Culinary foundation awards AIDA Bistro chef executive...

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August 26, 2002

Culinary foundation awards AIDA Bistro chef executive status

Michael J. Wagner, executive chef at AIDA Bistro, 7185 Gateway Drive, Columbia, has been named a certified executive chef by the American Culinary Foundation.

Wagner received his award at the foundation's most recent national convention in Las Vegas. To obtain executive certification, Wagner had to pass a test and document his many years of management experience, as well as be certified in sanitation, nutrition and management supervision. His accomplishment culminates a 25-year culinary career, mostly in Maryland.

Wagner is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and has worked at Piccolos, Clyde's and Kings Contrivance.

Morrissey to head Norbel's marketing, development

The Norbel School in Elkridge has named Alison Morrissey its new director of advancement.

Morrissey will be responsible for coordinating development activities and marketing strategies, and will work closely with other senior staff members to accomplish the school's goals.

Morrissey previously served as regional campaign director of the United Way of Central Maryland, responsible for fund raising in Howard and Anne Arundel counties.

Norbel is a private school through 10th grade that educates children of average to gifted intelligence who also have language and/or learning disorders.

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