The Daily Record’s Leading Women awards honor 50 women who are 40 years of age or younger for the accomplishments they have made so far in their careers. A panel of previous Top 100 Women and Leading Women winners selected the honorees based on their professional experience, community involvement and commitment to inspiring change. The Daily Record launched the Leading Women awards in 2010 to recognize the next generation of Maryland’s women leaders.
“The 2019 Leading Women excel in their professional lives and in service to their communities. They juggle tough jobs, family commitments, community service, mentoring, education and a host of other priorities,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “Their tremendous accomplishments are but a prelude to many more in the future. The Daily Record is pleased to recognize them for their accomplishments.”
“This year’s Leading Women honorees are Maryland’s future. They are professionally successful at a young age and are also committed to making a difference and inspiring change,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “These women are simply extraordinary, and The Daily Record is pleased to honor them.”
The 2019 Leading Women awards will be presented Dec. 2 at a reception and dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. at Westin Annapolis, 100 Westgate Circle in Annapolis. Winners will be profiled in a special magazine that will be inserted into the Dec. 3 issue of The Daily Record and available online at www.TheDailyRecord.com. The event hashtag is #TDRawards.
2019 Leading Women Honorees
Jennifer Arminger, Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs
Josephine M. Bahn, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Casey N.R. Brent, Maryland Public Service Commission
Elizabeth Burger, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
Suzanne V. Burnett, Potter Burnett Law, LLC
Meghan K. Casey, Gallagher Evelius & Jones
Jody Costa, Barcoding, Inc.
Dr. Yen H. Dang, Pharm.D., University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Sarah Rose David, Office of the State Prosecutor
Rachel Dolcine, Compass Consulting & Training Solutions, LLC
Anjelica B. Dortch, Executive Office of the President
Laura L. Dunn, Esq., The Fierberg National Law Group; SurvJustice; Maryland Carey School of Law
Jennifer T. Fox, Blades & Rosenfeld, P.A.
Ivy Gales, SECU
Michelle Geiss, Impact Hub Baltimore
Melissa Goldmeier, Howard County Office of Law
Elizabeth R. Paal Goss, Heritage Financial Consultants, LLC
LaKisha Greenwade, Wearable Tech Ventures Inc.
Jaimee C. Holmes, Law Office of Jaimee C. McDowell
Anika S. Jones, Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC
Kayleigh Keilty, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
Christa Kerrigan, AIA, Waldon Studio Architects
Jennifer L. Kouo, Ph.D., Towson University, University of Maryland, College Park, EduCoLab, LLC
Erika Lopez-Finn, Montgomery County, Office of Management and Budget
Kristen M. Mack, Brown & Barron, LLC
Kisha McCray, Y in Central Maryland/Y Baltimore County Head Start
Pilar Camus Nichols, Offit Kurman, P.A.
Cara O’Brien, The Law Office of Evan K. Thalenberg, P.A.
Amanda O’Donohue, Nyla Technology Solutions
Adeyinka O. Ogunlegan, Comcast
Dr. Andrea H. Parrish, IDEALS Institute, Johns Hopkins University
Lauren Perlin, Camps Airy & Louise
Sandy Popp, Maryland General Assembly
Ashira Quabili, Freedom Federal Credit Union
Julie A. Reddig, Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd.
Jessica L. Reynolds, Maryland Department of Commerce
Ashley Smith Rosenblatt, Gordon Feinblatt LLC
Emily Shank, Bellator Law, Inc.
Annie Speedie, Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland
Alycia E. Stack, Williams, McClernan, & Stack LLC
Elizabeth Stahlman, City of Frostburg
Nicole Stallings, Maryland Hospital Association
Rosalyn Tang, Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
Alyssa Navarrete Thorn, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Ashley Van Stone, Trash Free Maryland
Ali von Paris, Route One Apparel
Tiffany Waddell, State of Maryland – Office of Governor Larry Hogan
Jessica Watson, Points North Design Studio
India E. Whitlock, Madison Mason Home Group
Stephanie Withey, MERIT Health Leadership Academy