Let’s Get To Work Baltimore
Third grade teacher Laura Jones has overcome the challenges of uniting a diverse classroom, largely in thanks to her education.
Baltimore’s universities and educated workforce play a critical role in advancing the technology industry.
For Roxanne Charles, technology transfer is an exciting field where skilled Baltimore communicators from a variety of educational backgrounds can flourish.
Criminal Investigator Deputy for the U.S. Marshals, Avon Jackson accredits his rewarding leadership career to an early determination to triumph in education.
As the exemplary leader of World Relief, CEO Stephan Bauman works to empower the global community by collaborating with houses of worship to offer life-saving aid to those in need.
Dr. Wayne Andersen uses his medical acumen to advocate plans for fit lifestyles that many locals may appreciate.
Almost seven years ago, Baltimoreans Mary and Andrew Ross established Sensory Swim International to teach valuable swimming skills to autistic individuals.
President of Medstar Union Memorial Hospital and Vice-President of Medstar Health, embraces such spirit of leadership by continuing to ensure that giving back remains at the top of his ‘to do’ list.
Psychologist Dr. Kathy Seifert is an outstanding leader who works daily to make a positive impact on the lives of Baltimoreans that will last the test of time.
Baltimore Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40,” CEO and Founder Shalita O’Neale of The Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center is a force to be reckoned with.
Jeff Galvin and AGT work to develop new technologies to find cures for many life-threatening diseases, including HIV and AIDS.
Creative entrepreneur Alan Klug, explains how his educational background contributes to his current success and offers valuable advice to new business owners.