Giving Tuesday Young Professionals Happy Hour – #WhatisyourpasHON

November 28, 2017 – Luckie’s Tavern

Pictured (LtoR) Brock Yetso, Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults president/CEO; and Patrick McCulloh, Merrill Lynch financial advisor

Pictured (LtoR) Allie Gerstley, Business Volunteers Maryuland program coordinator; Averil Christens-Barry, Ulman Cancer Fund program manager; Jeremy Rosendale, United Way of Central Maryland Emerging Leaders United director; and Katie Norton, Ulman Cancer Fund director of development

Pictured (LtoR) Collin Majev, Morganti Group construction manager; Lauren Hickman, Johns Hopkins Hospital pharmacist

Pictured (LtoR) Kate Schwartz, Johns Hopkins Uniersity research nurse; Shiv Deol, Johns Hopkins Home Care quality manager; Randi Quickley, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group pharmacy coordinator; and Kamyra Burnett, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group retail RX specialist

Pictured (LtoR) Comcast colleagues: Chris Paul, senior business analyst; Dan Zbin, finance manager; and Shaun Black, finance director

Pictured (LtoR) Libby Kircher, Living Classrooms Foundation development officer; Danielle Hogan, United Way of Central Maryland associate vice president; and Elise Lee, United Way of Central Maryland chief development officer

Pictured (LtoR) Lanelle Ezzard, Louis Berger civil engineer; Amber Drenner, United Way of Central Maryland relationship manager; and Callai Reed, United Way of Central Maryland director of Women United

Pictured (LtoR) Matt Newman, Johns Hopkins Hospital clinical pharmacist; Brendan Lough, JLM senior vice president; Joe Rybak, Baltimore-based engineer; and Brian Scott, Sascha’s Catering event director

Several young professional groups supporting various local nonprofits used Giving Tuesday to come together for a #WhatisyourPasHON happy hour, which raised pledges of volunteer hours and donations to their causes.

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