People On The Move


November 09, 2008

Michael Davis recognized for work to help elderly

Michael W. Davis, senior partner in the Columbia firm of Davis, Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny LLC, has been recognized as a founder and longtime member of the Maryland chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Inc. He was also acknowledged for his work with members of the Maryland General Assembly, assisting with attempts to enact legislation to protect vulnerable adults from financial abuse.

Davis was recognized by the national organization at a symposium in May in Hawaii, and in September by the local chapter at a meeting in Ellicott City.

Davis has served on the Howard Community College Educational Foundation's board of trustees since 2001, and is immediate past chairman of the Columbia Foundation board of trustees, where he served on the board since 1996. He served on the Howard County Commission on Aging for 10 years, from 1995 to 2005.

Arc appoints Wagner

Debbie Wagner has been named associate executive director of services for the Arc of Howard County. She oversees adult and children's services, including residential, day and supported retirement, employment and family and individual support.

Wagner has been with the Arc for almost 21 years as assistant director of residential services, director of residential service and, recently, director of residential and day support services.

Certification for Campbell

Mary Campbell, a senior investigator and compliance officer in the county Office of Human Rights, has been awarded master human rights certification by the National Association of Human Rights Agencies for completing a course of instruction in human rights.

The certification, which requires 18 skill-building credits in enforcement and compliance, career and personal development, issues in human rights and 12 Leader Institute credits, was awarded in September.

A 24-year staff member of the Office of Human Rights, Campbell also had an article accepted for publication in The Journal of Intergroup Relations.

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