine
Compass Consulting and Training Solutions, LLC
Alan L. Dunklow
Maryland Office of the Attorney General
Lauren Eaton
Itineris
Bryan R. Ebert
Pessin Katz Law
Sonya Funna Evelyn
Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA)
Andrew Finkelstein
JLL
Joshua Funk
Rehab 2 Perform
Panagis Galiatsatos MD, MHS
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Ashleigh DeFries Gallagher
Maryland General Assembly & Johns Hopkins & Healthy Living with Ash
Marie Grant
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
MaryBeth Hyland
SparkVision
Patricia B. Jefferson
Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
Thomas (Tj) Keilty
Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker
Elizabeth Edsall Kromm, PhD
Howard County General Hospital/Johns Hopkins Medicine
Jonathan Kucskar
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Neveen H. Kurtom
Law Office of Neveen H. Kurtom, LLC
Jenna Laube, PE
Groundwater & Environmental Services
Tonee A. Lawson
The Be. Org
Nicolette A. Louissaint
Healthcare Ready
Sierra B. Mitchell
Meng Law
Alexandria Montanio
Gordon Feinblatt
Nora Howell Morgan
Jubilee Arts a Program of Intersection of Change
Marianne Navarro
AICP, Mayor’s Office of Strategic Alliances
Raf Olazagasti
Wells Fargo Bank
Elizabeth R. Paal
Heritage Financial Consultants
Len R. Parrish
Harford County Community & Economic Development
Divya Potdar
Diva Law, LLC
Kelly A. Powers
Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
Thomas K. Prevas
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP
Jessica Quincosa
Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County
Lynden Renwick, Esq.
BrightKey, Inc.
Robert Reynolds
Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Aviation Administration
Shantell L. Roberts
Touching Young Lives, Incorporated
Sarah Sheppard
Governor’s Workforce Development Board
Walter L. G. Simmons
Employ Prince George’s
Brian S. Southard
Kramon & Graham, PA
Ryan Spiegel
City of Gaithersburg/Paley Rothman
Juan A. Webster
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore
Channa L. Williams
City of Baltimore
Zuberi Bakari Williams
Maryland District Court
Swapna Yeluri
Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP)

3 comments

  1. Congratulations Neveen!

  2. Kathleen Coulahan

    Christine, Congratulations! This is a well deserved recognition of your commitment to PNC Wealth Management, our clients and the community to which you devote your time and talents.

  3. Way to go Nora Howell Morgan! This is a tribute both to your leadership and to the inspiring work of Jubilee Arts and Intersection of Change.

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