The Key School announced that Leslie Faust of Annapolis and William G.
Carter Jr. of Annapolis have been chosen to serve as two of 25 members of The Key School's board of trustees. Faust has been associated with the school since 1985. She also serves on the boards of the Ballet Theatre of Annapolis and 1st Night Annapolis, 1990.
Carter was President of the Communications Management Systems Division of Cincinatti Bell and a director of Cincinatti Bell Information Systems, Inc. He founded a telecommunications software company in 1976 which he later sold to Cincinatti Bell.
Key School is an independent co-educational college-preparatory day school, currently serving 450 students.
Information: Malcolm Kelly, 263-9231.
AACC'S MUMFORD WINS MAHE AWARD
The Maryland Association for Higher Education honored Will Mumford of Anne Arundel Community College with its first Distinguished Service award at the fall conference at Baltimore's World Trade Center.
Mumford is chairman of the college Engineering and Technologies Division. Over the last eight years he has served as a member of MAHE's executive board and newsletter editor.
During his term as MAHE president, Mumford set up the Maryhland Council on Engineering Technologies. Its members are Maryland educators in post-secondary school engineering and technologies disciplines.