Heart for Autism

Heart for Autism

Benefited Pathfinders for Autism

April 12, 2018 – Renaissance Fine Arts

It wasn’t her previous roles as a TV news anchor or radio show host that drew a crowd for Mary Beth Marsden.

Dozens of folks came to Renaissance Fine Arts to see and purchase the work of Mary Beth Marsden, artist – at “Heart for Autism, ” a party to raise funds for Pathfinders for Autism’s First Responder Initiative.

Pictured (LtoR) Paige Kelly, Media Star Productions graphic designer; Mary Beth Marsden, exhibit artist; and Kelly Gardner, Booz Allen Hamilton software tester

Pictured (LtoR) ReDeux High End Consignment Shop partners/owners: Linda Eisenbrandt and Jan Braun

Pictured (LtoR) Tom Tuerke, U.S. Postal Service letter carrier; Sara Holley, T. Rowe Price project manager; and B.J. Surhoff, Pathfinders for Autism board president

Pictured (LtoR) Carol Stover, makeup artist; George Stover, Adventure Productions director of photography; and Andy Barth, press secretary for Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman

Pictured (LtoR) Annabelle Sher, Maryland Department of Commerce military and federal affairs assistant director; Richard Sher, “Square Off” host/moderator; and Don Scott, voiceover artist

Pictured (LtoR) Austin Surhoff, Johns Hopkins University assistant swim coach; Molly Cross, Portnor & Shure attorney; Becky Galli, Pathfinders for Autism founding board member; and Kathy Niager, retired Trellis Services CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Janelle Myers, Harford County Sheriff’s deputy; Rebecca Rienzi, Pathfinders for Autism executive director; and Jen Castellanos-Graham, Pathfinders for Autism director of development

Pictured (LtoR) Renaissance Fine Arts colleagues: Rachel Rubin, partner/owner; Patricia Berry, art consultant; and Merritt Miller, partner/owner

Sloane Brown

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