At the age of 16, Linda L. Singh was homeless after having a fight with her mother. She was going to school and sleeping either on friends’ homes’ porches or in the back office of the pretzel stand she worked ...Read More »
Many members of Christine Uhlhorn’s family have been part of the fire service, including her grandfather, father, brother and numerous cousins. She, however, is the only woman to pursue the field. “I never really differentiated,” she said. “I just knew ...Read More »
How does your leadership style compare to those who commanded during the Battle of Gettysburg? The University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and the Gettysburg Foundation have partnered together for an executive training experience so you can ...Read More »
During one of the first days of Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger Advanced Leadership Development Program, a prompt asked “What would success with this program look like? What would success in a year look like to you?” Kaitlyn Whiton, a project ...Read More »
Elisabeth Pickle and her family decided to relocate from Maine to Arizona in 2017 for her husband’s job. Instead of closing her successful legal practice focused on estate planning, Pickle decided to take her clients with her: She opened a ...Read More »
A trailblazer is described by the dictionary as someone who creates a path for others to follow. A pioneer if you will. The staff of The Daily Record brainstormed a list of women who have done just that in their ...Read More »
Hon. Mary Ellen Barbera First female Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals After graduating from Towson State College, Mary Ellen Barbera taught young children in Baltimore City Public Schools. During those years, she witnessed the challenges and struggles ...
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