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Women Who Lead

FEATURED MOVER | Kim Callari, The Baltimore Station

The Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program supporting veterans and others transitioning from homelessness and substance use disorder to self-sufficiency, promoted Kim Callari to the newly created role of deputy director. As deputy director, Callari will keep her current responsibilities ...

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Maryland educator wins $1M Global Teacher Prize (access required)

This photo provided by the Varkey Foundation shows Keishia Thorpe, who who teaches at International High School at Langley Park in Prince George’s County and was selected for the Global Teacher Prize from more than 8,000 nominations and applications from 121 countries around the world. (Varkey Foundation via AP)

A Maryland high school teacher who has worked to open up college education for her students has won the $1M Global Teacher Prize, the Varkey Foundation announced.

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FEATURED MOVER | Melissa Menkel McGuire, Liff Walsh

Liff, Walsh & Simmons welcomed Melissa Menkel McGuire as a partner, establishing the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group. Menkel McGuire brings more than 25 years of experience providing advice and counsel to employers on all aspects of the employment relationship. ...

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Many women have left the workforce. When will they return?

NEW YORK — There was a time when Naomi Peña could seemingly do it all: Work a full-time job and raise four children on her own. But when the viral pandemic struck early last year, her personal challenges began to ...

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Hershey Company one of Forbes ‘World’s Top Female Friendly Companies’

The Hershey Co. has topped Forbes’ list of the “World’s Top Female Friendly Companies,” leading a roster of 300 honorees. “Guided by The Pathways Project, we continue to advance progress around gender equity – a core component of our greater ...

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