[Forbes] - Ellen Kennedy: I have been at Calvert twelve years now, and it's astonishing to see the changes that have occurred in the industry during that time, simply because of the internet and mobile technology. We have so much more data readily available to us
[Baltimore Sun] - They have named trees for Ken Ulman, Ellen Kennedy, Toby Orenstein and The Bassler Family, who owned a dairy farm on this downtown property. The children plan to start by naming 64 trees in Symphony Woods to honor those people, living or deceased
[Sun-Sentinel] - Port Everglades is expecting a typical summer schedule with mega cruise ships Oasis of the Seas on Saturday and Allure of the Seas on Sunday, spokeswoman Ellen Kennedy said. The Carnival Freedom will also be in port on Sunday. Parking lots at the Fort
[Sun-Sentinel (blog)] - Port Everglades spokeswoman Ellen Kennedy says this about the source of the funds: "Funds for this art came from a variety of capital improvement projects at the port that are in a rolling account.'' Here's the letter: RE: Public Art or Irresponsible
[Patch.com] Jan McCool, Mary Polson, Dan Cataldi, Kris Winters, Mike Newell, Rick Smith, Carl Johnson, Gail Kotoval, David Leonard, Julie Zeisman, Eric Brenneman, Sue Ellen Kennedy, Joe Shanahan, Laurie Belin, Saundra Ragona, Kathi Phillips, Karen Moriarity.
Ellen J. Kennedy is the founder and Executive Director of World Without Genocide, a human rights organization headquartered at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, St. Paul, MN.. Through World Without Genocide, Kennedy promotes Holocaust and genocide …
[Business Lexington] - Ellen Kennedy is a partner in Dinsmore's Lexington office focusing her practice on bankruptcy and corporate law. She leverages her knowledge of bankruptcy proceedings to guide investment groups through the purchase, reorganization and sale of
Article published in Sociograph, the Sociologists of Minnesota Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 3, Summer By Ellen J. Kennedy, Ph.D., Executive Director. World Without Genocide at William Mitchell College of Law The Nazis exterminated 6 million Jews because of religion; Orthodox Serbs, Catholic Croats, and Bosnian Muslims slaughtered each other because of religion: the Sudanese Muslim ...