Baltimore CEO Continues His Company's Mission“For anyone that's looking to get into the field, dedicate yourself to become the expert, and people will ultimately pay you for what you know," says Dave Mattson.
Former Freelance Writer In Baltimore Brings Value To Digital Marketing“While English seems very far from digital marketing, the skills I learned while acquiring my degree have helped immeasurably." says Geoffrey Hoesch.
CEO Of Baltimore Technology Business Regularly Serves Multiple Roles“The best part of my job is not knowing what is going to happen or what might be needed from me on any given day. Over the years, I’ve learned to change course quickly in order to adapt to unexpected situations. Good or bad, it’s always exciting," says Ron Baddock.
CEO Of Cyber Security Company Helps Reclaim Internet Protection“There’s something deeply satisfying about creating a plan from scratch and seeing it through to fruition.... more than anything, I enjoy working with others to creatively problem solve everyday," says Chandler Givens.
Kids In Baltimore Learn Through Game-Based Technology“The edtech industry is constantly changing, so it’s important to accept that the learning is ongoing," says Suzi Wilczynski.
Teamwork Is Key To Successful Software Development In Baltimore"None of the great software products of our time were written by one person. Successful software is built in teams, big and small, and by cross-disciplinary teams as well. Similarly, no great lasting businesses are built by one person,” says Yair Flicker.
Baltimore CEO Leads Family Business After Years Of Practicing Law“My law background has certainly instilled a way of thinking that complemented the knowledge and industry experience of my other family members," says Paul Saval.
Baltimore Area CEO Wants To Raise Awareness About Data SecurityIn recent reports, the Office of Personnel Management, which essentially manages the civil service for the federal government, revealed that its computers had been hacked, and the records of over 21 million people who had either applied for government security clearances or were related to them had been compromised.
Former Quantell Exec. Pleads Guilty In U.S. Fraud Scheme CaseThe former chief operating officer of a Maryland-based federal contractor faces up to 23 years in prison for tax fraud and conspiring to steal from workers' health and welfare plans.
Baltimore City Schools To Lay Off 100 Central Office StaffCity schools in crisis. Amid a massive $108 million budget gap, the school CEO announces 100 layoffs by the end of June. It's all in an effort to tighten the school system's purse strings.
American Alliance Of Museums Chooses 1st Woman As PresidentThe American Alliance of Museums has selected Laura Lott as the association's next president and CEO, the first woman to lead the organization in its 109-year history.
Tech Entrepreneur Shakes Up The Product Warranty Business In BaltimoreThe Wall Street Journal reported over three years ago that the extended warranties business was estimated to be $30 billion a year.