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John Goode | Evergreen Advisors

John Goode was named to the CFO Advisory Practice of Evergreen Advisors, a middle-market investment bank and corporate advisory firm, with offices in Columbia and McLean, Virginia. Goode has fostered his executive financial management experience through strategic roles as a ...

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Jennica Larrison | U. of Baltimore

Jennica Larrison, associate professor in the College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore, is the winner of the 2022 President’s Faculty Award. She will be honored at a luncheon in the coming months. This meritorious award is the ...

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Patrick Short | Franklin & Prokopik

Patrick Short has joined the workers’ comp team in the Baltimore office of Franklin & Prokopik. Before joining F&P, Short was an assistant state’s attorney for the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office (BCSAO). He joined the BCSAO while in law ...

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Barry Herman | Womble Bond

Barry Herman, an IP litigator who serves on Womble Bond Dixon’s Firm Management Committee, was named to the board of directors for Casey Cares, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit  that offers uplifting activities and experiences for critically ill children and their families ...

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Kirsten Gettys Downs | HPRP

Kirsten Gettys Downs was named executive director of the Homeless Persons Representation Project Inc. (HPRP), a nonprofit in Baltimore with a mission to end homelessness in Maryland. Downs joins the nonprofit with more than 10 years of experience in organizational management ...

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Pam Carter | UMGC

The University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) appointed Pam Carter, PhD, dean and vice president of the School of Business. The Silver Spring resident brings more than 20 years of higher education leadership experience to the position — she served in both administrative ...

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