People On The Move

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

May 17, 2006

Bolduc is chairman of hospice fundraiser

J.P. Bolduc, chairman and chief executive officer of JPB Enterprises Inc. - a privately held holding company in Columbia that specializes in private equity investments, investment banking services and real estate development and investment - has agreed to serve as corporate chairman of Hospice of Howard County's annual fundraiser.

The 21st Taste & Auction of Howard County is to be held Oct. 22 at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City.

Bolduc, who founded JPB Enterprises in 1995, has served as CEO of W.R. Grace & Company and as assistant secretary for management and finance at the Department of Agriculture under Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford. He was CEO of the Grace Commission, the president's private sector survey on cost control, under President Ronald Reagan.

Cohn is chairman of Tai Sophia board

Law professor Sherman Louis Cohn of Georgetown University has been named chairman of the board of directors of Tai Sophia Institute, a graduate school for the healing arts in North Laurel.

A past president of the American Inns of Court, Cohn has served on the Georgetown faculty for 41 years. An expert on civil procedure and professional responsibility, he has taught a class on legal issues in alternative and complementary medicine.

He helped guide the formation of Tai Sophia, which was founded in 1975, and is a board member of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance and the National Acupuncture Foundation.

He was chairman of the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for 10 years, and is a past president of the Jewish Law Association.

Roca is president of AAUW Maryland

Diane Roca of Columbia was sworn in as president of the Maryland American Association of University Women last month at the organization's spring conference.

She will install officers of the AAUW Howard County branch at a spring luncheon May 20 at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City.

A past president of the Howard County branch, Roca is the first member of the local chapter to serve as president of the Maryland AAUW.

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