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Kerri L. Smith

Kerri L. Smith Associate Silverman, Thompson, Slutkin & White LLC Kerri L. Smith has a career highlight that many attorneys will envy: she drafted a petition for a writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of the United States and ...

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Thomas K. Prevas

Thomas K. Prevas Attorney Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP Thomas K. Prevas is an experienced litigator in environmental law who played a key role in one of the largest tort cases in Maryland history involving a gasoline spill at ...

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Venroy July

Venroy July Partner Miles & Stockbridge Venroy July said being named a partner this year in the Corporate and Finance group at Miles & Stockbridge is his most significant professional accomplishment. He is the first black partner in the group ...

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Catherine E. Grason

Catherine E. Grason Chief of Staff Maryland Insurance Administration Catherine E. Grason said she is fortunate to work as the chief of staff for the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA), an agency facing many challenging policy issues, including the Affordable Care ...

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Joshua L. Caplan

Joshua L. Caplan Assistant Attorney General Maryland Office of The Attorney General, Contract Litigation Unit Assistant Attorney General Joshua L. Caplan is proud of what the Contract Litigation Unit in the Maryland Office of the Attorney General, which he is ...

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Monise A. Brown

Monise A. Brown Family Magistrate Charles County Circuit Court Family Magistrate Monise A. Brown of the Circuit Court for Charles County in La Plata said becoming a family magistrate in 2014 when she was 34 years old is her most ...

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The Path to leadership in the finance world

As a teenager, Denise K. Mersinger took a part-time job during a summer as a bank teller to pay for dance lessons. Planning to be an education major in college, she said she will never forget when her father came ...

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Women tend to be better investors, but face challenges

Research has found that women often out-perform men when it comes to investment returns. But the events and challenges they may face in life can sometimes make that difficult. An analysis of more than 8 million clients in 2016 by ...

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Retirement planning differs for women

Retirement planning can be daunting for anyone but more so for women. Typically, women live longer than men yet through wage disparity and taking time off to care for children or family members, they usually have less money to fund ...

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Closing the Gender Gap – Women in Finance

It’s no coincidence that movies like “Wall Street” and “Wolf of Wall Street” paint the finance industry as testosterone laden, especially on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. While the U.S. financial services industry employs many women, ...

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