People on the Move – Linda Cromwell

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Linda Cromwell  of Being There Senior Care, LLC, was one this year’s Brava winners
at the 2012 Brava! Awards on Wednesday,July 11 at 6:00 p.m. at the American Visionary Art Museum. The Brava! Awards celebrate the distinguished achievements of 25 of Greater Baltimore’s women business leaders. This year’s winners collectively generate $2 billion in revenue and employ over 5,000 people. Additionally, the 2012 Brava winners are profiled in the July 2012 issue of Baltimore SmartCEO magazine.

About the Brava! Awards

The Brava! Awards celebrate women business leaders who combine their irrepressible entrepreneurial spirit with a passion for giving back to the community. These female CEOs have become exemplary leaders in their companies and the community at large by encouraging local philanthropy, mentoring fellow CEOs and setting their companies on the path to tremendous growth.

2012 Baltimore Brava Winners

  • Accent On Travel, Annette Stellhorn
  • AdNet/AccountNet, Inc., Betsy Cerulo
  • Applied Technology Services, Danielle Burnett
  • Baltimore Washington Medical Center, Karen E. Olscamp
  • Bambeco, Susan Aplin
  • Being There Senior Care, LLC, Linda Cromwell
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake, Inc., Robin A. Tomechko
  • BOC, Claudia Zacharias
  • BottomLine Growth Strategies, Inc., Carol Coughlin
  • Business Health Services, Dawn Motovidlak
  • H&S Resources Corporation, Sonja Hines
  • HealthPlan Headquarters, Suzanne Thompson
  • Howard Community College, Dr. Kathleen Hetherington
  • Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, Patricia M.C. Brown
  • Jordan Thomas Salon & Spa, Terry McGill
  • LPSenft&Associates/Baltimore Mediation, Louise Phipps Senft
  • MAC, Liz Rhode
  • Marian House, Inc., Katie Allston
  • PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs, Audrey Leviton
  • Play Centers, Inc., Mona Criswell-Dinsmore
  • PMS Parking, Inc., Amsale Geletu
  • Roeder Travel, Mimi Roeder-Vaughan
  • Sofi’s Crepes, Ann Costlow
  • WellDoc®, Dr. Suzanne Sysko Clough
  • World Trade Center Institute, Deborah Kielty
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