Diversity Training Group moves headquarters to Va...

Business Digest

August 23, 1999

Diversity Training Group moves headquarters to Va.

Mauricio Velasquez, president and founder of the Diversity Training Group, has announced the firm has moved its corporate headquarters from Baltimore to Reston, Va.

The firm, founded in Columbia in 1996, specializes in sexual harassment prevention, diversity training and consulting.

DTG offers assistance with misunderstandings and conflicts resulting from an increasingly diverse talent pool, threat of litigation and prejudice, employee turnover and other issues.

The firm has won training contracts with Arbitron, Ryland Homes and Howard County General Hospital.

Staffing agency opens new office in Laurel

StaffMax, a human resources provider, has announced the opening of a new office at 13489 Baltimore Ave. in Laurel.

The office will provide temporary and permanent workers for light industry and offices.

Information: 410-813-2290.

People

Julie A. Gould, M.D. joined the practice of Drs. Esposito, Mayer, Hogan & Associates P.A. in obstetrics and gynecology Aug. 1. She will work at the practice's Columbia and Eldersburg offices.

J. Michael Martin, president of the Columbia-based financial planning and investment management firm Financial Advantage Inc., has been named by Worth magazine as one of the best personal financial advisers in the United States. The publication's September issue includes its annual list of the 250 best financial advisers. Martin, a vice president of T. Rowe Price until he founded Financial Advantage in 1987, is one of 28 planners who has been selected for each of the magazine's lists of best advisers since the annual evaluation began in 1994.

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