An Evening with the Arts

An Evening with the Arts

Supporters of Disability Rights Maryland gathered to celebrate the organization’s 40th anniversary, surrounded by visual art and serenaded with live music.

Guests also had the opportunity to chat with disability rights advocates who were honored that evening for their work.

Pictured (LtoR) Mallory Finn, Project HEAL attorney; Bridget Bohacz, Bridget Bohacz + Associates president; Bob Berlow, Disability Rights Maryland senior attorney; and Robin Murphy, Disability Rights Maryland executive director

Pictured (LtoR) Regina Lee, event awardee; Curt Decker, National Disability Rights Network executive director/event honoree; and Dominic Radcliffe, event awardee

Pictured (LtoR) Rhea Feikin, Maryland Public Television host/event emcee; Michele Whelley, economic development consultant; Jamie Snead, Ziger/Snead Architects partner; and Leslie Shepard, arts consultant

Pictured (LtoR) Janice K. Johnson Hunter, National Disability Rights Network deputy executive director of legal services; Tacha Marshall, Disability Rights Maryland paralegal/education advocate; and Megan Berger, Disability Rights Maryland attorney

Pictured (LtoR) Ruthie McFadden, Howard Community College nursing student; Tatyana McFadden Paralympic champion/disability rights advocate/event honoree; Deborah McFadden, disability rights advocate; and Versha Davis, Howard Community College student

Pictured (LtoR) Ethel Zelenske, retired attorney; and Crosby King, disability rights activist

Pictured (LtoR) Leo Wanenchak, Baltimore Choral Arts Society associate conductor; and Tom Hall, WYPR radio host (September 27, 2018 – Baltimore Museum of Art)

Sloane Brown

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