Awards & Accomplishments

THE BEGINNING

BMe Vanguard Award

BMe is an award-winning network of community-builders known for defining people by their positive contributions to society. The BMe Vanguard Award recognizes individuals who positively impact Baltimore in endeavors that include education reform, business, politics, urban planning, youth development, social entrepreneurship, economics, social justice, and workforce development.

THE BEGINNING

BMe Vanguard Award

BMe is an award-winning network of community-builders known for defining people by their positive contributions to society. The BMe Vanguard Award recognizes individuals who positively impact Baltimore in endeavors that include education reform, business, politics, urban planning, youth development, social entrepreneurship, economics, social justice, and workforce development.

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March 2008

The Philomathians Stellar Woman Award

The Philomathians, founded in 1932 in Baltimore, Maryland by Lula Vashti Turley Murphy and Vivian Johnson Cook, seeks to: study some aspect of contemporary life; honor women who made significantcontributions to their communities; participate in the cultural and intellectual life of thecommunity and to stimulate interest in the challenges that face women.

March 2008

The Philomathians Stellar Woman Award

The Philomathians, founded in 1932 in Baltimore, Maryland by Lula Vashti Turley Murphy and Vivian Johnson Cook, seeks to: study some aspect of contemporary life; honor women who made significantcontributions to their communities; participate in the cultural and intellectual life of thecommunity and to stimulate interest in the challenges that face women.

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January 2009

University of Maryland Baltimore County – Alumni Association Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Award is given to an outstanding alumna/us of the last decade who has achieved early career and professional achievement and demonstrated ongoing involvement and support of UMBA, its students, and/or alumni.

January 2009

University of Maryland Baltimore County – Alumni Association Rising Star Award

The Rising Star Award is given to an outstanding alumna/us of the last decade who has achieved early career and professional achievement and demonstrated ongoing involvement and support of UMBA, its students, and/or alumni.

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January 2010

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2010

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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January 2011

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2011

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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April 2011

Maryland Daily Record’s ’20 in Their Twenties’

20 in Their Twenties honors Maryland’s up-and-comers who are in their 20s. Selected by a panel of previous award winners, honorees are chosen on the basis of professional accomplishment, civic involvement and impact of achievement. The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 whose creativity and spirit are already contributing to a new energy in Maryland.

April 2011

Maryland Daily Record’s ’20 in Their Twenties’

20 in Their Twenties honors Maryland’s up-and-comers who are in their 20s. Selected by a panel of previous award winners, honorees are chosen on the basis of professional accomplishment, civic involvement and impact of achievement. The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 whose creativity and spirit are already contributing to a new energy in Maryland.

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December 2011

Maryland Daily Record’s Leading Women Award

Leading Women identifies women who are 40 years old or younger for the tremendous accomplishments they have made so far in their career. They will be judged on professional experience, community involvement and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by previous Top 100 Women and Leading Women winners.

December 2011

Maryland Daily Record’s Leading Women Award

Leading Women identifies women who are 40 years old or younger for the tremendous accomplishments they have made so far in their career. They will be judged on professional experience, community involvement and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by previous Top 100 Women and Leading Women winners.

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January 2012

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2012

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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December 2012

Bar Association of Baltimore City Presidential Award

The Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Annual Presidential Awards are presented to two individuals (one of whom shall be a member of the Young Lawyers’ Division) who are members of the Bar Association of Baltimore City who have: 1) selflessly undertaken community, civic, and/or charitable service which brings honor to the profession, and/or 2) who have devoted time and energy to the Bar Association of Baltimore City through substantial work on BABC committees, or other exemplary service to the Association.

December 2012

Bar Association of Baltimore City Presidential Award

The Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Annual Presidential Awards are presented to two individuals (one of whom shall be a member of the Young Lawyers’ Division) who are members of the Bar Association of Baltimore City who have: 1) selflessly undertaken community, civic, and/or charitable service which brings honor to the profession, and/or 2) who have devoted time and energy to the Bar Association of Baltimore City through substantial work on BABC committees, or other exemplary service to the Association.

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January 2013

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2013

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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January 2014

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2014

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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January 2015

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2015

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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March 2015

Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyer of the Year for Community Service

The award, presented by the Maryland Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section, honors one attorney in practice for few than 10 years who has demonstrated outstanding service to both the community and the legal profession.

March 2015

Maryland State Bar Association Young Lawyer of the Year for Community Service

The award, presented by the Maryland Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Section, honors one attorney in practice for few than 10 years who has demonstrated outstanding service to both the community and the legal profession.

