Jamie McDonald talks to Sloane Brown about why she is stepping down from her role as UpSurge Baltimore’s CEO and about how the death of Pava LaPere has affected her.
After 15 years based in Prince George’s County, attorney Beverly L. Winstead Esq. is moving her practice to the Baltimore waterfront.
TEDCO announced the successful completion of its 10-month pilot program for diverse, underserved women business leaders in Maryland.
TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, Wednesday launched its redesigned Institute for Women Entrepreneur Excellence Inc., a program created to address the barriers to success many women face in the entrepreneurial sector. The Institute will help to ensure Maryland continues its trajectory of being an inclusive leader in the innovation economy. The Institute evolv[...]
Carol Dodson started at Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) as an intern. As her career progressed, she repeatedly found herself breaking barriers at the company.
Chrissy Thornton, president and CEO of Associated Black Charities, talks about how she and the organization are adapting, and what their mutual goals are.
A new study from Bank of America has found men, on average, have 50% more in retirement savings than women.
Notre Dame of Maryland University launched a new upper-division certificate in women, gender and leadership.
Cheryl Ford launched ATHOS1, a health IT programming and project management company focused on health and public health advisory and consultancy.
It’s a family affair at Strum Contracting, a 36-year-old welding and fabrication construction business in Baltimore.
The Miss Maryland 2023 pageant winner hopes to serve as a role model for young women looking to enter cybersecurity fields.
Annapolis-based Significance Inc. secured a contract with the Corporation for National and Community Services.