WE Community & WE Day Launch

WE Community & WE Day Launch

February 16, 2017 – Owings Mills

Pictured (LtoR) Becky Newhall and Ashton Newhall, event hosts; Make Barnello, LaSalle Hotel Properties CEO; and Olivia Barnello, Bethesda area high school student

Pictured (LtoR) Cat Corey, community volunteer; Bill Corey, PwC partner; and Ashley Behrens, Garrison Forest School teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Pace Kessenich, WMS Partners president; John Avirett, Greenspring Associates partner; and Karen Alexander, WE Baltimore director

Pictured (LtoR) Doug Hoffberger, The Hoffberger Foundation president; Dianna English, WE New York development director; Catherine Hoffberger, US Lacrosse major gifts officer; and Scott Wieler, Signal Hill chairman

Pictured (LtoR) Kathryn Newhall, community volunteer; and Adair Newhall, Greenspring Associates principal

Pictured (LtoR) Michelle Bondima, Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners member; A.J. Bellido de Luna, Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners board executive; and Karen Bond, Boys Hope Girls Hope executive director

Pictured (LtoR) James Piper Bond, Living Classrooms Foundation president/CEO; and Meg Ward, Patrick Allison House executive director

Pictured (LtoR) Faustine Hornok, hair & makeup artist; Paula Abdul, singer/songwriter/dancer/choreographer/actress/television personality/WE ambassador; and Larry Frazin, music industry executive/manager for Paula Abdul

School/Service Soiree (February 16, 2017) Ashton Newhall (on right) and his wife, Becky Newhall, hosted a private event at their Owings Mills home to introduce local folks to the WE Day and WE Schools service-learning program which are launching in many Maryland schools this year. People also had a chance to meet and greet with singer/dancer/choreographer/TV personality Paula Abdul, who also serves as Ambassador for WE.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.