It was all about appreciating the art of networking at an evening put together by JMORE and Treble at the Renaissance Fine Arts Gallery.
Dozens of business folks spent the evening catching up with friends and contacts, as well as making new connections.
Pictured (LtoR) Stephanie Bamberger, Cummings & Co. realtor; and Carolyn Lynch, Mixolo founder
Pictured (LtoR) Jen Brown, PinnacleCare senior director of marketing; and Steve Isaack, PinnacleCare director of member services
Pictured (LtoR) Eastern Savings Bank colleagues: Susan Ferraracci, relationship manager; Amy Barley, marketing manager; and Agnes Arnold, customer & community development specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Eric Orlinsky, Saul Ewing, Arnstein & Lehr attorney; Lauren Esakoff, JMORE partner/director of sales; and John Coulson, JMORE/PressBox managing partner
Pictured (LtoR) Edie Raphael, Rewire coach/workplace wellness consultant; Alan Feiler, JMORE editor; and Vivian Fliegel-Olsavicky, Baltimore-based artist
Pictured (LtoR) Marcy Gorman, BB&T vice president; Jessica Normington, Pikesville Chamber of Commerce executive director; and Tim Cashman, Treble vice president of business development
Pictured (LtoR) The Store Ltd. colleagues: Amy Gold, fashion buyer; Michael Rudie, manager/gift buyer; and Betty Cooke, owner/famed jewelry designer
Pictured (LtoR) Greg Asch, GA Eldercare Services owner; and Tina Crawford, GA Eldercare lead nurse
Pictured (LtoR) Jason Perlow and Flor Perlow, Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty agents; and Jim Ries, Offit|Kurman director of business development
Pictured (LtoR) Ali Borzomati, advertising account executive; and Wally Williams, documentary researcher (November 7, 2018 – Renaissance Fine Arts)