Baltimore Magazine Names Michael Teitelbaum President

Stephen A. Geppi, publisher and CEO of Baltimore magazine, announced that Michael Teitelbaum has been named its president, effective August 28. A Baltimore native who graduated from the University of Maryland in 1979, Teitelbaum’s second job out of college was as account executive with Baltimore magazine. Since then, his entrepreneurial spirit has led him to own and… Read More

VAYA Relocates to Columbia

VAYA Pharma recently announced the relocation of its global headquarters from the University of Maryland BioPark to new offices at 10480 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia. The move signals VAYA Pharma’s rapid growth as it graduates from the University of Maryland BioPark to larger corporate offices in the state. The company has grown more than… Read More

Baltimore Native Graduates from Technion’s Medical Program

Baltimore native Chaviva Korb was recently tapped to join the staff of St. Joseph’s Hospital in New Jersey as a resident physician after graduating from the Technion’s American Medical Program in Haifa, Israel. Hospitals across the U.S. actively seek graduates from the Technion program because of its high-standards and training of medical students like Korb… Read More

BSO Appoints New VP of Marketing

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra appointed Linda Moxley Vice President of Marketing and Communications, effective August 21, 2017. Linda Moxley has served in leadership positions in the arts for over 30 years and is currently Executive Director of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society. Prior to that, Moxley was Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations of… Read More

Mt. Washington Pediatric Foundation Announces New Board Members

The Mt. Washington Pediatric Foundation, Inc., an advisory board of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital appointed two new board members to the organization’s board of directors June 30. Kevin Conklin, patient parent and Vice President of Operations at PANDORA Americas since 2011 and Dr. Ed Perl were confirmed at the hospital’s Board of Trustees’ annual meeting… Read More

University of Maryland Professor Receive David H. Solomon Award

Barbara Resnick, chair of gerontology and professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, received the American Geriatrics Society’s David H. Solomon Public Service Award at the Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting in San Antonio. The award celebrates the legacy of David H. Solomon, a renowned geriatrician committed to community service and the care of… Read More

Peter Maller named Lincoln Financial Advisors’ Planner of the Year

Peter Maller, founder and president of Maller Wealth Advisors was recently named Lincoln Financial Advisors’ Planner of the Year for 2016, a title which thousands of financial planners affiliated with Lincoln Financial compete for. This is the eighth time Maller has been named Planner of the Year over the last 10 years. “This is the… Read More

Acme Paper & Supply Company Earns Breakthrough Award

Acme Paper & Supply was recently awarded the Supply & Equipment Foodservice Alliance’s Breakthrough Award for outstanding growth in the restaurant equipment and smallwares industry. Each year, SEFA, a nationwide network of supply and equipment dealers and manufacturers, honors members who have grown in the industry. While Acme Paper was founded in 1946, it is… Read More

Museum Launches International Fellowship Program

The Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, which serves as New York’s Holocaust Museum, has announced an international fellowship program supported by a $1,150,000 grant from the Vivian G. Prins Foundation. Prins was a successful businessman and entrepreneur who emigrated to the United States in 1938 to escape Nazi Germany…. Read More