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Kimberly HahrBusiness Communication alum Kimberly Hahr discussed the efforts of the Maryland Center of Construction Education and Innovation (MCCEI) where she works to encourage students to enter the construction industry in a podcast through LinkedIn. Kim is also is the strategic partnerships manager and affiliate director of ACE Mentor Program of Baltimore. Listen to the podcast here.
Katie Amos Remenapp, Ali Blais, Chip Rouse and Heather Redding PierceA few of the Business Communication alums (and a faculty member) rejoiced together on the impending birth of Santiago "Santi" Remenapp, the much-anticipated baby of BizComm alum Katie Amos Remenapp at a shower held in her honor on Feb. 10. Present were Ali Blais, Chip Rouse and Heather Redding Pierce (l-r in the photo). Congratulations, Katie and Craig, on the new soccer player-to-be!
Alex Parker and Orioles sponsorship teamBusiness Communication alum Alex Parker, manager of partnership marketing for the Baltimore Orioles, posted a great shot on LinkedIn with her Orioles partnership marketing team after working through two enormous January events -- FanFest Eve Gala and FanFest. Alex (third from the  left in the  photo) has been with the Orioles over three years after receiving her Master's degree in Professional Studies, Sports Industry Management, from Georgetown University. Alex and her team work with all Orioles sponsorship events. Congratulations, Alex!
Toni Rossi with two faculty membersBusiness Communication alum Tony Rossi ('18) stopped in to check on the faculty as he took a break from his job with the Class Produce Group, LLC.  Tony's strong interpersonal skills and his intercultural understandings have helped in his sales job with the 78-year-old, 4th generation, family owned and operated produce wholesaler working on the East coast of the U.S. Here, he poses with two of his favorite professors, Dr. Heather Harris (left) and Dr. Nadene Vevea.

Ronnie Lordi at a comedy club

Business Communication alum Ronnie Lordi is making a name for himself in the world of stand-up comedy in New York City, but recently ventured into managing a comedy site. A recent New York Post article highlighted his work “Live at the Barbershop” in one of the city’s more unusual comedy clubs. According to the article, "Lordi usually performs a quick opening set before introducing the first of some five or six comics a night. So far, the surprise guests have included Judah Friedlander (“30 Rock”), Roy Wood Jr. (“The Daily Show”) and Dante Nero (“The Blacklist”)." The barbershop doubles during the day as a traditional site for a shave and a haircut but is transformed into a small club for the evening events. Congratulations, Ronnie! (Photo from the New York Post)