Sanders Promoted at Carroll

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Sharon Sanders, R.N., B.S.N., M.B.A., was recently promoted to vice president of clinical integration at Carroll Hospital Center. Formerly the assistant vice president of clinical integration, Sanders will be responsible for monitoring how patients are managed in all aspects of their care within the hospital, following discharge and in the community.

Columbia Festival Of The Arts Announces Board

Columbia Festival of the Arts announced its 2013-2014 board of directors. The new president of the board is Lawrence D. Coppel, attorney at Gordon Feinblatt LLC; vice president is Lee Sachs, arts advocate; treasurer is Larry Evans, director of purchasing and contracting services for LG-Tek; and secretary is Laura Wetherald, bureau chief of recreation and… Read More

Feinblatt Celebrates 60th Anniversary

On Oct. 3, the law firm of Gordon Feinblatt LLC and its 155 employees celebrated the 100th anniversary of the historic Garrett Building and the 60th anniversary of the firm by holding an anniversary party in the building’s stately two-story conference center. Opened in 1913, the Garrett Building was praised as “one of the handsomest… Read More

Bringing Conservative Voices Together

When she learned the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism Centennial Conference was to be held in Baltimore, a light went on in Shoshana Harris’ head. Harris, who sings in Beth Israel Congregation’s choir, Shirat HaLev, as well as Chizuk Amuno Congregation’s a cappella choir, Kol Rinah, thought the conference presented a great opportunity for singers… Read More

Executives Named At Maryland Live!

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Robert J. Norton, president and general manager of Maryland Live! Casino, has announced key appointments to the senior executive management team, naming Ahmad H. Ahmad as vice president of hospitality and Stephen Heise as vice president of human resources.

FIDF to Host Annual Gala

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Actor and comedian Richard Kind, prominent local volunteer Shirley Cohen and Israeli Defense Forces lone soldier Risa Kelemer will highlight the fifth annual Friends of the IDF Gala on Oct. 29. For the Midatlantic chapter of the FIDF, this year’s event is especially exciting. In addition to being the first time the chapter will include… Read More

Rabbi Malkus To Head CESJDS

The Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School has announce the appointment of Rabbi Mitchel Malkus as new head of school. Rabbi Malkus began his tenure Aug. 1. He comes to CESJDS with deep educational credentials and an impressive track record at the Rabbi Jacob Pressman Academy of Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles, an early… Read More

Hopkins Awarded $2.1M For COPD Program

The Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality has been awarded a $2.1 million contract to develop, implement and study a program that better supports people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) following hospitalization — a period when patients are especially prone to re-hospitalization. The three-year project will be funded by the Patient-Centered… Read More

Annapolis Symphony Names New Director

The board of trustees of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (ASO) announced that Jeth Mill has been named executive director. Mill will provide leadership and vision to achieve the orchestra’s continued goals of artistic excellence, community engagement and education outreach. Prior to joining the ASO, Mill held the position of executive director for the Windsor Symphony… Read More

KSDS Chosen To Participate In Tamritz Digital Badge-Based Learning

Krieger Schechter Day School was recently selected as one of four schools in the nation to pioneer in Tamritz’s digital badge-based learning network. Through project-based learning, teacher-as-coach instruction and incorporating modern technological trends, this innovative educational approach is gaining popularity worldwide. “I was inspired by the Mozilla Foundation’s open badges work and by hearing about… Read More