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Daily Record Announces Maryland’s Most Influential

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jan 31, 2012 11:00am

The Daily Record announced yesterday its 2012 Influential Marylanders. Since 2006, the Daily Record has honored people who have each made a significant impact in their fields and who continue to be leaders in the state. The honorees are selected by the Daily Record’s editors.

This year’s winners will be recognized at a reception March 29 at The Grand Lodge in Cockeysville.

The winners are:

Civic Leadership
Donald C. Fry, Greater Baltimore Committee (Circle of Influence Inductee*)
Frank Gunther Jr., The Leadership
Kirkland J. Murray, Anne Arundel County Workforce Development Corp.
Kaliope Parthemos, City of Baltimore
Gustavo Torres, CASA de Maryland

Communications
Tim Kurkjian, ESPN
Laura Lippman, Author
Andy Malis, MGH Inc.
Myron Randall Jr., The Frederick News-Post
Stan Stovall, WBAL-TV 11

Education
Andres Alonso, Baltimore City Public Schools
Freeman A. Hrabowski III, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Mary Pat Seurkamp, Notre Dame of Maryland University
Michelle Shearer, Urbana High School
Martha A. Smith, Anne Arundel Community College

Finance 
Andrew Bertamini, Wells Fargo
Patrick Kerins, NEA
Raymond A. “Chip” Mason, Legg Mason Inc.
Mary Ann Scully, Howard Bank
Rod Staatz, SECU

Freestyle
R. Neal Black, Jos. A. Bank
Brenda Frese, University of Maryland Women’s Basketball
Spike and Amy Gjerde, Woodberry Kitchen
Leighton Moore, Seacrets
Gary Vikan, Walters Art Museum

Healthcare
Benjamin S. Carson Sr., MD, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center (Circle of Influence Inductee*)
Peter Greenleaf, MedImmune
Elijah Saunders, MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Maryland Heart Center
Cornelia Trimble, MD, Johns Hopkins Center for Cervical Dysplasia
H. Thomas Watkins, Human Genome Sciences

Law
Theodore M. Flerlage Jr., Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos
Michael Greenberger, University of Maryland School of Law, Center for Health and Homeland Security
Wilhelm H. Joseph Jr., Legal Aid Bureau Inc.
Mitchell Y. Mirviss, Venable LLP
Sheila Sachs, Gordon Feinblatt LLC

Philanthropy
James Piper Bond, Living Classrooms Foundation
Eddie and Sylvia Brown, The Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Family Foundation Inc.
Deborah Flateman, Maryland Food Bank
Sen. Francis X. and Janet Kelly, Kelly & Associates Insurance Group
William J. McCarthy Jr., Associated Catholic Charities Inc.

Real Estate
Thomas S. Bozzuto, Bozzuto Group
A. James Clark, Clark Enterprises Inc.
Erwin J. Greenberg, Greenberg Gibbons Commercial
Willard Hackerman, Whiting-Turner
Dianna Wilhelm, Wilhelm Business Enterprises

Technology
Gen. Keith B. Alexander, NSA/U.S. Cyber Command
Brianna Bowling, Zekiah Technologies
Adam G. Riess, Johns Hopkins University
Robert A. Rosenbaum, Maryland Technology Development Corp. (TEDCO)
Maurice B. Tosé, TeleCommunication Systems Inc.

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