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Author Archives: Gina Gallucci-White

Want to network? Have fun while you meet

Designated networking events can be successful but there are different, fun ways women are using to meet others who share similar interests. Melanie Thomas co-founded Thomas Moreland Fitness a couple of years ago. “My goal in opening up this studio was ...

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The importance of mentors and mentees

When speaking to successful Baltimore area businesswomen about the importance of mentoring, whether it is having or being a mentor, many feel it is a critical aspect to any woman’s career. “You receive something from (mentoring) if you are a ...

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Deer collisions costly, insurance experts say

Maryland residents have a 1 in 134 chance of hitting a deer, according to State Farm’s 2015 deer collision data. The Free State ranks 22nd in the nation with West Virginia taking the top spot, Pennsylvania at No. 4, Virginia ...

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The 5 types of insurance entrepreneurs should have

Want to be your own boss? Great. Have a product or service you want to market and sell? Perfect. But you better have several types of insurance coverage to back up your entrepreneurial vision. “If they ever need it, they ...

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STEM lessons start early

For years, coding and technology were largely seen as classes for boys and career fields for men. More recently, there has been a push to engage young girls. Much of the focus has been on reaching students earlier. That is ...

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Giving back

This article is a complimentary preview of The Daily Record’s Path To Excellence – A Women’s Guide to Business. To enjoy unlimited access, take advantage of our special offer that includes a ticket to Leading Women in December 2015. Penny ...

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Older adults find gap between health needs, available care

Before the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2009, researchers found fewer post-acute services such as assisted living, home health services and intermediate care, were available to older adults.

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Hospitals offer comprehensive obesity programs

The rate of obesity among adults in Maryland continues to grow, according to data from The Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Changing course

For more than 15 years, Sandy Pagnotti worked in the event planning industry and “loved every minute of it.” Yet she felt pulled toward a different career. “It was always pretty transparent that when my kids were grown, I was ...

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