PK Law was thrilled to have the opportunity to once again host the Maryland Daily Record’s Path to Excellence Event.
The Path To Excellence event brings together Top 100 Women, Leading Women and their professional network to give back to the community and create important professional connections. Co-hosts were Karen Bond, Lyn Cason, Diane D’Aiutolo, Aileen Eskildsen, Barbara Gassaway, Mary Jean Herron, Lisa Hayes, Lisa Manzone, Ann Quinn, Karen Singer, Stacie Tobin, Jenny Trostle, Margaret Wood and PK Law Member, Patricia McHugh Lambert.
This is the second time Ms. Lambert and PK Law have hosted a Path to Excellence event.
Every Path to Excellence Event is held to support a local charity and guests are asked to bring a contribution, as requested by the charity, to the event.
For this event collections were made for The Baltimore County Education Foundation, which solicits, manages and distributes supplemental funds to ensure BCPS students. The vision is that all BCPS students will have the resources supported by quality instruction and the opportunity to further education to enable them to graduate globally competitive and all Baltimore County Public School educators will receive the opportunity to acquire financial support for programs that fall within the priorities of the district. The Foundation’s Executive Director, Debbie Phelps, attended and spoke at the event and graciously accepted the donations.