Screw Cancer Brew Hope

Another smashing success for the Ulman Foundation’s Body of Young Adult Advisors (BOYAA) at their annual fundraiser, this year held at Diamondback Brewing Company.

Folks filled the brewery’s patio to enjoy good drinks and eats, pose in the photo booth, play a little cornhole…
…and raise money for a favorite cause.
Pictured (LtoR) Jen Presswood, SC&H Group marketing manager; Brock Yetso, Ulman Foundation president/CEO
Pictured (LtoR) Sam Blitzstein, Twitter software engineer; Samantha Riter, Baltimore County Public Schools teacher; Raj Randhawa, Brexton Commercial artist; and Monique Lubaton, BOYAA co-chair
Pictured (LtoR) Megan Solinger, Ulman Foundation patient navigator; Nicole Breves, REV Cycle Studio barre instructor; Amanda Lehning, University of Maryland School of Social Work associate professor; and Kelly Curtin, BOYAA leader/R2integrated digital marketing strategist
Pictured (LtoR) Rachael Bollinger, travel RN; and Hillary Bollinger, freelance yoga teacher
Pictured (LtoR) Rachael Bollinger; and Hillary Bollinger
Pictured (LtoR) University of Maryland Alumni Association colleagues: Mary Bathon, director of events; Aubrey McLaughlin, associate director of events; and Cara Folk, director of regional programming
Pictured (LtoR) Mary Bathon; Aubrey McLaughlin; and Cara Folk
Pictured (LtoR) Ian Hoehl, federal account manager; Scott Clipp, Sysco Foods vice president of sales; and Morgan Clipp, Maryland Attorney General’s Office attorney
Pictured (LtoR) Chris Griffin, DC area social worker; and Rich Markowitz, Surgical Center of Glen Burnie RN
Pictured (LtoR) Kristien Miller, Genentech oncology specialist; and Dennis Young, RMF Engineering business developer
(May 16, 2019 – Diamondback Brewing Company)
Photos by Sean McDaniel & Sloane Brown
Sloane Brown

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