tion of advice on love, careers, raising children and
life in general from over 40 seasoned women with
Irwin Kramer ’84 PSYC is the managing
attorney of Kramer & Connolly, which recently
relocated to the historic Offices at Ebaugh House
in Reisterstown, Md.
Todd Feuerman ’87 ACCT, a director at
Ellin & Tucker, was named a SmartCPA in the
September issue of SmartCEO Magazine. The
magazine recognizes CPAs who exemplify their
roles as leaders, innovators and trusted advisors
for the businesses they serve.
Philip M. Pokorny ’89 POSC was promoted
to community corrections supervisor for the Baltimore County Department of Corrections where
he is responsible for programs concerning work
release, home detention and drug testing. He is an
18-year-veteran of the department.
Christina Rumbaugh ’84, a standards manager for the Harford County Sheriff’s Office, was
named a governor of Soroptimist International of
the Americas, an international volunteer organization for business and professional women who
work to improve the lives of women and girls.
Angela Edwards Hutchins ’88 received
a M.S. in Health Care Administration and an
MBA from the University of Maryland, University
College She is an adjunct professor in UMUC’s
health care administration graduate program.
Chris Devlin ’90 CCMM, an actor living in
Los Angeles, participated in “Fight Gone Bad” to
fight cancer, aid returning soldiers and donate to
the families of firefighters and police.
Don Miller ’86 ECON, a director at Ellin &
Tucker, was named a SmartCPAs in the September
issue of Smart CEO Magazine. The magazine
recognizes CPAs who exemplify their roles as
leaders, innovators and trusted advisors for the
businesses they serve.
Doug Black ’86 ACCT moved to Chicago
in 1988 and earned his MBA from the Kellogg
Graduate School of Management at Northwest-
Jim Connor ’88 BUAD is president of
Hood Tools, a new website that allows individuals
and homeowners to borrow and return tools and
maintenance equipment from their neighbors.
Hood Tools, which was founded in 2009, is Connor’s latest venture. He also founded the internet-related companies ALTIUS Communications,
ALTIUS Broadband and Blue Bolt Networks.
Chris Webber ’93 MCOM left his position as
the information assurance deputy director at the
White House to become chief information officer
for the Federal Labor Relations Authority.
Bernie Gerst ’94, TU’s chief of police and
assistant vice president, was elected as the
49th president of the Maryland Chiefs of
Tom Johnson ’94 MCOM was named
managing director and head of mergers and
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