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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

February 23, 1999
Steve Libowitz
(410) 516-7160, jhunews@jhu.edu

Bret Schreiber Named Coordinator City,
Community Relations

Bret Schreiber, a former political science major in The Johns Hopkins University s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, has been named coordinator for city and community relations.

In this new post (which is also new to the university), Schreiber will work closely with the directors of city and community relations and state and local affairs, representing the university and its interests to legislative and community leaders.

Johns Hopkins has for years worked closely with the community and the city and state to enhance the quality of life we share and to resolve issues that affect all of us, Schreiber says. This office and my job are examples of the university s intent to continue that effort and to communicate more effectively with all our constituencies.

Prior to coming back to Hopkins, Schreiber was for two years an associate at The Rasmussen Whiteford Public Affairs Group L.L.C., where he helped draft and amend legislation, develop strategy and lobby state legislators for a variety of clients.

He is a member of the Maryland House of Delegates Scholarship Committee, where he is responsible for selecting Baltimore County students to receive academic scholarships.

A native Baltimorean and a 1995 Hopkins alumnus, Schreiber said that returning to Hopkins was not part of his plan following graduation.

Truthfully, I was thankful to be finished with school, he said. But coming back in a professional capacity has instilled in me such a sense of pride for my alma mater. I have a new-found appreciation for all that I got here as a student and what Hopkins means in this town and in the state.

Schreiber can be reached at Johns Hopkins at 410-516-8495.

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