Yelp Awards SBLC $5,000

The South Baltimore Learning Center has received a $5,000 grant from the Yelp Foundation, having been nominated and voted in by community members in the Yelp Foundation Gives Local grant contest. Of the many nonprofits considered for recognition, only three in the Baltimore area were nominated to participate, which awarded $10,000 total to local nonprofits…. Read More

Runge Joins RS&F

Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, LLC, a business consulting and accounting firm, has announced it has hired Andrew J. Runge as its director of forensic, litigation and valuation services. With more than 25 years of experience in forensic accounting/investigation, economic damages, insurance and litigation support services, as well as business valuations, Runge joins RS&F from Circle… Read More

MTR Appoints Director

Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Inc. has announced the appointment of Cathy Rosenbaum as executive director of the Crownsville facility. Most recently, Rosenbaum was an integral part of the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy team, managing the $7 million restoration of the Washington Monument in Baltimore. Rosenbaum’s personal horse was in a therapeutic riding program for several years,… Read More

Gordon Feinblatt’s Rahl Honored

The law firm of Gordon Feinblatt LLC has announced that Christopher R. Rahl has been named a recipient of the 2016 Client Choice Award. Established in 2005, Client Choice recognizes those law firms and partners around the world that stand apart for the excellent client care they provide and the quality of their service. The… Read More

Sless Named Home Point Branch Manager

Home Point Financial Corporation has announced that Steven J. Sless has joined as branch manager of its Towson branch to focus on the continued expansion of its reverse mortgage channel. Sless will manage the day-to-day operations, hold local events and connect with potential borrowers by expanding on his innovative seminar series. Previous to his new… Read More

GBCA Announces New Board Members

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance board of directors have announced the election of seven new members, as well as the appointment of Julia Marciari-Alexander, executive director of the Walters Art Museum, as president, and the appointment of Sheri Parks, associate dean for research, interdisciplinary scholarship and programming at the University of Maryland, as vice president…. Read More

Carroll Hospital Honored

SC&H Capital, an investment banking and advisory firm focused on middle market and growth companies, has announced that one of its 2015 deals, the Carroll Hospital Center Merger with LifeBridge Health, has been named a Deal of the Year finalist by the Association for Corporate Growth ñ Maryland Chapter. SC&H Capital served as the exclusive… Read More

MIDC Welcomes Lipert

The Maryland/Israel Development Center has named Adam Lipert its MIDC’s business development manager. Adam grew up in Washington, D.C. He moved to Israel, served in the Israel Defense Forces and completed a Bachelor of Arts in government at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzilya. Lipert holds a master’s degree in global security from Johns Hopkins University. Upon… Read More

New Shopping Center Coming to Owings Mills

Hill Management Services, Inc. has unveiled plans for Red Run Station, a 10,368-square-foot retail center at 11050 Red Run Boulevard in Owings Mills. Featuring roadside visibility from Red Run Boulevard and offering up to six retail spaces as well as two pad sites, the Baltimore-based real estate development company anticipates initiating construction on the project… Read More

Jazz Alliance Names President

The Baltimore Jazz Alliance has named Ian Rashkin as its new president and Michael Raitzyk as its new vice president. Both officers are active musicians and bandleaders in the Baltimore area, Rashkin on bass and Raitzyk on guitar. Aside from jazz groups, Raitzyk also leads the band Charm City Klezmer. Robert Shahid continues as BJA’s… Read More