A tip of the hat and a big thank you from United Way of Central Maryland to members of its Tocqueville Society at the Society’s annual get-together.
Tocqueville Society members – folks and organizations that have donated at least $10,000 to United Way – mingled at The Winslow Parker Metal Building and celebrated this year’s philanthropists of the year.
Pictured (LtoR) Melanie Sabelhaus, Tocqueville Society Women United founder; P.J. Mitchell, Tocqueville Society Women United co-founder/event honoree; Patty Brown, Tocqueville Society Women United founding member; and Tracey Ford, Maryvale Preparatory School president
Pictured (LtoR) Mark Huston, Constellation Retail president/Tocqueville Society chair; Karen Huston, community volunteer; Paula Woerner, community volunteer; and Steve Woerner, BGE president/COO/United Way of Central Maryland board chair
Pictured (LtoR) Monica Warns, retired marketing director; Alan Wilson, retired McCormick chair; and Hugh Warns, Stifel head of equities
Pictured (LtoR) Jim Anders, Kennedy Krieger Institute COO; and Howard B. Miller, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr senior partner/Zanvyl Krieger Foundation chair
Pictured (LtoR) Lori Villegas, Morgan Stanley senior vice president; Zach Fine, Holly Poultry CEO; Jaime Fine, community volunteer; and Judith Ward, T. Rowe Price senior financial planner
Pictured (LtoR) Darryl Stokes, Exelon vice president of transmission operations; and Rodny Oddoye, BGE vice president & chief customer officer
Pictured (LtoR) Guy Flynn, DLA Piper partner & Maryland real estate practice chair; Nupur Parekh Flynn, Brown Capital Management managing director of marketing & public relations; Julie Mercer, Bons Secours Baltimore Health System vice president of philanthropy & development; and Jamie McDonald, Generosity, Inc. founder
Pictured (LtoR) Ashley Thayer, community volunteer; and Chip Wendler, T. Rowe Price head of global consultant relations (September 25, 2018 – The Winslow Parker Metal Building)