Quincy Lucas, founder and president of Witney’s Lights, has been inducted into the Federal Women’s Council Hall of Fame, which honors those who have contributed to the advancement of women through their community and public service. Lucas made her mark ...Read More »
The Baltimore Community Foundation has elected Ellen N. Bernard, Wes Moore, and Paul C. Wolman III to its board of trustees. Raymond L. Bank was elected to chair the board, succeeding E. Robert Kent Jr., who has been named trustee ...Read More »
Beverly J. White-Seals has been named president of The Columbia Foundation, which raises, manages and distributes funds to support Howard County non-profits. Her responsibilities will include managing the foundation, its programs and projects, including community relations, staffing, fundraising, grant-making, overseeing ...Read More »
Ed Saunders and Elizabeth Goodier have joined STX as director of marketing and marketing and communications manager, respectively. Saunders will oversee all facets of branding initiatives. He most recently worked at Nike Bauer Hockey where he was promoted from U.S. ...Read More »
Sheela Murthy, president and founder of the Murthy Law Firm, has been named to the Harvard Law School Dean’s Visiting Committee and invited for reappointment to the Peer Review Committee of the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission. The HLS committee convenes ...Read More »
Danielle Wharton, MHSA, NHA, has been named senior director of support operations at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, responsible for operational oversight of materials management, food service and environmental services. Wharton began her career at Johns Hopkins Bayview in 2002. ...
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Michael Brewer has joined the Baltimore firm of ClearView Consulting, LLC as a director. Brewer will be responsible for leading attest and financial reporting engagements and will have responsibilities on consulting engagements related to due diligence, enterprise risk management, internal ...Read More »