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This was going to be a big summer for Eno Umoh '04 and Austin Brown '05, founders of Global Air Media, whose Drone Academy uses drones to get kids interested in science, technology, engineering, art, and math careers. But, the pandemic forced them to rethink their summer camp. The result, Drone Camp in a Box, flips the paradigm, so rather than the kids coming to camp, they take the camp to the kids. Their goal is to provide 500 kids with a box, free of charge. To do this, they need to raise $62,500. Click here to read more and see a video of the story.
Reverend Chaz Howard '92 has been named the University of Pennsylvania's first-ever Vice President for Social Equity and Community.
Eric Bryant '88 has been appointed Chief of Staff to Congressman Kweisi Mfume (Maryland - 7th District), after successfully managing his most recent election campaign.
Jeff Seibert '04 and his team at Digits have closed a $22M Series B funding round and launched their free expense monitoring dashboard for small businesses under the premise that business finance should be immediately accessible and intuitive, not just large firms with big accounting departments.
In response to COVID-19, Brandon Copeland '09 and Beyond the Basics is taking his annual football camp online with hosting the first-ever Virtual Football Camp. Watch his interview with WBAL.
Coming off his fifth MLL season and third season with the Chesapeake Bayhawks, making three playoff appearances, and receiving the 2019 Corum Players Choice Award, Ryan Tucker '11 has announced his retirement.
Dr. Edward Trusty, Jr. '91 has been named the interim head of school at St. Paul's School for Boys for the 2020–21 and 2021–22 school years.
Kevin Robbins '94, co-founder of the consulting firm Wolf Den Associates and the investment firm Blue Delta Capital Partners, has been recognized with the 2020 Wash100 Award for his active involvement in some of the major transactions in the government contracting space.
Politico reporter Dan Diamond '98 spoke with Terry Gross on the popular NPR radio program, Fresh Air, about the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the health impact of it, and the Trump administration's response to it.
Jake Waxter '15 was selected by the Denver Outlaws in the 2020 Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft on March 3.
Max Verheyen '19 was named Rookie of the Meet at this year's Patriot League Swimming and Diving Championships.
Marcus Wang '00, Co-Founder and General Manager of ZytoGen, has been tapped by Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski to chair a new advisory board aimed at improving economic development in the county.
Charlie Moore '76, a co-founder of DinnerTime, talks about the importance of the family dinner, which can feel like a lost event in today's busy family life, on the Healthcare Simplified podcast.
In recognition, the NFLPA will donate $100,000 to Copeland’s Beyond the Basics foundation.
Michael Lentz '90 has joined Lawrence Law, a Baltimore-based boutique law firm focused on the legal needs of businesses and business people.
Balti Virtual move to South Baltimore.
Dick Emory '59 has recently published a book called Fighting Pollution and Climate Change.
David B. Irwin '66, a prominent Baltimore litigator known for his work in high-profile criminal and civil matters, joins the firm Kramon & Graham as of counsel.