30th Anniversary of the Tocqueville Society – United Way of Central Maryland

30th Anniversary of the Tocqueville Society – United Way of Central Maryland

September 12, 2017 – Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center

Pictured (LtoR) Carrie LeBow, Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation executive vice president of research development, marketing & communications; Lainy LeBow-Sachs, event honoree; and Sheryl May, United Way of Central Maryland development operations manager

Pictured (LtoR) Lois Shafer, community volunteer; and event hosts, Wally Pinkard, Tocqueville campaign chair, and Mary-Ann Pinkard, community volunteer

Pictured (LtoR) Elizabeth Perriello Rice, France-Merrick Foundation program officer; Amy Gross, France-Merrick Foundation executive director; and Mark Furst, Kennedy Krieger Institute senior vice president

Pictured (LtoR) Julie Mercer, Bon Secours vice president; Susan Rogers, Wells Fargo Bank senior vice president; and Tony Brandon, WYPR Radio president/general manager

Pictured (LtoR) PJ Mitchell, Center Club president; and Betsy Nelson, United Way of Central Maryland United for Change executive committee member

Pictured (LtoR) Margaret Conn Himelfarb, medical research advocate; Betty Robinson, retired accountant; Dick Himelfarb, Stifel investment banker; and Tom Robinson, Stifel investment banker

Pictured (LtoR) Austin Carroll, Keller Willisams real estate agent; Priscilla Carroll, Bowie & Jensen partner; and Callai Reed, United Way of Central Maryland Women United Group manager

Pictured (LtoR) Mary Gregory, Brown Advisory principal; and Bart Harvey, Fannie Mae director

Members of the United Way of Central Maryland’s Tocqueville Society – philanthropists who donate at least $10,000 annually to the organization – found themselves all in the spotlight as the Society celebrated its 30th anniversary on the stage of the Hippodrome Theatre. The event honored Lainy LeBow-Sachs, Kathy and Mark Vaselkiv and Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Sloane Brown

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