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Path to Excellence networking series visits Liriodendron Mansion

From left, Andrea Parrish, an assistant professor and graduate program director at Towson University; Jill McClure, of Avon Protection Systems; and Len Parrish, director of community and economic development with Harford County take time for a photo during the networking event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Andrea Parrish, an assistant professor and graduate program director at Towson University; Jill McClure, of Avon Protection Systems; and Len Parrish, director of community and economic development with Harford County take time for a photo during the networking event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Harford County Public Library was the sponsor of the July 17 Path to Excellence networking event in Bel Air. Mary Hastler, left, CEO of Harford County Public Library, was a co-host and posed while speaking with Cecilia Helmstetter, the director of development with the United Way of Central Maryland. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Harford County Public Library was the sponsor of the July 17 Path to Excellence networking event in Bel Air. Mary Hastler, left, CEO of Harford County Public Library, was a co-host and posed while speaking with Cecilia Helmstetter, the director of development with the United Way of Central Maryland. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Flora Hinton, a finance supervisor with the city of Aberdeen; Liz Rodriguez, with the Susquehanna Women’s Network; Leslie Greenly Smith, marketing and communications administrator with the Harford County Public Library; and Bridget Forney, vice president with Profiles Inc., spend time networking. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Flora Hinton, a finance supervisor with the city of Aberdeen; Liz Rodriguez, with the Susquehanna Women’s Network; Leslie Greenly Smith, marketing and communications administrator with the Harford County Public Library; and Bridget Forney, vice president with Profiles Inc., spend time networking. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Ashira Quabili, marketing communications coordinator with Freedom Credit Union; Ronnie T. Davis, president of Longstream Coaching and Training; and Patrice Ricciardi, director of business development with Freedom Credit Union, take time for a photo during the event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Ashira Quabili, marketing communications coordinator with Freedom Credit Union; Ronnie T. Davis, president of Longstream Coaching and Training; and Patrice Ricciardi, director of business development with Freedom Credit Union, take time for a photo during the event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

A crowd of more than 100 women gathered in the main room at Liriodendron Mansion for The Daily Record’s Path to Excellence networking series. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

A crowd of more than 100 women gathered in the main room at Liriodendron Mansion for The Daily Record’s Path to Excellence networking series. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Ivy Gales, left, community market leader with SECU, and Lynnea Cornish, senior director of elementary programming and support with Concentric, enjoy the networking event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Ivy Gales, left, community market leader with SECU, and Lynnea Cornish, senior director of elementary programming and support with Concentric, enjoy the networking event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Rosalyn Stewart, a volunteer and external relations manager with Keswick, welcomes guests to The Daily Record’s Path to Excellence networking series at the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air. Keswick is a Path to Excellence networking series sponsor. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Rosalyn Stewart, a volunteer and external relations manager with Keswick, welcomes guests to The Daily Record’s Path to Excellence networking series at the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air. Keswick is a Path to Excellence networking series sponsor. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Former Top 100 Women and Leading Women honorees who attended the event have fun during a group photo at the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

Former Top 100 Women and Leading Women honorees who attended the event have fun during a group photo at the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Harford Family House staff members Kathy McGee and Mary Biggs and CEO Robin Tomechko stand with items donated to the organization during the networking event. Harford Family House was the the nonprofit beneficiary of the event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

From left, Harford Family House staff members Kathy McGee and Mary Biggs and CEO Robin Tomechko stand with items donated to the organization during the networking event. Harford Family House was the the nonprofit beneficiary of the event. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

More than 100 women gathered July 17 at the Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air campus as part of The Daily Record’s Path to Excellence networking series.

The women were there to share and celebrate the connections that have shaped and advanced their careers. The event was held in conjunction with the release of the July issue of the Path to Excellence magazine, which focused on health care and how you can age well, ideally in your own home; a look at caregivers, which predominately falls to women in the family; and the demand for nurses which is expected to grow in the next half-dozen years.

Former Circle of Excellence, Top 100 Women and Leading Women honorees were co-hosts for the event including Denise Carnaggio, Harford Community College; Pamela Craig, Harford Community Action Agency; Carolyn Evans, Sengstackle & Evans, LLC; Sheryly Davis Kohl, Beacon Staffing Alternatives Inc.; Shawn Kros, The Arc Northern Chesapeake Region; Angela Rose, Harford County Chamber of Commerce; Robin Tomechko, Harford Family House; Deborah Williams, Howard Bank; and Mary Teddy Wray, Laurel Bush Family Dentistry.

The nonprofit beneficiary of the event was the Harford Family House, the largest provider of transitional housing for homeless families in Harford County. It is the only organization in the county that can keep a family intact during a homelessness crisis.

The 2018 networking series is sponsored by Keswick and Harford County Public Library was the host sponsor.

The September Path to Excellence networking event is scheduled for Sept. 25 at the offices of Pessin Katz Law P.A. in Towson. For updates and details, go to thedailyrecord.com/path-to-excellence/calendar/.

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