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FEATURED MOVER | Tonia Niedzialkowski, Point Breeze Credit Union

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Tonia Niedzialkowski was named executive vice president/chief operating officer at Point Breeze Credit Union. Niedzialkowski, a 29-year industry veteran who has spent the past 25 years at Point Breeze, previously served as senior vice president/chief financial officer and as chief ...

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Sheppard Pratt Health System appoints new VP, CFO

Kelly Savoca, CPA, MBA, chief financial officer for Sheppard Pratt Health System

Sheppard Pratt Health System announced Friday the appointment of Kelly Savoca, CPA, MBA, as its new vice president and chief financial officer. She will oversee financial operations across the health system’s more than 160 programs and 350 sites of service. She ...

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Crowd enjoys Path to Excellence event at Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

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Close to 100 people attended the 2019 Path to Excellence Networking series event July 30 at the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Keswick is the series sponsor for Path to Excellence for 2019. Downtown Partnership of Baltimore was the host sponsor ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Donna Glover, Baker Donelson

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Donna M. Glover, a member of the labor and employment group with Baker Donelson in its Baltimore office, was elected a shareholder in the firm. Glover represents a wide variety of clients, including construction, property management, and scientific and technology ...

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Company president, CEO buys American Community Management

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American Community Management was sold to company President and CEO Theresa McCoy, company founder Mel Herzberger announced Tuesday. Terms of the deal, which was finalized July 9, were not disclosed. Herzberger, who founded the Hanover-based ACM in 2001 by merging ...

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UM School of Medicine names renowned scientist Lau to lead surgery department

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Christine Lau, MD, MBA, the George Minor Professor of Surgery and chief of the division of thoracic surgery at the University of Virginia, will become the next chair of the Department of Surgery at UMSOM and the chief of surgery at the University ...

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A look at the history of women’s rights

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The fight for women’s rights began years before the 19th amendment was ratified by Congress and approved by enough states to make it part of the Constitution. It was, against common belief, spearheaded by thousands of women. Women from across ...

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Timeline of the fight for women’s right to vote

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Timeline 1848 – The first women’s rights meeting is held in Seneca Falls, New York. The members of the meeting signed the Declaration of Sentiments, which consisted of 12 resolutions that called for the equal treatment. 1850 – Worcester, Massachusetts ...

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When states ratified the 19th amendment

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WHEN STATES RATIFIED Wisconsin: June 10, 1919 Illinois: June 10, 1919 Michigan: June 10, 1919 Kansas: June 16, 1919 New York: June 16, 1919 Ohio: June 16, 1919 Pennsylvania: June 24, 1919 Massachusetts: June 25, 1919 Texas: June 28, 1919 ...

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Events to honor 19th amendment anniversary

Women's Rights

Check out these events and organizations to celebrate the ratification of the 19th amendment. One Woman, One Vote 2020 Festival Washington, March 2020 https://2020owovfest.org/about/ Maryland Historical Society Baltimore http://www.mdhs.org/museum/exhibitions/upcoming Vision 2020 Drexel University National Women’s Equality Initiative Philidelphia https://drexel.edu/vision2020/events/calendar/ Pay ...

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