Warschawski has purchased a former Episcopal church in Mt. Washington to serve as the company’s new headquarters office. According to a release, CEO David Warschawski is spearheading the “ideation and design” for the renovation and new floorplan which should result in about 20,000 sq. ft. of useable space at the former St. John’s Episcopal Church at 1700 South Road. The agency reports going “to great lengths” to preserve the original stained glass windows which will be incorporated in to a new church being built in Nicaragua, while the crosses will be removed and relocated. The church, built in 1928, was sold for $620,000 to 1700 South LLC, according to a report in the Baltimore Business Journal.

Warschawski also announced that it has been retained by LendIt Fintech, the world’s leading conference series committed to financial services innovation, to create integrated marketing communications campaigns to help grow the brand and drive conference participation. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The agency also promoted  Corin Tahinos to senior designer. She joined Warschawski in 2016 as junior designer. Sarah Sawyer has joined as Director and General Counsel. She will oversee client strategy, day-to-day activities, new business development and legal matters for the agency and clients. Before joining Warschawski, Sawyer was a business attorney for Offit Kurman, Attorneys At Law.

The American Marketing Association Baltimore Chapter (AMA Baltimore) announced the launch of its 2018-2019 Mentor Connections program. This mentoring program provides tomorrow’s marketing leaders with a unique opportunity to recognize their potential and explore new career paths. AMA Baltimore’s Mentor Connections program is accepting applications until December 1, 2018.

According to a press release, Mentor Connections pairs established marketing experts with future marketing leaders to facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge. Mentees will engage with mentors to learn more about the marketing profession, discover potential career paths, and gain insights and advice on career development.

“We are thrilled to launch another great year of our Mentor Connections program which is now in its third year,” said Dana Hamer, VP Mentorship and Professional Development. “Having a mentor to serve as a guidepost along your career path is invaluable for any young professional, and we’re excited that AMA Baltimore continues to provide this unique program to our vibrant marketing community.”

Mentees will be paired with mentors who have a broad range of marketing experience and specialization, from entrepreneurs to senior marketing executives.

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