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Congratulations to BizComm alum Christine Hindle Bean, who has accepted a new job as a client support manager at Go2 Solutions Group. The recruiting company combines digital marketing, a video interview platform, and the human element in the prescreening and selection of candidates, according to its website. Christine's knowledge of social media marketing and her strong interpersonal skills made her an ideal candidate for the position.

BizComms, our Office of Career Services tells us to save the date for the Maryland Career Consortium Career Fair, on Friday, February 20, 2015, from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., at Loyola University Maryland's Reitz Arena. Word has it that over 125 employers will be attending. The MCC Career Fair, open to college students and alumni only, is an opportunity to meet and network with  employers from local, regional and national industries including the government, private and non-profit sectors. Will you be attending? Stay tuned for more information!

BizComm associate professor Stephanie Verni is nearly ready to launch her second novel, Baseball Girl, a contemporary romance as well as a story about the love a girl has for her father, with baseball as the perfect backdrop. You can watch the trailer here. Baseball Girl, Verni's second self-published novel, follows her first, Beneath the Mimosa Tree. Congratulations!

Congratulations to two of our BizComm alums who have accepted new positions in the world of work. Jamie Schafer has joined the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce after spending a year as a logistics specialist at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, where she also interned. The Chamber of Commerce is a member-driven organization that has been the voice of business in Baltimore County for nearly 50 years. Good luck on your new endeavor, Jamie!


Maura Kovalcik will be joining Social Toaster in a month as a copywriter, leaving the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland where she was a web and social media specialist. Social Toaster is an organization that seeks to increase brand visibility and engagement through customized social media platforms. We'd love to hear how the new job is going, Maura!

Congratulations to BizComm alum Emily Pullarn Hall, who's celebrating her third year with SmartCEO. Its mission, according to its website, is to educate and inspire the business community through its award-winning magazine, connections at C-level events and access to valuable online resources. SmartCEO’s integrated media platforms reach decision makers in the Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC metropolitan areas. Emily's position as a senior accont executive depends upon her strong interpersonal and other communication skills. Way to go, Emily! Here she is seen in the photo (center) along with alums Sarah Moelter and Andy Gepert when they returnd last year for "Lunch Lessons."

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