August 2013: Don’t Be Modest: Share Your Accolades

There’s so much positive news and never enough space. In this forum, everyone can pat themselves on the back.  Have you been promoted, earned an award or received special recognition within your organization or the industry? If you’re proud of the honor, we want to know about it. Don’t be modest! Share your accolades, and feel free to attach a photo that shows your pride.

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Heather Spinelli August 1, 2013 at 11:09 am

February of this year I became a certified wound, ostomy, continence nurse (CWOCN). I also celebrated 10 years with the Johns Hopkins Hospital January of this year.


Adam Shapourian August 1, 2013 at 10:59 am

Suburban Hospital's John Kleinguenther has been announced as this year's winner of EndoNurse magazine's MVP award.
John's family and colleagues surprised him with the news and helped congratulate him at the hospital today. John will receive a gift card, a certificate and an extended biography in a special issue of EndoNurse magazine.
John has been a patient care technician for 18 years, with 8 years in Endoscopy. His bio and photograph were featured in the magazine's May issue. Voting took place online during the summer.


Carol Marshall August 1, 2013 at 10:57 am

Congratulations and many thanks to all those who work so diligently to achieve the best quality care and the optimum outcomes for our patients.


Lorilei Barsh August 1, 2013 at 10:56 am

After three years of attending school online and in the evenings, I just recently received my MBA, which is sure to help me in my position in marketing and communications. I look forward to applying this new found knowledge in my work here at Johns Hopkins. Anyone else part of the class of 2013 at a college or university?


Fran Karas August 1, 2013 at 10:56 am

I am proud to work for two very special people in the Division of Cardiology. June 2013 was a special month for both Dr. Roger S. Blumenthal, Professor of Medicine, who received the honor of being named The Kenneth Jay Pollin Professor of Cardiology and his wife Dr. Wendy S. Post who was promoted to Professor of Medicine.


Anthony Keyes August 1, 2013 at 10:16 am

Anthony Keyes has earned professional certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) through PMI - the World’s Leading Professional Association for Project Management. Thank you to the Division of Rheumatology for your support of my professional development. The knowledge learned and the credibility of this certification is invaluable to my role as Clinical Research Program Manager. Great things are happening in Rheumatology!


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