Everyman Theatre will receive an Adaptive Reuse and Compatible Design Award as part of Baltimore Heritage’s 2013 historic preservation awards ceremony. Baltimore Heritage is Baltimore’s nonprofit historic and architectural preservation organization, which works to preserve and promote Baltimore’s historic buildings and neighborhoods. Everyman Theatre celebrated the Grand Opening of its new building in January, 2013. The theatre was originally built in 1911 as a Vaudeville house called the Empire Theatre.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust ranks in the top 1 percent of charities nationwide, according to Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent evaluator of charities. For 11 consecutive years, the Trust has received a 4-star rating, the highest available for a nonprofit organization, for its sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency.
Williams Asset Management ann-ounced that John A. Molster has been named wealth manager. In this new role, Molster will bring additional expertise and experience as Williams Asset Management continues to grow in the marketplace.
Michael Anvari, an orthopedic surgeon, was selected as Carroll Hospital Center’s June Physician of the Month. A physician affiliated with Carroll Hospital Center for three years, Anvari was nominated for his outstanding care of a patient and his extreme kindness toward the patient’s wife.
Registered nurse Eugenie (Genie) Ladic in the intermediate care unit was selected as Carroll Hospital Center’s June Associate of the Month. An emp-loyee of Carroll Hospital Center for eight years, Ladic was nominated for going above and beyond her normal duties to help a patient communicate with her boyfriend in England during her hospital stay.
Sally Cooper was recently presented with Carroll Hospital Center’s June Daisy Award. A nurse at the hospital for nine years, Cooper was honored for her compassion and extraordinary care of a critically ill patient at the hospital.
Carroll Hospital Center’s DAISY Award was created to honor outstanding health care professionals at the hospital. It is given to a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse each month to recognize their extraordinary efforts in delivering exceptional patient care.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine appointed Darren M. Parker as assistant dean for the Office of Development. He will manage the major gifts effort and help develop the office’s strategic plan.
Parker began working in development at King University in Bristol, Ten., where he cultivated fundraising projects, high-profile gifts for scholarships and campus construction projects. He came to UMD in 2010 after serving as the associate development director for Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Durgery.
Long & Foster’s Pikesville office ann-ounced David Desser as the top lister and top producer for the month of May.
Also, the office announced Harriet Charkatz as the top lister and Eva Katznelson, David Desser, Pam Wilks and Maxine Blume as the top producers for the month of June.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company announced that Susan D. Waring has been elected to its Board of Trustees.
Susan is retired executive vice president and chief administrative officer and vice president, health, of the State Farm Life Insurance Company. She began her career as a State Farm agent in 1986, and was promoted
several times before retiring in 2010.
Gary Kassimir of Pikesville-based Kassimir Physical Therapy has renewed the distinguished Certified Hand Therapist designation after completing all requirements in March 2013.
Kassimir has been credentialed by the Hand Therapy Certification Commission since 1998 after meeting strict eligibility requirements. Certification is granted for five years, and there are approximately 5,400 individuals worldwide hold this designation.
Kristi Frisch has joined the Fallston Group as client services manager. In this role, Frisch will develop and manage client relationships while enhancing the crisis management and communications firm’s local and national business development efforts.
Frisch has extensive experience in marketing and communications with a background in client-facing services. Her most recent position was communications manager for Maryland Golf and Country Club in Bel Air.
National Aquarium announced Eric Sch-waab as its first-ever chief conservation officer.
Schwaab currently serves as Acting Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Management for the US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). He previously worked for the National Marine Fisheries Service as well as the Maryland Department of Natural resources, where he served as deputy secretary.