The Erickson School’s masters program for the Management of Aging Services (MAgS) counts among its alumni 08professionals as diverse as lawyers, publishers, artists, nursing directors, and, of course, seniors housing executives – hailing from states as far away as Texas. But one small retirement community in particular – Quaker-directed Broadmead in Cockeysville, Md. – dominates the school’s young crop of alumni with seven graduates, including the company’s CEO, Rich Compton ’08.

Read more in the Summer 2010 issue of UMBC Magazine

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