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Women Who Lead

FEATURED MOVER | Megan Humphries, Crosby Marketing Communications

Megan Humphries joined Crosby Marketing Communications as an executive vice president. She will lead teams to develop campaign strategy, messaging, crisis communications and stakeholder engagement programs that inspire action on behalf of prominent health organizations, nonprofits and federal agencies. Humphries has more than ...

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Hutch program names first full-time director (access required)

Hutch, a digital services and civic tech incubator based in Baltimore, Stephanie Chin its first full-time director. Chin studied international business at Towson University and while there, she worked for its incubator, TU Incubator. She is active in Baltimore’s innovative ...

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Women find joy in connecting local artists with consumers

In August 2019, Sheila Bindon left her job as director of HR technology and analytics at McCormick & Company. She calls the transition a mid-life calling to do something different. During the fall and holiday season, she started doing craft ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Jennifer Eyre, Harford Financial Group

Jennifer Eyre, a registered assistant at Harford Financial Group, was selected to join Cambridge Investment Research’s national Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Council. Eyre is a registered representative of Cambridge Investment Research Inc., a broker-dealer member FINRA/SIPC. Cambridge and Harford Financial ...

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Single moms in Maryland strive to overcome challenges

FREDERICK — Janice Smith got her first job when she was 14, sweeping up hair and washing the windows at a salon in Walkersville. She feels she had no other choice. Smith, now a 44-year-old single mother of three, used ...

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Md. Black women entrepreneurs get help through Amex’s ’100 for 100’ program (access required)

Five Maryland business owners will receive support from American Express through its “100 for 100” program, which will provide 100 Black women entrepreneurs nationwide with grants of $25,000 and 100 days of business resources, including business education, mentorship, marketing, virtual ...

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FEATURED MOVER | Vickie Mazer, McDaniel College

Vickie Mazer has joined McDaniel College as the new dean of graduate and professional studies following a national search. At McDaniel, she is responsible for providing leadership and support of the college’s more than 20 master’s degree and certificate programs. ...

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Biden likely to break barriers, pick woman to lead Pentagon

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is expected to take a historic step and select a woman to head the Pentagon for the first time, shattering one of the few remaining barriers to women in the department and the presidential Cabinet. ...

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