Attorneys Named ‘Super Lawyers’

The law firm of Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC has announced that five of its attorneys were chosen for Super Lawyers Business Edition 2014, a 400-page magazine that “serves as the go-to guide for presidents, CEOs and corporate counsel interested in hiring and validating outside counsel.” Representing multiple practice areas, the Adelberg, Rudow attorneys… Read More

Humane Society Opens Pet Food Bank

The Baltimore Humane Society opened the Bmore Kind Pet Food Bank on Dec. 3. Anyone in need who is unable to pay for their pet’s food is welcome to receive help from the new food bank. Part of the no-kill shelter’s mission is to end the homelessness of pets in our community, and it hopes… Read More

Maizels Joins JCPA

Acknowledging the interconnectedness between Israel advocacy, Jewish identity and the role of anti-Semitism in the modern world, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs has named scholar and activist Dr. Linda Maizels as its next director of Israel and International Concerns. Maizels will oversee JCPA’s efforts to foster American support for Israel, protect World Jewry and… Read More

New Leadership Baltimore County Board Members

Leadership Baltimore County has announced that four new members have been elected to serve on the organization’s board of directors. The new board members will be installed immediately. Their terms will last through 2017. The new board members are Kenneth A. Buck, director of the Community College of Baltimore County-Liberty Center; Michelle Denoncourt, regional manager… Read More

Har Sinai Names Youth Coordinator

Har Sinai Congregation has named Aaron Klaus youth engagement coordinator. In his new position, Klaus leads social, educational and religious activities for students in kindergarten through 12th grades at Har Sinai Congregation. In addition, he oversees the congregation’s madrichim student leadership program and teaches music in the religious school. Prior to his new position, Klaus… Read More

MCRC Honors Consumer Advocates

Former Maryland Commissioner of  Financial Regulation Mark Kaufman, Delegate Steve Lafferty and the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau lead the list of advocates who were honored at the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition’s 14th Annual Consumer Awards Dinner on Nov. 13. “Former Commissioner Kaufman and Delegate Lafferty have done exceptional work to protect families facing the… Read More

Weinberg Foundation Names New Position

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in the United States, has announced that Sheryl Goldstein has been promoted to the newly created position of managing director, programs and grants. Goldstein joined the foundation in the summer of 2013 as the program director for U.S. Education. She will continue this… Read More

Schwartz Appointed to JA Board

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Junior Achievement of Central Maryland has appointed Lisa Schwartz to a three-year term on its board of directors. As M&T Bank’s business banking regional manager for Greater Baltimore, Schwartz leads the lending and servicing team that supports the branch network in Baltimore, Harford and Cecil counties. She also is responsible for the loan and deposit… Read More

KatzAbosch Named a Top Firm

INSIDE Public Accounting recently presented its fifth annual ranking of the IPA 200 public accounting firms. KatzAbosch was named to the list for the third time. “With more than 540 firms participating in the IPA annual Survey and Analysis of Firms this year, along with many CPA firm associations contributing to the search to identify… Read More

Hopkins Leaders Recognized for Influence

Modern Healthcare, a leading industry publication, has named Johns Hopkins Medicine dean and CEO Paul B. Rothman and patient safety expert Peter J. Pronovost to this year’s 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare list. The list recognizes individuals deemed by their peers and experts as leaders in the industry. “The answers to complex questions must… Read More