Class Notes: 1990s

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Beth Hehir (Master of Administrative Science ’91) is a vice president of M&T Bank in Timonium, Maryland. She was recognized by The Daily Record as one of “Maryland’s Top 100 Women” for 2017. The honor goes to “100 outstanding women for their professional accomplishments, community leadership, and mentoring,” according to the newspaper.

Claudia Perry-Sconion (MS, Economics ’91) is a Realtor with Weichert Realtors, Diana Realty Inc. in Harford County, Maryland.

Pamela Burdick (Master of Administrative Science ’92) is retired after a career of more than 30 years in computer work. She stepped down in 2016 from a contractor’s position at the National Institutes of Health.

Lynne Constantine (Master of Administrative Science ’93) is an author whose most recent book, The Veritas Deception, a conspiracy thriller, is now available. HarperCollins will publish her next book, The Last Mrs. Parrish, under the pen name Liv Constantine, in October 2017.

Marigrace McKay (MS, Management ’93) is a project manager with OCMAdvantage Consulting.

Linda Brown Rivelis (BS, Business ’93) is founder and president of Campaign Consultation, Inc. She writes: “After 45 years as entrepreneurs for social change, it was time for ‘what’s next?’ So we added the purchase of an 1850s mansion in Baltimore and restored it as The Elephant restaurant with original Tiffany glass and de Forest carved teak from India.”

David Heintzelman (MS, Finance ’95) is head of global facilities procurement for Nokia. He writes: “Nokia’s acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent a little over a year ago (creating a $24Bn company) has generated some great opportunities for procurement savings as we harmonize the two facilities’ portfolios – 670+ sites in 130 countries. The finance degree from Johns Hopkins has been helpful to structure the best deals for the company and gain senior executive decision support.”

Michael S. Opiela (MS, Business ’96) is owner of Michael Opiela Consulting in Rockville, Maryland. He retired in 2015 as a bank examiner after a 37-year career with the federal government.

Janet K. Redman (Master of Administrative Science ’96) joined Bell Rock Capital in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, as a senior investment advisor in 2016. Her focus is on the financial health and success of women, and she has been conducting educational seminars throughout Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.

Jeffrey Cooper (MS, Information Systems ’98) is vice president of information technology with Graham Capital Company in York, Pennsylvania. He also serves on the board of directors for the Belmont Theater, a local performing arts center in York.

Wendy Slaughter (MS, Business ’98) is president and owner of the Wendy Slaughter Team at RE/MAX 100, which was ranked sixth among the Top 100 RE/ MAX Teams in Maryland for 2016. The team is also reportedly in the top 1 percent for all RE/MAX teams in the United States.

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