Let’s Get To Work Baltimore
Roland Park Place is the only full-service, accredited not-for-profit continuing care retirement community also known as a CCRC or life-care community, in Baltimore City.
According to the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, Maryland has over 19,000 job openings in cyber security, more than anywhere else in the country.
VP of Administration and Finance, Gib Mason, discusses his educational background and career success.
The Institute of Medicine issued a startling report in September 2012 citing the fact that, in 2009, as much as $750 billion or one third out of what was a $2.6 trillion health care budget was wasted due to a multitude of system inefficiencies.
Jennifer Searfoss started her own health care consulting firm, after realizing that the policy side of health care and a law degree were the keys to her career success.
Collis Crosby, is a U.S. Air Force veteran and ordained minister who has taken a long and winding road to entrepreneurship.
Scott Dehorty, MSW, LCSW-C has worked in the field of addiction for most of his career; and is now lead pain recovery clinician and group counselor for the Pain Recovery Program at Father Martin’s Ashley.
2014 holiday sales numbers show significant increases – made possible by lower unemployment rates reported in early December, coupled with increased consumer confidence and the decline in gas prices.
Meghan D’Angelo, CLNC and Nurse Manager, has used her degrees and advanced certification to open her own consulting business in Baltimore.
The Maryland Patient Safety Center, first established in 2003, is devoted to its stated mission of making ‘health care in Maryland the safest in the nation.”
First started in 1953, MCEE seeks to provide financial education by providing resources for Maryland teachers’ professional development.
The Digital Harbor Foundation, which was founded by Andrew Coy in 2013, fosters innovation, technological advancement, and entrepreneurship by helping city youth.