Author Archives: Gina Gallucci-White

Q&A with American futurist Amy Webb


As a quantitative futurist, Amy Webb watches and researches emerging technologies and follows them as they move to the mainstream. The Baltimore resident is the founder of the Future Today Institute (FTI). As a professor at New York University’s Stern ...

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Swing AI uses technology to help your golf game


No matter how much a player loves the game of golf, whether she is a beginner or right up to the professional level, slumps happen. After a frustrating day on the course, many players will go home, make an appointment ...

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Path to Excellence Q&A: Kelly M. Schulz

Kelly M. Schulz

In December, Governor Larry Hogan tapped Kelly M. Schulz to become the state’s next Secretary of Commerce after serving as the Secretary of the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation since 2015. Before her appointment, Schulz represented Frederick County in ...

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Customers, beer are pouring in at Guinness Baltimore facility

A beer is poured into a glass at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery and Barrell House in Halethorpe. (Submitted photo)

Ten months after famed Irish brewer Guinness opened its sole brewery in the United States, the Halethorpe-based facility has welcomed around 330,000 tourist and local visitors. “That is an incredible number,” says Ryan Wagner, Guinness brewery ambassador. “It is larger ...

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Q&A: Chase expands to Baltimore/Washington region

Alexis Bataillio

A little more than a year ago, JPMorgan Chase announced plans broaden their banking in the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. region to include 20 new markets and $20 billion in investments. The Daily Record spoke with Alexis Bataillon, JPMorgan Chase’s managing director ...

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Women are top leaders in Maryland National Guard

Maryland National Guard leadership

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 ...

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Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women take the lead at first-responder agencies

Howard County fire and police chiefs

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 ...

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UM, Gettysburg Foundation partner for a unique leadership learning experience

Gen. Robert E. Lee

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 ...

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Executive training/education important at any level


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 ...

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