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Women Who Lead

FEATURED MOVER | Alexa Bertinelli, Civil Justice Inc. (access required)

Alexa Bertinelli was promoted to managing attorney at Civil Justice Inc. Bertinelli joined Civil Justice in 2018 where she has overseen the Economic Justice Program and leads Civil Justice’s in-house consumer litigation. She handles both individual and class cases that ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Denise Dregier, Harford Community College Foundation

Harford Community College Foundation announced Denise Dregier was appointed the foundation’s first executive director. She previously served as director for college and alumni development for Harford Community College since 2010. Dregier is an active member of the Harford County community. ...

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Program touts franchise opportunities for minorities, women

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Yum Brands has partnered with the University of Louisville to launch a business program that will focus on franchise opportunities for underrepresented minorities and women, officials announced Wednesday. The Yum Center for Global Franchise Excellence will create ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Sue Manning, Howard County General Hospital

Howard County General Hospital: A Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine announced the appointment of Sue Manning as director of strategic planning. As such, she will lead HCGH’s annual strategic planning process in support of hospital priorities, directing planning efforts for ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Marjie Cota, MD MEP

The Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP) announced that Marjie Cota has joined the organization as director of business development and marketing. In this role, she will further MD MEP’s ongoing efforts to strengthen manufacturing in Maryland by identifying motivated small- to medium-sized manufacturers ...

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Preakness to feature 1st woman to produce Triple Crown race

BALTIMORE — Lindsay Schanzer went to bed Saturday night confident about her plans to produce NBC’s Preakness broadcast. Then word emerged that Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit failed a postrace drug test. “I probably went to sleep with a smile ...

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Blackbaud CMO recognized for work advancing women in tech

When Catherine Cook LaCour first joined Blackbaud’s executive leadership team in 2014 as vice president of corporate marketing, she was the only woman on a team of all men to directly report to the CEO. It wouldn’t be until about ...

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