Health agency honors employees' performance John Poisal...


March 26, 2001

Health agency honors employees' performance

John Poisal was selected by Michael McMullan, acting deputy administrator of the Health Care Financing Administration, as employee of the month for March.

Poisal, who lives in Ellicott City, is a statistician for the agency that administers Medicare. He received the award for his work in helping the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services study prescription drug coverage, use and expenditures by Medicare beneficiaries.

Joel Kaiser, a Cooksville resident, received the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' outstanding employee award for March. He is a health insurance specialist for the Health Care Financing Administration and received the award for his work in establishing and maintaining the Medicare payment system for medical equipment and supplies.

Columbia native selected for black achiever award

Juliet N. Gilliam, director of sponsorship management and promotions for ESPN/ABC Sports Customer Marketing and Sales, has been selected as the ABC Inc. Black Achiever in Industry for 2001. She is the daughter of the late Janet S. Gilliam and Dr. James Gilliam Jr. of Columbia.

The awards, presented by the Harlem branch of the YMCA of Greater New York, honors African-American men and women in supervisory, managerial and professional positions.

Meeting to feature talk on business marketing

Carolyn West Price, president of Ellicott City-based Impact Marketing and Public Relations Inc., will speak about "Sins of Small Business Marketing" at a dinner meeting of the International Coach Federation, Maryland Chapter, on Wednesday at Copeland's Restaurant in Columbia.

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