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March 2015

National Black Women Lawyers Association Rising Star Attorney
of the Year

HOLD

March 2015

National Black Women Lawyers Association Rising Star Attorney
of the Year

HOLD

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April 2015

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School or Law Rising Star Alumni Award

The Rising Star Alumni Award is awarded bi-annually to an alumna of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law that had demonstrated exceptional professional and personal achievement.

April 2015

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School or Law Rising Star Alumni Award

The Rising Star Alumni Award is awarded bi-annually to an alumna of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law that had demonstrated exceptional professional and personal achievement.

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May 2015

The Monumental City Bar Association Young Lawyer-Future History Maker Award

The award was given to four attorneys in Maryland whose professional accomplishments and contributions are highlighted within his or her career, who promote diversity within the legal profession, and who are under 40 years of age with less than 10 years of progressive legal experience. Each awardee was nominated by a current member, and the recipients were chosen by the 80th Anniversary Committee.

May 2015

The Monumental City Bar Association Young Lawyer-Future History Maker Award

The award was given to four attorneys in Maryland whose professional accomplishments and contributions are highlighted within his or her career, who promote diversity within the legal profession, and who are under 40 years of age with less than 10 years of progressive legal experience. Each awardee was nominated by a current member, and the recipients were chosen by the 80th Anniversary Committee.

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January 2016

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

January 2016

Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney

Super Lawyer Rising Stars are attorneys that must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less and have been formally nominated by a peer and evaluated based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement: verdicts/settlements; transactions; representative clients; experience; honors/awards; special licenses/certifications; position within the law firm; bar and/or professional activity; pro bono and community service; scholarly lectures/writings; education/employment background; and other outstanding achievements.

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February 2016

Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award

The Black Wall Street Award is an honor given to exemplary Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race.

February 2016

Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award

The Black Wall Street Award is an honor given to exemplary Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race.

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February 2016

Brooks Financial Group Foundation Champion in Life Award

February 2016

Brooks Financial Group Foundation Champion in Life Award

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March 2016

The Baltimore Sun’s 25 Women to Watch for 2016

On an annual basis, the Baltimore Sun selects 25 of the Baltimore area’s most compelling woman leaders, thinkers and doers.

March 2016

The Baltimore Sun’s 25 Women to Watch for 2016

On an annual basis, the Baltimore Sun selects 25 of the Baltimore area’s most compelling woman leaders, thinkers and doers.

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December 2016

Cherry Hill Homes Tenant Council Community Leadership Award

The Community Leadership Award is given by the residents of the Cherry Hill public housing development to a leader within the community that has demonstrated a commitment to the social, political and economic advancement of residents of public housing.

December 2016

Cherry Hill Homes Tenant Council Community Leadership Award

The Community Leadership Award is given by the residents of the Cherry Hill public housing development to a leader within the community that has demonstrated a commitment to the social, political and economic advancement of residents of public housing.

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February 2017

FOX 45 Baltimore, Baltimore’s Champion of Courage

The Champion of Courage Award is provided to four Community Heroes in Maryland that keep the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. alive through their daily contributions to the community.

February 2017

FOX 45 Baltimore, Baltimore’s Champion of Courage

The Champion of Courage Award is provided to four Community Heroes in Maryland that keep the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. alive through their daily contributions to the community.

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March 2017

The Maryland Daily Record, Maryland’s Top 100 Women

Maryland’s Top 100 Women recognizes high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring. Winners are selected by past Top 100 Women and business leaders. Three-time winners are inducted into the Circle of Excellence.

March 2017

The Maryland Daily Record, Maryland’s Top 100 Women

Maryland’s Top 100 Women recognizes high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact through their leadership, community service and mentoring. Winners are selected by past Top 100 Women and business leaders. Three-time winners are inducted into the Circle of Excellence.

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March 2017

Professional Achievement Award from The Harbor City Chapter of the Links, incorporated

The Professional Achievement Award is given to a member of the Links, Incorporated that has excelled in her career field, invocation, avocation, talent, or special skill. The awardee serves on various Chapter committees. She has demonstrated an eagerness and determination to work where needed and has accepted the challenges of leadership, membership and those of being a productive Harbor City Link.

March 2017

Professional Achievement Award from The Harbor City Chapter of the Links, incorporated

The Professional Achievement Award is given to a member of the Links, Incorporated that has excelled in her career field, invocation, avocation, talent, or special skill. The awardee serves on various Chapter committees. She has demonstrated an eagerness and determination to work where needed and has accepted the challenges of leadership, membership and those of being a productive Harbor City Link.

