Biohabitats, a pioneering ecological restoration company, recently named Ted Brown '84 as its new President. Brown will oversee a team of leaders responsible for projects, operations, culture, financial health, innovation, growth, and marketing.
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Brannan Knott '03 recently joined CBRE, a global leader in commercial real estate services and investments, as the Executive Vice President of its Boston office. Knott will be part of CBRE's U.S. Healthcare Capital Markets team.
Karlo Young ’97 was promoted to the position of President by Concentric Educational Solutions (CES). As President, Young will direct Concentric’s executive team, strategic expansion, and overall operations.
Rick Bowie '08, a veteran football coach of several collegiate programs, was recently appointed as the new offensive coordinator for Abilene Christian University (ACU).
Daniel Citron '12 was recently featured in an end-of-year article from Women's Wear Daily (WWD), a fashion-industry trade journal often referred to as the "Bible of fashion," discussing the exponentially growing impact artificial intelligence (AI) had on the industry in 2023.
Past Gilman Board President Mark R. Fetting '72 was spotlighted in the Baltimore Community Foundation's (BCF) bi-annual magazine, "Intersection," for his beginning-to-end involvement in the publication of a 100-page book documenting 50 years of BCF's rich history.
The All-American Athletic Conference (AAC) recently released its slate of all-conference football teams — four all-star squads selected by a vote of the league's 14 head coaches. One third-team honoree was Rayuan Lane '21, a junior free safety for the Naval Academy.
Dr. Joseph B. Keller '03 recently served as a guest lecturer at Beloit College in its annual Ivan M. Stone Lecture Series.
Wealth Solutions Report (WSR) released its annual list of the top five investment bankers leading wealth management mergers and acquisitions (M&), which included Bruce Cameron '74.
Arman Taghizadeh '95 presented a TEDx talk at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.
Dana Underwood '92 was appointed to the position of Chief Product Officer at Chegg, Inc., a publicly held education technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Justin Batoff '03 was recently named to The Baltimore Business Journal's (BBJ) annual list of "40 Under 40" honorees.
“As the world celebrates the 60th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic ‘I Have a Dream’ speech and the March on Washington, we were honored to host Martin Luther King III and his family for a fireside chat,” said alum and board member Victor Abiamiri ’03 after the commemoration event at Brown Advisory.
BaltimoreBaseball.com recently profiled Max Costes '18, chronicling his rapid ascent in the minor league ranks of the Orioles organization.
Brandon Copeland '09 announced his retirement from the NFL, ending a ten-year professional career as a linebacker and special teams player.
Baltimore news outlets were abuzz recently with commentary celebrating the heroics of Mac Finney '74, a WBAL-TV cameraman with more than 40 years of experience.
Victor Abiamiri '03 was recently promoted to co-head of the Baltimore private client group at Brown Advisory.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has appointed Jonathan Davidson '89 to be the DHS Chief of Staff.
Seeing a critical gap in the market, Hall Kesmodel '92 and his colleagues at Juno spent ten years developing a first-of-its-kind insurance product to offer coverage to parents of children who develop disabilities, become severely ill, or suffer a major injury.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has named Marcus Wang '00 Director of the Baltimore County Department of Economic and Workforce Development.