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Cailey Locklair

Cailey Locklair President Maryland Retailers Association As president of the Maryland Retailers Association, Cailey Locklair, 34, serves as the voice of the retail industry on statewide and local legislation. Since 2015, Locklair has helped shape, and ultimately pass, some of ...

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Brian W. Hammock

Brian W. Hammock Resident Vice President CSX Transportation As the resident vice president of CSX Transportation, Brian W. Hammock is driven in his professional career to be part of building and creating. Over the last five years, he has been ...

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Richard Grason VI

Richard Grason VI Partner Hanley & Grason, LLC “Knowing a case from stem to stern is essential to establishing and gaining the trust and confidence of the client,” he said. “(It) places one in the best position for success and ...

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Greg Goodwin

Greg Goodwin Chief Technology Officer Kiddie Academy Greg Goodwin, chief technology officer with Kiddie Academy for the last two years, believes in using technology to make people’s lives better. “I am a technologist, intently focused on delivering business value through ...

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Carroll D. Galvin

Carroll D. Galvin Director of Corporate, Foundation & Government Grants Notre Dame of Maryland University Notre Dame of Maryland University, a private Catholic university in Baltimore, received more than $2 million in new grants from multiple sources in 2018, thanks, ...

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Cybersecurity Month aims to raise awareness of cyber threats

Gina Abate

Whether it’s the threat posed by hackers that seek to steal and exploit individuals’ personal data, or the potential for devastating attacks on the nation’s critical infrastructure, the need for adequate cybersecurity is an increasingly important aspect of living and ...

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Jeff Trueman: Beware the urge to win. It can backfire.

Litigation arouses competition, an urge to win. Some lawyers have a hard time dialing it down even when the parties want to settle. Many lawyers overemphasize their role as zealous advocate at the expense of other, equally important roles – ...

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Retail chains adapting to changing technology

Krispy Kreme doughnuts

McDonald’s kitchens are expanding. Wegmans’ meal cuisines are in more homes and offices. Krispy Kreme is at your door. Target has bested Amazon in some ways. These and many other companies across the U.S. retail industry are adjusting to and ...

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A look at the history of women’s rights

Women's Rights

The fight for women’s rights began years before the 19th amendment was ratified by Congress and approved by enough states to make it part of the Constitution. It was, against common belief, spearheaded by thousands of women. Women from across ...

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Timeline of the fight for women’s right to vote

Women's Rights

Timeline 1848 – The first women’s rights meeting is held in Seneca Falls, New York. The members of the meeting signed the Declaration of Sentiments, which consisted of 12 resolutions that called for the equal treatment. 1850 – Worcester, Massachusetts ...

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