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March 2018

UWAC Collective Unstoppable Woman Awards

The UWAC honors ten Unstoppable women in the field of Community Service, Health, Civil Rights, Beauty, Domestic Violence, Visual Art, Business, Legislation, Heroism, and Education.

March 2018

UWAC Collective Unstoppable Woman Awards

The UWAC honors ten Unstoppable women in the field of Community Service, Health, Civil Rights, Beauty, Domestic Violence, Visual Art, Business, Legislation, Heroism, and Education.

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March 2018

Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 under 40

The Baltimore Business Journal recognizes 40 outstanding young professionals under the age of 40 who are making noteworthy contributions to Greater Baltimore. Each year the BBJ’s 40 Under 40 class is chosen from the hundreds of nominations that are submitted and the expertise of the BBJ’s editorial board and represents the best of the region’s young business people. The honorees selected are those who have achieved personal career success, started and grown businesses, dedicated their lives to solving community problems through nonprofits, and pushed themselves and those around them to improve Greater Baltimore as a whole.

March 2018

Baltimore Business Journal’s 40 under 40

The Baltimore Business Journal recognizes 40 outstanding young professionals under the age of 40 who are making noteworthy contributions to Greater Baltimore. Each year the BBJ’s 40 Under 40 class is chosen from the hundreds of nominations that are submitted and the expertise of the BBJ’s editorial board and represents the best of the region’s young business people. The honorees selected are those who have achieved personal career success, started and grown businesses, dedicated their lives to solving community problems through nonprofits, and pushed themselves and those around them to improve Greater Baltimore as a whole.

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May 2018

2018 Power Woman of the Year, Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women

Every Spring, the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women showcases and celebrates three honorees for their personal dedication to Baltimore, leadership, and empowering young people. This year, we will be honoring two “Power Women” and one “Man We Love” who are role models and inspiration for our young women.

The festivities of the morning celebrate the difference phenomenal leaders have made by educating and empowering young women, as well as showcase their status as role models for the young people in our city. Through this event our girls learn principles such as responsibility, resilience, determination, perseverance, and loyalty. All of those qualities must be a part of who they are and all of those qualities are embodied by our event honorees.

May 2018

2018 Power Woman of the Year, Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women

Every Spring, the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women showcases and celebrates three honorees for their personal dedication to Baltimore, leadership, and empowering young people. This year, we will be honoring two “Power Women” and one “Man We Love” who are role models and inspiration for our young women.

The festivities of the morning celebrate the difference phenomenal leaders have made by educating and empowering young women, as well as showcase their status as role models for the young people in our city. Through this event our girls learn principles such as responsibility, resilience, determination, perseverance, and loyalty. All of those qualities must be a part of who they are and all of those qualities are embodied by our event honorees.

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June 2018

Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce Community Advocate of the Year

The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce will also present the Chamber Advocate Awards to individuals who excel in the following areas: Business Development; Community Development; Education; Workforce Development; and Chamber Advocacy.

June 2018

Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce Community Advocate of the Year

The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce will also present the Chamber Advocate Awards to individuals who excel in the following areas: Business Development; Community Development; Education; Workforce Development; and Chamber Advocacy.

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September 2018

Maryland Minority Contractors Association, Majority Dedicated to Excellence Award

The Maryland Minority Contractors Association, Inc. is a non-profit Maryland corporation established in 1977, composed of minority and women business groups and individuals within the State of Maryland. An organization designed to mentor its membership with over 150 years of collective contracting experience. Direct contracting opportunities for its members thru continued networking with other companies, associates, and providing solicited list of contractors to requesting general contractors.

Their mission is to provide assistance to minority and women owned businesses with respect to the development of their businesses, including, but not limited to, taking an active role in the review of legislation and programs that effect their wellbeing.

September 2018

Maryland Minority Contractors Association, Majority Dedicated to Excellence Award

The Maryland Minority Contractors Association, Inc. is a non-profit Maryland corporation established in 1977, composed of minority and women business groups and individuals within the State of Maryland. An organization designed to mentor its membership with over 150 years of collective contracting experience. Direct contracting opportunities for its members thru continued networking with other companies, associates, and providing solicited list of contractors to requesting general contractors.

Their mission is to provide assistance to minority and women owned businesses with respect to the development of their businesses, including, but not limited to, taking an active role in the review of legislation and programs that effect their wellbeing.

