Leadership So. Md. Announces Four New Board Members - Southern Maryland Headline News

Leadership So. Md. Announces Four New Board Members

LEONARDTOWN, Md. (June 3, 2015)—The Leadership Southern Maryland (LSM) Board of Directors announced Tuesday it elected four new members to the board:

-- Barry Friedman (LSM '09) is a market manager with Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.;

-- Patrick Murphy (Leadership Maryland '06) is an attorney with Robert Half | Protiviti | Protiviti Government Services;

-- Karen O'Connor (LSM '10) is a senior business developer with College of Southern Maryland; and

-- Sharmella Riggs (LSM '15) is a P-8A acquisition manager with Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division.

The Board of Directors also elected the following members to its executive committee for a one-year term:

-- Lee Capristo, president (LSM '11), is a director of publications at St. Mary's College of Maryland;

-- John Felicitas, vice president (LSM '13), is a retired K-12 educator and diversity consultant;

-- Hartmuth Csanadi-Schwartz, treasurer (LSM '14), is a chief business officer with ARC of Southern Maryland;

-- Sharon Bouchard, secretary (LSM '12), is a CH-53K requirements manager with Naval Air Systems Command; and

-- Mark De Luca, immediate past president (LSM '10), is a systems engineer with Holmes-Tucker Int'l, Inc.

Leadership Southern Maryland, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization based in Leonardtown. According to its mission statement, the organization is "dedicated to building a cadre of informed leaders from Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary's counties who are prepared to address common issues and collaborate for the long-term benefit of the Southern Maryland region."

For application information, contact Helen Wernecke, executive director, 240-725-5469, via email helen@leadershipsomd.org, or visit www.lsmlead.org.

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