Emerging Leaders United – United Way of Central Maryland’s young professionals group of supporters – threw its annual winter party, warming up a chilly night with good wine, good food and good friends.
Guests gathered at the Baltimore Visitor Center at Harborplace for the shindig, which – this year – had a masquerade theme.
As a special treat, the crowd was entertained by Austin Ellis, a contestant in season 6 of “The Voice.”
Pictured (LtoR) Justin Myers, Janney Montgomery Scott registered private client associate; and Elizabeth Paal Goss, Heritage Financial financial planner/Emerging Leaders United executive council chair
Pictured (LtoR) Punam Patel, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group clinical pharmacy manager; Shiv Kirat Deol, Johns Hopkins Medicine quality safety manager; and Michael Brown, CareFirst corporate development advisor
Pictured (LtoR) Shae Li, Beautifully Together blogger/influencer; Chyno, food personality; and Taylor Evans, Stylishly Taylored blogger/Johns Hopkins University graduate student
Pictured (LtoR) Blanca Ellis, Prince George’s County Public Schools parent engagement specialist; and Geoff Long, PepsiCo fleet manager
Pictured (LtoR) Elise Richard, Caturday Style blogger; and Joey Wight, Wight Tea Co. co-owner
Pictured (LtoR) Randstad Professionals executive recruiters: Lee Halbrich; Sarah Burton; and John Evans
Pictured (LtoR) William Russell, Michael’s Cafe bartender; and Lynn Rettinger, University of Maryland Medical Center observation technician
Pictured (LtoR) Amber Drenner, ELU manager, with ELU executive council members: Ashley Fennig, Johns Hopkins University development associate director; Christina Moniodis, Brightview Senior Living regional human resources business partner; and Molly McAllen, CareFirst account executive
Pictured (LtoR) The United Way of Central Maryland colleagues: Sarah Mallonga, associate vice president; Franklyn Baker, president/CEO; and Patti Provance, director of membership groups
Pictured (LtoR) Latisha Murray, United Way of Central Maryalnd relationship associate; Natasha Newsom, CareFirst PCMH program representative; and Dee Davis, CapturedByHardaway owner/photographer (January 10, 2019 – Baltimore Visitor Center)