Dan Küffer

Think Systems, Inc. Provides Remote Management Tips in the Maryland Daily Record

“Providing remote work options can increase the potential talent pool, but makes it critical for managers to effectively manage remotely,” writes Dan Küffer, vice president and chief of staff at Think Systems, Inc., a national technology and operations adviser that fills professional technology roles, in the Maryland Daily Record. “Managing a remote team creates challenges. […]

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Jud Sokol

SFG Wealth Management Appoints Jud Sokol as Wealth Manager

Sokol’s unique experience will enrich SFG and contribute to growth goals SFG Wealth Management, a comprehensive financial services firm offering retirement, education and estate planning as well as portfolio management and corporate benefits, continues to grow with the addition of Jud Sokol as Wealth Manager. Sokol brings more than two decades of financial advising experience […]

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Baltimore Fishbowl Article

MD Education Department Awards $80K for Junior Achievement Summer Business Program

“Junior Achievement of Central Maryland is launching a new program this summer to equip 200 middle and high school students with skills needed to become successful entrepreneurs — even during a pandemic,” the Baltimore Fishbowl reports. “The Maryland State Department of Education recently awarded an $80,000 grant to Junior Achievement to launch the three-week pilot […]

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The Transformation of Bocek Park

We began working in Bocek Park during a green space restoration project in 2018 and have been connected to the area and people since. Three years later, it is gratifying to see this recreational center come to life. The top photo was taken in 2018 and the bottom picture is from 2021. The dilapidated building […]

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KETTLER Case Study

Challenge Six months after taking over management of the Pavilion Apartments in Newark, N.J., KETTLER faced an uprising. A group of residents refused to adopt new terms to their lease and about 100 received eviction notices because they were at least two months behind in their monthly rent. A resident who headed the Pavilion’s neighborhood […]

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