KFD's Donohue hired by Pa. center

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

October 23, 2005

Kevin Donohue, president of KFD Media, a Columbia marketing firm, has been hired by the Stroud Water Resource Center, a nonprofit environmental research organization in Avondale, Pa., to handle public radio underwriting and marketing for Stroud's "Water's Edge" seminar and fundraiser, to be held today at Longwood Gardens.

The speaker, William McDonough, is co-author with Michael Braungart of Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things and an advocate for green building.

KFD Media specializes in public radio underwriting and training for public radio sales staff. Donohue, a consultant who lives in Ellicott City, works with clients in Baltimore and Wilmington, Del. He was underwriting sales manager at WYPR for 10 years.

Advisers hear Parr presentation

Christopher P. Parr, vice president and principal of Financial Advantage Inc., a Columbia firm, spoke last quarter about advising retired clients to the Washington study group of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.

Parr, a certified financial planner, emphasized the need to focus on absolute returns for retired clients, rather than rate of return relative to the market.

A resident of River Hill village in Columbia, Parr has been listed five times by Worth Magazine as one of the nation's best financial advisers.

`Makeover' uses Johnson's talents

Marilyn Johnson, owner of MTM Design Studio in Laurel, was one of more than 20 volunteers from the Professional Association of Custom Clothiers who contributed expertise for ABC-TV's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.

Johnson and others worked closely with the show's designers and producers, creating most of the sewn bedroom designs. The episode was filmed in August and will air Oct. 30.

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