Baxter Baker attorney Danielle M. Vranian has been elected to serve as a Board Member at The Chimes Foundation, Incorporated in Baltimore City. Chimes was founded in 1947 and since that time it has helped countless people with disabilities. The Chimes School offers 11-month education programs to students ages 5 to 21 who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and emotional and behavioral challenges. Chimes believes that any student can learn and grow to their full potential, and Danielle is excited to be a part of that mission. Danielle has a broad range of experience in complex civil litigation, focusing primarily on the areas of legislative, regulatory, administrative and commercial law. Danielle successfully represents clients in both Federal and State courts of Maryland and Virginia, as well as before regulatory bodies including administrative hearings at both the local and state levels on matters before administrative boards of appeal and the Maryland General Assembly. Danielle is also currently engaged representing community members and individual homeowners in their efforts to bring high-speed internet service to their neighborhoods in northern Baltimore County.
Danielle Vranian elected to Board at The Chimes Foundation, Incorporated