Hot Night for Autism

Hot Night for Autism

Benefited Itineris

April 14, 2018 – The Pointe at Rockrose

School tables became dining tables…

…and every space of Itineris morphed into party central for “Hot Night for Autism,” the annual fundraiser for Itineris, which serves adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Guests browsed both an extensive buffet…

…and an extensive silent auction that included artwork created by Itineris clients.

Pictured (LtoR) Faye Adler, community volunteer; Ami Taubenfeld, Itineris executive director; and Jill Stempler, Itineris volunteer

Pictured (LtoR) Event honorees: Dr. Stuart Dankner; Hinda Dankner; and Adam Dankner

Pictured (LtoR) Itineris colleagues: Kristy Hughes, administrative manager; Carrie Hubbard, director of future growth & outreach; Lauren Eaton, program director; and Katie Vester, director of employment

Pictured (LtoR) Tim Watkins, Renegade Communications president/CEO; Susan Watkins, YMCA Chipmunks pre-school teacher; Michael Myers, Sam’s Canterbury Café owner; and Jennifer Myers, Bridges Montessori School pre-school teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Bill Myer, retired lawyer; Karen Myer, Johns Hopkins Hospital RN; Pat Mochel, Itineris volunteer; and Gerry Willse, retired marketing executive

Pictured (LtoR) Amy Mazer, social worker/divorce mediator; Jesse Schwartzman, KLNB commercial real estate broker; and Emily Orschiedt, Jellyfish digital marketing account manager

Pictured (LtoR) Holly Bassler, Itineris job coach; and Shakira Maye, Itineris employment specialist

Pictured (LtoR) Glenda Habeych Randall, University of Maryland assistant payrool manager; Mitchell Randall, Nationwide Equities sales manager; Joe Webb, Nationwide Equities sales manager; and Jennifer Webb, stay-at-home mom

Sloane Brown

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