Katye Byram, of Stevenson, was recently hired by Baltimore School for the Arts as Development Associate. Prior to BSA, Byram owned Winters Media Group, a printing company in New York City that specialized in marketing solutions. Byram has also served on the Walters Art Museum Women's Committee and over the past few years, Byram has served on The SEED School of Maryland's Board. As Development Associate for the school, Byram will coordinate a portion of administrative development work as well as events.
Carter Polakoff, of Stevenson, who has served as Development Director for Baltimore School for the Arts since 2004, has been given the new title of Foundation and Development Director to more accurately reflect her role at the school.
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