The TranZed Alliance, parent company of The Children?s Guild and Monarch Academy, named Christopher Dahl to its board of directors. Dahl, an associate with Ober|Kaler?s Litigation Group, previously served on The Children?s Guild?s Strategic Planning and Assessment Committee.
In his position with Ober|Kaler, Dahl handles general and commercial litigation, including construction, business, tax controversy and administrative licensing matters. Previously, he was a program resource manager for Volunteer Maryland.
In addition, Dahl wrote articles for the Maryland Bar Bulletin and Maryland Law Review.
Dahl received his law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law. While earning his law degree, Dahl received the 2010 Roger Howell Achievement Award, the John L. Thomas Prize and the University of Maryland School of Law Litigation and Advocacy Award. He earned his bachelor?s degree from the College of William and Mary.
The TranZed Alliance, a nonprofit child-serving organization, consists of The Children?s Guild, which includes special needs schools in Baltimore City and Prince George?s County serving children and adolescents who are difficult to educate due to autism, multiple disabilities and trauma. The Children?s Guild also operates three group homes, a treatment foster care program and school-based mental health programs in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Prince George?s County public schools. In addition, The TranZed Alliance includes Monarch Academy Public Charter Schools in Baltimore City, Laurel and Glen Burnie providing rigorous academics, project-based learning and an enriched curriculum, as well as the Upside Down Organization, National At-Risk Education Network and the National Children?s Guild Fund.