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Howard Bank CEO Scully makes Women to Watch list (access required)

Howard Bank CEO Mary Ann Scully has been named by a leading banking trade publication as one of the 25 Women to Watch on its annual Most Powerful Women in Banking list. Scully ranked 12th on American Banker newspaper’s 25 Women to Watch ...

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Untangling technology | How one beauty app highlights business trends

It started with uncooked rice. Jenna Reese wanted to make a rice rinse treatment for her hair, but skipped an important step to this centuries-old beauty routine: The grains have to be boiled the day before so they can ferment. ...

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Life prep: Getting Baltimore girls ready for college, careers

With a high school graduation rate of 69.7, Baltimore educators have long been looking for ways to better prepare city youth for succeeding in both public and private high schools as well as later in life. For girls, that preparation ...

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Leadership U: At Maryland colleges, women presidents mentor, support, dream

The numbers truly are a point of pride, President Tuajuanda Jordan of St. Mary’s College in Maryland said. In this state, small in geography, but prominent in the world of education, eight women preside over one of Maryland’s 21 four-year ...

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Q& A: What was your path?

Dr. Redonda Miller President Johns Hopkins Hospital On July 1, Dr. Redonda Miller became president of Johns Hopkins Hospital, the first woman to assume this role in the renowned hospital’s 125-year history. The Daily Record caught up with Miller four ...

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Lawyer-turned-bakery owner envisions sweet future

April N. Richardson is not a professional baker and she has never taken a course in sales. But her expertise is proving to be the secret ingredient to success for DC Sweet Potato Cake, a once-struggling brand whose cakes are ...

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BGE hosts girls mentoring camp (access required)

BGE hosted 15 school-aged girls at its White Marsh Training Center Monday as part of the National Association of Women in Construction’s Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp, which provides a supportive and nurturing environment for high school girls to ...

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Numbers strong for women in finance?

Women make up 53.7 percent of U.S. banking industry employees, but the percentage decreases as they climb the career ladder, according to a report on women in S&P 500 financial companies. Women make up about 45 percent of mid-level officials ...

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Banking on a career: Three women analyze their paths in finance

How Michele Moore, a regional bank area president for Wells Fargo in Baltimore, ended up in banking was “certainly a journey,” she said. More than 20 years ago, Moore went to school for pre-law and started managing two TCBY frozen ...

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