Checket Named To Wbo

Business people

November 18, 1991

Bea Checket has recently been appointed national director of the Women's Business Ownership, a program of Service Corps of Retired and Active Executives, which is committed to women helping women in business.

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Checket, special events coordinator at Historic Inns of Annapolis, will be responsible for coordinating the WBO program across the nation.

She was president of Continental Collections, a Baltimore-based collection agency.

WBO offers free counseling by business womentailored to the needs of women business owners.

ILLUSTRATION: PHOTO

CAPTION: BEA CHECKET

U.S. director of SCORE program

MINCHOW-PROFFITT LICENSED

Sandra Minchow-Proffitt of Student Scholarship Service in Annapolis was recently licensed by Educational Services.

The licensing will allow her to offer scholarship and grant matching guidance for area high school and college students and shows thatshe has completed training in all aspects of scholarship funding forcollege-bound students.

HART IS KEYNOTE SPEAKER

The vice president of Quality Assurance for Westinghouse's Electronic Systems Group, Terry H. Hart, was the keynote speaker

at the first Finnish "World Quality Day" Conference last week.

Hart described the WestinghouseTotal Quality process, which is structured to provide the highest quality products possible. The conference was a one-day event organizedby the Finnish Society for Quality and the Confederation of Finnish Industries.

A 35-year Westinghouse veteran, Hart is responsible for overseeing a unified Total Quality focus throughout the firm's Electronic Systems Group.

MURCHAKE TO AGENCY

The Annapolis office of Shannon & Luchs Realtors recently welcomed real estate professional

Chris Murchake.

Murchake, who joined the firm after working for alocal real estate company for 12 years, has been an office manager.

A resident on Annapolis, he attended St. Mary's College.

SCHIEKE TO CONVENTION

The executive director of the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau in Annapolis recently attended the National Tour Association's 1991 Annual Convention in Cleveland.

Herman E. Schieke was one of the 3,100 delegates at the convention, one of the primary travel events in North America.

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