In each issue of Path to Excellence, we shared a tech tip from a female professional who was making technology work for her. Here are some of the tips we published in 2016. Katie Egan, Co-Founder/CEO, CourseArc As an entrepreneur, I spend ...Read More »
By Gina Gallucci-White, Special to The Daily Record Social media is all about what is happening right now, so we asked Gina Ramsey, Adventure Web Interactive’s vice president of digital media, about the latest trends. “I think the big thing ...Read More »
Two years ago, Carrie Buppert Frasure returned to the fields and greenhouses of her family’s business, Buppert’s Doran’s Chance Farm in Marriottsville. There, they raise and sell flowers, fruits and vegetables. Frasure’s husband, Jesse, is the part-time beekeeper, and their ...Read More »
On a recent weekend, prospective Dundalk homeowners and renters were invited to “Live the Unexpected” and tour the peninsula community to see firsthand its redevelopment, new jobs and housing options. “Dundalk has a lot of charm and historic character in ...
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Ellie Giles, Ed.D., CEO, WorkSource Montgomery Inc. You recently changed jobs: What were you doing before and what is your new job? My previous job was as the operations director for Montgomery Business Development Corporation (MBDC). MBDC is an apolitical organization that ...Read More »
In each issue of Path to Excellence, we ask a successful woman, “What’s in your purse?” For Julia Timofeyeva, the brand of a purse isn’t nearly as important as what it can carry. As chief risk officer for Mariner Finance, ...Read More »
What does it mean to be a woman working in Annapolis these days? It’s a topic that I’ve been asked thousands of times since I first set foot in the capital in 1979. I lobbied for over 35 years in the ...Read More »