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Johns Hopkins University
3003 N. Charles Street, Suite 100
Baltimore, Maryland 21218-3843
Phone: (410) 516-7160 | Fax (410) 516-5251

August 28, 2000
CONTACT: Dennis O'Shea


Bret A. Schreiber, previously coordinator of city and community relations at The Johns Hopkins University, has been appointed assistant director of state relations at the university.

Schreiber will also serve as interim director of state relations while a successor is recruited for Annie K. Kronk, who is retiring.

"Bret knows Johns Hopkins well and, having spent a lot of time in Annapolis over several years, he also understands state government and knows many of the elected and appointed officials and their staffs ," said Marguerite W. Sonneborn, the university's interim executive director of government relations. "He'll do a great job of representing the university and keeping the lines of communication open."

Schreiber, a 1995 Johns Hopkins graduate, returned to the university in the City and Community Relations Office in December 1998. He has served as the university's liaison with the mayor's office, City Council and other government agencies and with neighborhood and community associations.

Schreiber has also assisted with representing Johns Hopkins on state government affairs, particularly during the annual sessions of the General Assembly in Annapolis.

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