Anna E. Greenberg has been named chairwoman of the Maryland Hall Foundation Board of Trustees. She succeeds outgoing chairman Robert Libson.
Randy L. Raudabaugh also was named executive vice-chairman.
Greenberg has been a foundation Board of Trustees member since 1989. For more than 40 years, she has served as a volunteer with civic, educational, social, service and religious organizations, including the National Board of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, the Executive Committee of the National Board of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, the Governor of Maryland's Volunteer Council and the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors.
A native Annapolitan, Greenberg and her husband, Capt. Edwin G. Greenberg, have lived in Annapolis since 1973.
Raudabaugh lives in Millersville with his wife and two children. He is active in several organizations, including the Industrial Development Research Council, Anne Arundel Trade Council and the National Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives.
Rebecca M. Dzamov, a sophomore at St. John's College in Annapolis, was named a 1992 Baltimore Sun-Independent College Fund of Maryland (ICFM) scholar.
Dzamov was only one of nine students in the state to receive the $2,000 scholarship and was selected for her community service and academic record.
She has worked in a reading program with the Annapolis Children's Foundation, which offers leadership, academic and community service skills to at-risk children. Dzamov also is developing a volunteer program for the Adult Learning Center in Annapolis.
The scholarship was created by the Sun and the Independent College Fund of Maryland to honor the contribution of college students to their communities.
Dr. Theodore Harrison, of Millersville, has been elected to a second two-year term as president of the Maryland Chapter of theCollege of Emergency Room Physicians.
The organization, which represents over 220 doctors in Maryland, is a professional association dedicated to the continuing education and training of its members and to raising awareness about emergency room physicians. Harrison has been active in the organization for more than 10 years.
Harrison is a partner in Professional Emergency Physicians, P.A., which provides medical coverage for several hospital emergency rooms in the Baltimore area.
Harrison, who received his bachelor's degree and medical degree from Washington University of St. Louis, served his internship at the University of Southern California Medical Center and completed residency training at Johns Hopkins Hospital.