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Press Foundation Trustees

The Maryland | Delaware | DC Press Foundation is a tax-deductible organization created in 1998 by the MDDC Press Association to enhance news journalism in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia.  It is incorporated in Maryland as an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

The Foundation's current activities focus on young journalists through its Reese Cleghorn Internship Program and the Michael S. Powell High School Journalist Scholarship.   Please help support young journalists with your tax-deductible gift to the Foundation.  Donate today!


Our trustees represent our member publications across the region. They bring vast experience in all areas of publishing and the many disciplines involved in producing outstanding journalism. They share a commitment to the mission and values of the MDDC Foundation.


Tom Linthicum - President
The Baltimore Sun & The Daily Record  – Retired

John League – Vice President
The Herald-Mail Company - Retired


Greg Conderacci, Good Ground Consulting LLC

Chris Eddings, The Daily Record - Retired

Lucy Dalglish, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland

Laura Handman, Davis Wright Tremaine

Jacqueline Jones, Dept. of Multimedia Journalism, Morgan State University

Martin Kaiser, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland

Carol Melamed, The Washington Post - Retired

John J. Oliver, Jr., The AFRO-American Newspapers, Publisher Emeritus

Reginald Stuart, SDX Foundation

Nathan E. Siegel, Davis Wright Tremaine

Chuck Tobin, Ballard Spahr


Contact Information

Rebecca Snyder, Executive Director
Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Foundation
P.O. Box 26214, Baltimore, MD 21210
Cell:  443-768-3281

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