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November 2018

National Business Journal, The National Business Journal’s Influencers: Rising Stars | Top 50 List

This first-of-its-kind list spotlights 100 younger executives who already are having an impact on business being done in communities across the nation. And, because they’re still early in their careers, these are executives who could be shaping how business gets done for years to come.

These executives were identified in conjunction with editors and staff writers across The Business Journals’ network of more than 40 publications. The list draws in large part from those publications’ respective Forty Under 40 productions over the past year. From that mass of well more than 1,000 executives who’ve been profiled locally over the past 12 months, the field was narrowed to spotlight the 100 executives you see here.

Collectively, the group includes entrepreneurs, innovators, deal-makers and risk-takers. Their companies are both large, nationally known entities as well as smaller, community based businesses.

November 2018

National Business Journal, The National Business Journal’s Influencers: Rising Stars | Top 50 List

This first-of-its-kind list spotlights 100 younger executives who already are having an impact on business being done in communities across the nation. And, because they’re still early in their careers, these are executives who could be shaping how business gets done for years to come.

These executives were identified in conjunction with editors and staff writers across The Business Journals’ network of more than 40 publications. The list draws in large part from those publications’ respective Forty Under 40 productions over the past year. From that mass of well more than 1,000 executives who’ve been profiled locally over the past 12 months, the field was narrowed to spotlight the 100 executives you see here.

Collectively, the group includes entrepreneurs, innovators, deal-makers and risk-takers. Their companies are both large, nationally known entities as well as smaller, community based businesses.

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January 2019

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, Distinguished Women Award

Join Girl Scouts of Central Maryland for our annual signature fundraiser as we honor five amazing women for their professional accomplishments and community contributions, who reflect the attributes that Girl Scouting aspires to instill in every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™.

Be inspired by Girl Scout mentees as they describe their unique shadow day experiences with these distinguished women. Discover why Girl Scouts is the best leadership development organization for girls. Enjoy silent auctions, and networking with civic, business and community leaders from the Baltimore area.

January 2019

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, Distinguished Women Award

Join Girl Scouts of Central Maryland for our annual signature fundraiser as we honor five amazing women for their professional accomplishments and community contributions, who reflect the attributes that Girl Scouting aspires to instill in every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™.

Be inspired by Girl Scout mentees as they describe their unique shadow day experiences with these distinguished women. Discover why Girl Scouts is the best leadership development organization for girls. Enjoy silent auctions, and networking with civic, business and community leaders from the Baltimore area.

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January 2019

Community Law In Action, 2019 Inspiring Voices Award Recipient

Community Law In Action is proud to spotlight the young people we serve, and people in our community whose talent, hardwork and dedication to excellence inspire all of us to follow their lead.

January 2019

Community Law In Action, 2019 Inspiring Voices Award Recipient

Community Law In Action is proud to spotlight the young people we serve, and people in our community whose talent, hardwork and dedication to excellence inspire all of us to follow their lead.

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february 2019

Greater Baltimore Urban League, Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Each year, we honor those making a difference in the community. Individuals receive the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award. A small business owner will receive the Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Award. A corporation will receive the David M. Sampson Corporate Award. A member of the Greater Baltimore Urban League’s Young Professionals Auxiliary receives the Rising Star Award.

february 2019

Greater Baltimore Urban League, Whitney M. Young Jr. Award

Each year, we honor those making a difference in the community. Individuals receive the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award. A small business owner will receive the Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Award. A corporation will receive the David M. Sampson Corporate Award. A member of the Greater Baltimore Urban League’s Young Professionals Auxiliary receives the Rising Star Award.

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March 2019

The Maryland Daily Record Award, 2019 Influential Marylander

The Influential Marylander award recognizes those who are leaving a mark on the community throughout the state. Honorees were selected by the editors of The Daily Record for their contributions in their respective fields and their leadership in Maryland.
Honorees were selected in the following areas: civic leadership, communications, education, finance, freestyle, general business, health care, law, philanthropy, real estate and technology. Elected officials are not eligible for this award because they are by nature influential. Three-time winners are inducted into the Circle of Influence.
Joining the Circle of Influence in 2019 are, Ronald Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University; Neil Meltzer, CEO of LifeBridge Health; Sheela Murthy, founder of the Murthy Law Firm; and Creig Northrop, CEO of Northrop Realty, A Long & Foster Company.
“Influential Marylanders are inspirational. Their visionary actions earn them great respect from their professional peers and from the greater community,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “They spark innovation and progress, and by doing so, show how truly influential they are in our state. We at The Daily Record are pleased to recognize such an outstanding group of leaders in Maryland.”
The Daily Record started Influential Marylanders in 2007. This year, 53 people were selected for the honor.

