Julie Mull Strange, a Columbia resident, has been named as...

Business People

November 17, 1996

Julie Mull Strange, a Columbia resident, has been named as regional representative by the United Network for Organ Sharing, responsible for communicating regional organ procurement organizations' concerns to national patient waiting list coordinators. Strange has led the Baltimore-based Transplant Resource Center of Maryland for almost three years.

Deborah Singer Dobson, co-founder and executive director of ERIS Enterprises Inc., a Columbia-based management consulting and training company, conducted a Nov. 6 workshop for students from Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School -- sponsored by the Chesapeake Human Resources Association -- on behavior that may influence job advancement, such as misreading unspoken corporate rules.

Kevin Condon, a principal in the expanded Ellicott City firm Baltimore-Washington Financial Advisers Inc., has been named one of "The Best 200 Financial Advisers" in the October issue of Worth magazine. He is one of 10 Marylanders selected for the honor.

Pub Date: 11/17/96

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