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Ross Narghang Award

MACCA LeadersThis award is named after and honors the first MACCA President’s (1970) outstanding service and dedication to our community. As the most prestigious award presented by MACCA, it is a special recognition and appreciation award granted to the MACCA President for dedicated leadership, commitment, and enhancement of the MACCA Mission.


2018 Recipient ~ Anne Scholl-Fiedler

Anne Scholl-Fiedler has been actively engaged with career services and business partnerships for over 20 years. Anne is a strong proponent of helping people uncover and utilize their Dependable Strengths to reach their full potential and obtain career satisfaction. Mentored by Dr. Bernard Haldane, she is a Master Trainer of the Dependable Strengths Articulation Process, Director of the East Coast Regional Center for Dependable Strengths, and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland, as well as an Approved Supervisor. Anne currently works at Frederick Community College leading their career services efforts. Previous work has included: Stevenson University; University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Frederick County Workforce Services; The Johns Hopkins University – SAIS, University of Washington; and Peirce College. Anne has presented at numerous conferences including MACCA, NACE, EACE, and MPACE, as well as the Appreciative Inquiry International Conference. She has held numerous roles within MACCA including Treasurer, Member at Large, Co-Chair of Scholarships, and Vice President. She currently serves as President of MACCA. Testimony: “As the 2018 MACCA President, Anne has shown outstanding servant leadership. During the course of the year, Anne has encouraged the Board to take steps to advance MACCA. She has incredible vision and motivates each of us to work towards our goals. She is quick to jump in when something needs to be done, and volunteers to take on additional tasks to help the Association. Anne works to empower our membership to become involved and to move the needle on all that MACCA can be.”


Previous Recipients

  • Courtney Bouquet (2017)
  • Karl Martz (2016)
  • Gemma Costa (2015)
  • Shahrzad Arasteh (2014)
  • Connie Egelman (2013)
  • Connie Egelman (2012)
  • Nancy Fink (2011)
  • Jill Gugino (2010)
  • Cristina Damiao (2009)
  • Flora Stowe and Cristina Damiao (2008)
  • Rose Howard (2007)
  • Joyce Henderson (2004)
  • Jane Gregiore (2003)
  • Steve Sciscione (2002)
  • Daphne Chang (2001)

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