March 2019

The Maryland Daily Record Award, 2019 Influential Marylander

The Influential Marylander award recognizes those who are leaving a mark on the community throughout the state. Honorees were selected by the editors of The Daily Record for their contributions in their respective fields and their leadership in Maryland.
Honorees were selected in the following areas: civic leadership, communications, education, finance, freestyle, general business, health care, law, philanthropy, real estate and technology. Elected officials are not eligible for this award because they are by nature influential. Three-time winners are inducted into the Circle of Influence.
Joining the Circle of Influence in 2019 are, Ronald Daniels, President of Johns Hopkins University; Neil Meltzer, CEO of LifeBridge Health; Sheela Murthy, founder of the Murthy Law Firm; and Creig Northrop, CEO of Northrop Realty, A Long & Foster Company.
“Influential Marylanders are inspirational. Their visionary actions earn them great respect from their professional peers and from the greater community,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “They spark innovation and progress, and by doing so, show how truly influential they are in our state. We at The Daily Record are pleased to recognize such an outstanding group of leaders in Maryland.”
The Daily Record started Influential Marylanders in 2007. This year, 53 people were selected for the honor.

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July 2019

National Bar Association, One of the Nation’s Best Advocate – Top 40 Under 40

The National Bar Association, (“NBA”) one of the preeminent bar associations in the world and its President Joseph M. Drayton, a partner at Cooley LLP, are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of its “40 Under 40 Nation’s Best Advocates” awards. The awards recognize the nation’s top 40 lawyers under the age 40 who exemplify a broad range of high achievement in the legal field, including in advocacy, innovation, vision, leadership and overall legal and community involvement.

“These awards specifically seek out the leading lights of the legal industry, looking for those under 40 whose creativity, commitment, experience and strong leadership has helped them achieve success in an increasingly challenging legal climate” said President Drayton. ”
The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their legal acumen, ingenuity, hard work, and community service, distinguishing them from their counterparts and proving them worthy of this special peer recognition. We look forward to this group continuing to exemplify that same level of leadership, activism and professional growth,” he said.

“Since its inception ten years ago, the NBA’s 40 Under 40 Awards have come to represent perhaps the very best professional award in the country for lawyers under the age of 40. Every year, the program grows both in terms of the quantity and the quality of the entries, and the excellence and diversity of practice areas of this year’s 40 winners is proof that we are truly capturing the country’s brightest,” according to Aubrey “Nick” Pittman, Esq., Chair of the 40 Under 40 Awards. “The thing the awardees have in common is that they each signify a commitment to the practice of law, community service, and social change,” said Pittman.

July 2019

National Bar Association, One of the Nation’s Best Advocate – Top 40 Under 40/span>

The National Bar Association, (“NBA”) one of the preeminent bar associations in the world and its President Joseph M. Drayton, a partner at Cooley LLP, are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of its “40 Under 40 Nation’s Best Advocates” awards. The awards recognize the nation’s top 40 lawyers under the age 40 who exemplify a broad range of high achievement in the legal field, including in advocacy, innovation, vision, leadership and overall legal and community involvement.

“These awards specifically seek out the leading lights of the legal industry, looking for those under 40 whose creativity, commitment, experience and strong leadership has helped them achieve success in an increasingly challenging legal climate” said President Drayton. “
The awards are given solely on merit and are awarded to commend those most deserving for their legal acumen, ingenuity, hard work, and community service, distinguishing them from their counterparts and proving them worthy of this special peer recognition. We look forward to this group continuing to exemplify that same level of leadership, activism and professional growth,” he said.

“Since its inception ten years ago, the NBA’s 40 Under 40 Awards have come to represent perhaps the very best professional award in the country for lawyers under the age of 40. Every year, the program grows both in terms of the quantity and the quality of the entries, and the excellence and diversity of practice areas of this year’s 40 winners is proof that we are truly capturing the country’s brightest,” according to Aubrey “Nick” Pittman, Esq., Chair of the 40 Under 40 Awards. “The thing the awardees have in common is that they each signify a commitment to the practice of law, community service, and social change,” said Pittman.

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July 2019

Savoy Magazine, 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America List

Savoy is proud to present the 2019 “Most Influential Women in Corporate America”. This prestigious list showcases a cross section of business leaders and executives who represent a diverse range of industries with national and global focus.

