For the first time in its greater than 50-yr history, the Bainum Family Foundation can be run by a person’s own family.
Education and philanthropy veteran Jacquelyn Davis will take over as CEO and president in July, succeeding Barbara Bainum, who has held the location considering that 2008 and could remain board chairwoman.
“We have spent the beyond 12 months making ready for this vital transition,” Bainum said in a declaration. “We are thrilled to have someone of Jacquelyn’s caliber expect these leadership roles and manual the inspiration into its next generation of work and impact.”
Davis will join the employer after co-founding instructional equity nonprofit Education Forward DC, in which she managed an $11 million philanthropic fund. She was Managing Director of consulting company Ed-Volution Education Group previous to starting Education Forward DC.
The foundation partners with and helps corporations assisting underserved youngsters and young people.
“Stewart and Jane Bainum set out to enhance the lives of kids dwelling in poverty,” Davis stated in a assertion. “There isn’t any more imperative nowadays than to find innovative solutions that unleash the capacity of each child no matter race or zip code — and to alternate the structures that continue inequity.”
The Bainum own family’s companies included real property and Choice Hotels International, and the Manor Care nursing domestic organization.
Bethesda Row provides a custom framing store.
Framebridge will open its 2d brick-and-mortar location Tuesday at 4806 Bethesda Ave.
The online corporation focuses on hand-constructed frames from expanding materials, taking uploaded photographs or bodily copies, and designing pleasant pieces around them.
Prices variety from $39 to $209 and transport is free. Framebridge can deal with works on paper as much as 32 inches by 40 inches and maximum items up to 3-eighths inches deep.
Framebridge Creative Adviser Nate Berkus will be traveling the Washington, D.C., place Tuesday night to satisfy clients and share design advice.
Dual artwork showcase coming to Sandy Spring Museum
The museum introduced Wednesday it would feature a joint show from Brentwood-based totally artist Normon Greene and students from St. John’s Episcopal School in Olney.
From May 2 to July 28, shoppers can view Colored Folks: We Come in Every Shade together with St. John’s Episcopal School: Our Life in Art, both of which tie into the area people and lift questions through an expansion of media.
“Today, with the race being in the front, people always … I want to proportion a visible reality of the way America definitely is in many locations,” Greene said in a assertion.
According to a museum information release, Greene’s works honor the human form via reflections of people’s relationships.
Every St. John’s scholar submitted small artwork paintings, and 20 kids were selected to create additional solo pieces. Mediums consist of colored pencils, pastels, acrylic paint, and graphite.
The museum is at 17901 Bentley Road. Admission is unfastened.
Long & Foster Bethesda workplace names new management team
The actual estate organization’s Bethesda Gateway office announced Friday that Theresa Nielson might take over as managing broking and a couple of latest income managers in Jeremiah Ganeto and Maureen “Mo” Casey Cappadona.
Nielson has 25 years within the enterprise and has been with Long & Foster due to 2003, maximum currently leading the corporation’s Georgetown workplace.
Goto controlled Long & Foster’s Silver Spring Downtown workplace for 4 years, and Cappadonna has been an established top manufacturer in the Bethesda workplace.