Business People


October 01, 1990


Suzanne Pogell, president of Womanship, the international sailing school for women, recently announced plans to support the YWCA's Capital Campaign.

She was joined by Dolores Bail, executive director of the YWCA, Mick Blackistone, executive director of the Maryland Marine Trades Association, Bob Jett, chairman of the Chamber of Commerce's Sail Annapolis Committee, and Jay Templeton, chairman of the city of Annapolis Marine Advisory Committee.

Womanship invites marine businesses to enroll in Womanship courses between now and the Annapolis Boat Show in October. Courses are offered at a special discount and increase knowledge, sales and effectiveness of female marine staff.

Womanship will commit 10 percent of all course fees under this program to the YWCA's Capital Campaign for the purchase of land and construction of the YWCA's new offices near Annapolis Mall. Information: Womanship, 137 Conduit Street, Annapolis, Md., 21401.

Information: 269-0784 or 1-800-342-9295.


Annapolis Associated Architects has named Nancy D. Hagman director of graphic design.

She will be responsible for environmental and architectural graphics, as well as all supporting collateral materials for institutional, commercial and residential clients.

Ms. Hagman brings to the firm 14 years of experience in graphic design and real estate. Formerly owner of of DesignPlus Graphics, a design studio specializing in commercial and residential real estate marketing, Ms.

Hagman also holds a real estate license with the state of Maryland. She studied graphic design and advertising at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Anne Arundel Community College.

Annapolis Associated Architects offers comprehensive services in architecture, planning, urban design and graphic design.

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