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Women Who Lead

Path to Excellence Networking series visits Howard County

Close to 100 people attended the 2019 Path to Excellence Networking series event Oct. 2 at Howard County Community College. Keswick is the series sponsor for Path to Excellence for 2019. Executive Alliance was the host sponsor of the Oct. ...

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Higgins named president at Md. events company Hargrove

Lanham-based Hargrove announced Monday the hiring of industry veteran Tara Higgins as president of the experiential events, exhibits, and expositions company. Higgins brings to Hargrove more than 20 years of experience leading results-driven teams in the events, exhibitions and experiential marketing industries. ...

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BETAH Associates wins 2019 TOP 100 MBE Award

Rockville-based BETAH Associates, a 30-year old African American and woman-owned firm, was recognized as a 2019 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC). The award recognizes minority business enterprises in Maryland, Virginia and the District ...

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2019 Leading Women winners announced

The Daily Record has announced the 2019 Leading Women winners. The Leading Women awards honors 50 women who are 40 or younger for the accomplishments made so far in their careers. The Daily Record launched the Leading Women awards in ...

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KCW Engineering receives MDOT certification as a Minority Business Enterprise

KCW Engineering Technologies Inc. announced Wednesday it has received certification from the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). The MDOT certification is managed through the Maryland Department of Transportation Office of Minority Business Enterprise and ...

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Johns Hopkins has many women in leadership positions

Every school year, Tina Cheng would fill in information in a book including teacher’s name, year of education and age. In one section, the page asked “When I grow up, I want to be a … .” Boys were given ...

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Treatment options for breast cancer continue to evolve

Janet Fishbein loves going to work at a summer camp. She loves teaching the lifeguard class and interacting with children in the Poconos. So when the Howard County resident and mom of two grown daughters found out she had breast ...

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