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Thomas R. Mullen
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
Thomas R. Mullen President and CEO Mercy Health Services Inc. As the first lay president and CEO of Mercy Health Services and its subsidiaries, Thomas R. Mullen continues to be motivated by the mission and values of the Sisters of Mercy and their health care service to the Baltimore region, he wrote. Mullen was selected…
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Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr.
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Maryland Senate Maryland General Assembly As the eldest of 10 children in a family of retail merchants, Maryland Sen. Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said that he learned the power of hard work and that he had to set an example for his younger siblings. “You do the best you…
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Raymond Mason
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
Raymond Mason Retired Legg Mason Since retiring as leader of the financial giant Legg Mason, Raymond A. “Chip” Mason continues to work hard, investing throughout the region. “Hard work is the only thing that I know that delivers,” Mason said. “Almost everyone I know who has done well or is doing well has worked hard,…
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William Kirwan
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
William Kirwan Chancellor Emeritus University System of Maryland William “Brit” Kirwan, a national authority on critical issues facing higher education, remains committed to helping others gain access to high-quality schools after 13 years as the University System of Maryland’s chancellor. “In today’s world education is not just an option, it is essential for career success…
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Harry Johnson
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
Harry Johnson Partner Whiteford Taylor & Preston While Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP partner Harry S. Johnson claims many firsts — the first African American to preside over the Maryland State Bar Association and the GBMC Healthcare board — it’s his victories for others that have propelled his career in product liability litigation. Johnson was…
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Charles H. Jacobs Jr.
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-18
Charles H. Jacobs Jr. Senior Advisor Harford Bank After 43 years at Harford Bank, Charles H. Jacobs Jr. said his motivation to succeed comes from routinely setting personal goals and aspiring to learn something new each day. Jacobs stepped down as president and CEO of Harford Bank in July and continues to serve as the…
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Jury deliberates in college student’s fatal stabbing
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-18
A jury is expected to hear attorneys’ closing arguments Wednesday in the trial of a white man charged with fatally stabbing a black college student at a bus stop on the University of Maryland’s campus….
Category(s): Law,More News
Md. counties and universities boost revenue with ICE contracts
Posted by: Capital News Service on 2019-12-17
Protesters call for the abolishment of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, and demand changes in U.S. immigration policies on June 29, 2018, in New York. (AP File Photo/Mary Altaffer) ANNAPOLIS — As Maryland counties and universities face increasing pressure to end their partnerships with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Cecil County’s partnership recently…
Category(s): Law,Featured
Morgan State receives nearly $250K museum grant to expand civil rights education
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-17
Morgan State University officials announced Tuesday it received a three-year, $248,442 grant award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for the university’s Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum to fund the development of a programmatic, civil rights-based educational curriculum aimed at Baltimore middle school and high school students. Exhibits and interactive technology at the Lillie…
Equal Rights Amendment may be near ratification, but must overcome old deadline
Posted by: Capital News Service on 2019-12-17
WASHINGTON – The Equal Rights Amendment may be close to ratification following Democratic wins in Virginia’s House and Senate and proposed House and Senate resolutions to remove the ratification deadline. The ERA would guarantee equal constitutional rights to a person regardless of sex. If ratified in Virginia, the ERA would reach the required 38…
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