Baltimore Restaurant Owner Credits Marketing Degree In New Business“In my current role, I am in charge of marketing our restaurant as well as managing day-to-day operations. My role is really an umbrella role. No day looks the same. Some days, I am in the kitchen; others, I’m on the register. I moonlight as a bartender and barista at times as well," says James Shaffer.
Baltimore Business Deters Security Threats Associated With Data BreachesSecuris, a franchise industry leader in electronic recycling and data destruction, offers services to local business and government clients to prevent data threats.
Baltimore Animal Behaviorist Uses Experimental Psychology Every Day"Using my training in order to find the motivation for the pet’s behavior and addressing the issues is always a rewarding adventure!,” says Nancy Williams.
Johns Hopkins Presents New Hiring Initiative In Baltimore’s Distressed CommunitiesThe driving objective behind HopkinsLocal is to increase hiring practices from troubled neighborhoods while also increasing company spending on construction projects to include more local minorities and women.
Baltimore Independent Psychotherapist Hosts New Weekly Podcast“I love helping people connect deeply with themselves so they can develop meaningful and authentic relationships with the important people in their lives," says Laura Reagan.
Understanding People Is Key For Healthcare Outreach Project Manager"It was amazingly helpful in school to gain an understanding of people, their different work styles and personalities, as I’m always meeting and engaging with new and interesting people," says Chelsea Soobitsky.
Accidental Internship Creates Success For Baltimore Insurance Owner“I always want to do what’s best for the client, my staff and ultimately, the growth of our firm; often times, that means trusting and allowing someone besides myself to take the lead and do what they do best," says Eric Silverman.
Former Baltimore Teacher Fills The Role As Library Youth Service Specialist“Having a degree in early childhood education has helped me work with others to help them know what is developmentally appropriate for birth to five years of age," says Phyllis Bontrager.
Baltimore Resource Officer Observes Constant Changes Through The YearsDuring his 20-year career, Officer Brock has observed a number of constant changes within the police force. Some of these changes include improvements in laws, procedures and technology.
Further Education Helps Baltimore Nurse Become Mental Health DirectorAt Sheppard Pratt Williams-Porter serves as a mediator and liaison for the staff. She works closely with different disciplines including attendants, service chiefs, nurses, mental health workers, social workers, rehabilitation staff and secretarial/clerical staff.
Higher Education Advances Career For A Former Baltimore Dispatcher“My education prepared me for this position by teaching me the fundamentals of criminal justice and forensics. It taught me skills that I use daily in the field," says Amy Seman.
Teaching Experience Earns Baltimore Entrepreneur Continued Success“Communication skills are very important, and having an education shows people that you are a hardworking, committed, persevering person. Respect is crucial. I run my business like a team. No one works for me; everyone works with me," says Guy Pritzker.