Advice from Alumni Named Among Maryland’s Top 100 Women

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By Danielle Ippolito, '13  |  Photos courtesy of the honorees

When The Daily Record named the Top 100 Women in Maryland this year, nine Loyola graduates made the list. The Baltimore-based business newspaper announces the list each March, designating women who have shown extraordinary leadership, community service, and mentoring.

Loyola magazine invited the honorees to answer a few questions about their Loyola experience and their lives since Loyola. They even shared some inspiration and advice, touching on a range of topics from Kelly Clarkson to a Chinese proverb.

Christine D. Cunningham Aspell, ’90

Mary Cina Chalawsky, ’84
The Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos PC

Diane D’Aiutolo Collins,’80
Tydings & Rosenberg LLP

Veronica A. Namnun Cool, MSF ’01
Wells Fargo

Carol L. Coughlin, MBA ’95
Bottom Line Growth Strategies

Mary Jean Herron, ’79, M.S. ’80, MBA ’83, MSF ’96
Health Care for the Homeless

Karen E. Pecora-Barbour, ’84
The Barbour Group LLC

Wendi Wagner Peters,’89
Town of Mount Airy

Karen L. Grill Sitnick, M.S. ’74
Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Employment Development

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