July 2019

Savoy Magazine, 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America List

Savoy is proud to present the 2019 “Most Influential Women in Corporate America”. This prestigious list showcases a cross section of business leaders and executives who represent a diverse range of industries with national and global focus.

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September 2020

Maryland Daily Record, Maryland Daily Record’s Very Important Professionals List – Successful by 40

The VIP list recognizes Maryland’s leaders who are 40 years old or younger based on their professional accomplishments, community service and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by an outside panel of judges, including previous winners and business leaders.

September 2020

Maryland Daily Record, Maryland Daily Record’s Very Important Professionals List – Successful by 40

The VIP list recognizes Maryland’s leaders who are 40 years old or younger based on their professional accomplishments, community service and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by an outside panel of judges, including previous winners and business leaders.

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September 2020

Maryland Daily Record, 2020 Maryland Daily Record VIP List

The VIP list recognizes Maryland’s leaders who are 40 years old or younger based on their professional accomplishments, community service and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by an outside panel of judges, including previous winners and business leaders.

September 2020

Maryland Daily Record, 2020 Maryland Daily Record VIP List

The VIP list recognizes Maryland’s leaders who are 40 years old or younger based on their professional accomplishments, community service and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by an outside panel of judges, including previous winners and business leaders.

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October 2020

Modern Healthcare, Top 25 Emerging Leaders in Healthcare

“In a year that’s proven to be a gamechanger for the industry, a group of leaders have risen to meet the moment. Some members of the 2020 class of To 25 Emerging Leaders were freshly minted in their roles when COVID-19 hit. They rose to the occasion, whether it was developing outreach for underserved communities or standing up robust tele-health capabilities. And that’s on top of the growing accomplishments that were already registering in their regular jobs. These 25 honorees represent the most impressive leaders driving change across the industry,” said Aurora Aguilar, editor of Modern Healthcare.

October 2020

Modern Healthcare, Top 25 Emerging Leaders in Healthcare

“In a year that’s proven to be a gamechanger for the industry, a group of leaders have risen to meet the moment. Some members of the 2020 class of To 25 Emerging Leaders were freshly minted in their roles when COVID-19 hit. They rose to the occasion, whether it was developing outreach for underserved communities or standing up robust tele-health capabilities. And that’s on top of the growing accomplishments that were already registering in their regular jobs. These 25 honorees represent the most impressive leaders driving change across the industry,” said Aurora Aguilar, editor of Modern Healthcare.

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January 2021

Baltimore Magazine, 30 Women Shaping the Future of Baltimore: She’s Got Next

Baltimore has always been a town that honors and elevates women. They are our politicians and business leaders, our artists and activists. The 30 emerging leaders featured in this story are simply following in that long, great tradition. They are moving Baltimore forward, shaping the future of the region in terms of its priorities, policies, and passions—and inspiring others with their compassion and empathy.

January 2021

Baltimore Magazine, 30 Women Shaping the Future of Baltimore: She’s Got Next

Baltimore has always been a town that honors and elevates women. They are our politicians and business leaders, our artists and activists. The 30 emerging leaders featured in this story are simply following in that long, great tradition. They are moving Baltimore forward, shaping the future of the region in terms of its priorities, policies, and passions—and inspiring others with their compassion and empathy. leaders.

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March 2021

AT&T, AT&T’s Humanity of Connection Award

In honor of Women’s History Month, AT&T’s award winning campaign, the Humanity of Connection, is paying tribute to phenomenal women change agents. This is a selective group of women who have served as inspiration over the last year. These women have made significant contributions to the culture of sisterhood and have used their talents and influence to impact their community. Humanity of Connection named Alicia as one of its 2021 Women’s History Month Honorees because she has inspired, demonstrated passion, and opened doors for other women across the globe. The grace, power, strength and leadership that Alicia displays throughout her journey is an extraordinary example of impact through action.

March 2021

AT&T, AT&T’s Humanity of Connection Award

In honor of Women’s History Month, AT&T’s award winning campaign, the Humanity of Connection, is paying tribute to phenomenal women change agents. This is a selective group of women who have served as inspiration over the last year. These women have made significant contributions to the culture of sisterhood and have used their talents and influence to impact their community. Humanity of Connection named Alicia as one of its 2021 Women’s History Month Honorees because she has inspired, demonstrated passion, and opened doors for other women across the globe. The grace, power, strength and leadership that Alicia displays throughout her journey is an extraordinary example of impact through action.

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