In the Pink: UMMC’s Gina Muldrow Wins a Night Out

Gina Muldrow, left, and her sister, Karen Mohammad, stop by the UMMC main entrance during their night out in a pink limousine. Gina is a stem cell donor navigator in the Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at UMMC. She won the night out as a door prize when she participated in after-hours events reserved for staff to schedule their own screening mammograms.

 By Gina Muldrow

The Pink Limo was awesome, a real treat and an eye catcher. It has the biggest, prettiest lashes on the headlights — it’s definitely a girly car. And my sister, Karen Mohammad, and I both felt like pretty pink princesses.

The driver was funny, friendly and courteous. Karen and I felt like a tourists while he drove us around Baltimore. It really is a beautiful city at night.

We had dinner at the Black Olive Restaurant. It’s such a lovely, quaint little place in the heart of Fells Point, sitting back on a cobblestone street. Incidentally, the dim lighting would make for an elegant, romantic evening if you’re with your sweetheart. But even if you’re with a sister or a good friend, it’s a beautiful place to have dinner.

The service was very fast and professional, and the food …. OMG! It was awesome. 🙂 Delicious to the last bite. I’m sure they have the best chef in town.

Before we ordered, our waitress gave us a tour of the Black Olive’s seafood display. She educated us about the types of fish they offered and where they came from. In the end, we chose a fish entrée and a lamb entree.

All in all, it was a fantastic evening and I’m so lucky and appreciative of the experience.
Thank you all in the Breast Center for all you do.

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One thought on “In the Pink: UMMC’s Gina Muldrow Wins a Night Out

  1. hi ms gina its your classmate marlin just saying hi was reading your article about your night out in the limo very nice .

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