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Path to Excellence Networking series visits Salisbury University

From left, Mary Angela Baker, founding director of the Center for Extended & Lifelong Learning at Salisbury University; Crystal Dickerson, employer relations manager with Salisbury University; and past Top 100 Women winner and event co-host Paula Morris, a professor of the practice with the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University, visit during the event. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

From left, Mary Angela Baker, founding director of the Center for Extended & Lifelong Learning at Salisbury University; Crystal Dickerson, employer relations manager with Salisbury University; and past Top 100 Women winner and event co-host Paula Morris, a professor of the practice with the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University, visit during the event. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

From left, Lynne Bratten, owner of Bratten Rentals LLC; Cindy Christensen, owner/director of Visiting Angels Eastern Shore; Allyson Wade, a financial adviser with Charter Financial Group; and Susan Rogers, of the Salisbury University Guerreri Student Union, pose during the event.

From left, Lynne Bratten, owner of Bratten Rentals LLC; Cindy Christensen, owner/director of Visiting Angels Eastern Shore; Allyson Wade, a financial adviser with Charter Financial Group; and Susan Rogers, of the Salisbury University Guerreri Student Union, pose during the event.

From left, former Top 100 Women winners Chalarra Sessoms, director of clinical compliance and community relations with Wraparound Maryland Inc., and Sonya Whited, senior director of retail product development with Perdue Farms, visit with Dr. Brante Dashiell, co-chair of Complete County Committee Wicomico. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

From left, former Top 100 Women winners Chalarra Sessoms, director of clinical compliance and community relations with Wraparound Maryland Inc., and Sonya Whited, senior director of retail product development with Perdue Farms, visit with Dr. Brante Dashiell, co-chair of Complete County Committee Wicomico. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Past Top 100 Women and Leading Women honorees gather at the Path to Excellence networking series event at Salisbury University. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Past Top 100 Women and Leading Women honorees gather at the Path to Excellence networking series event at Salisbury University. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Salisbury University President Dr. Charles Wight, the host sponsor for the event, welcomes people to the networking series gathering. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Salisbury University President Dr. Charles Wight, the host sponsor for the event, welcomes people to the networking series gathering. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Life Crisis Center Executive Director Abby Marsh, the featured nonprofit at the event, speaks to the crowd. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Life Crisis Center Executive Director Abby Marsh, the featured nonprofit at the event, speaks to the crowd. (Photo by Jeanne Anderton)

Close to 100 people attended the final 2019 Path to Excellence networking series event Nov. 12 at Salisbury University.

Keswick is the series sponsor for Path to Excellence for 2019. Salisbury University was the event sponsor for the November gathering.

The nonprofit partner at the event was Life Crisis Center. Founded in 1976, the center’s mission is to improve the quality of life in the community through crisis intervention and violence prevention. Serving Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset counties, it advocates for and provides a wide range of services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. It also houses the suicide hotline and is the designated information and referral center for Maryland 2-1-1 for the entire Eastern Shore.

As part of the event, and in conjunction with innovation sponsor Port Covington, women-owned businesses shared their products with attendees. BrickRose Exchange was selected as an Innovation Exhibitor for the event. Exhibitor applications for the next event can be found at www.thedailyrecord.com/path-to-excellence.

Next year is the 25th anniversary of The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women and The Daily Record is planning a year of events and celebration. The next Path to Excellence event will be held in Annapolis in February. Information about the 2020 Path to Excellence Networking series and all the events to mark the 25th anniversary of Top 100 Women will be announced soon.

Visit our website, www.thedailyrecord.com, for more information and be sure to sign up for our free bi-weekly Women Who Lead Newsletter. Nominations for the 2020 Top 100 Women close Jan. 9.

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