Let’s Get To Work Baltimore
R. Andrew Bauer, an economist for the Federal Reserve Bank, predicted that technology, health and transportation will lead this region’s growth in 2015.
David Kaplan, advises future social workers to, “Take inventory of your skills, take opportunities to develop them, and use your passion to guide you to where you will be happiest and most successful.”
Alex Kopicki is the CEO and co-founder of Kinglet – a digital marketplace for office space.
Detective Dave Donnelly, handles the growing crime segment for financial/cyber crimes in Baltimore County, Maryland.
Recent initiatives in education include the concept of blended learning which combines classroom with online instruction – offering students a more effective learning experience.
Digital marketing, encompasses a broad array of services, all of which are tailored to the fast pace of the ever changing technology of the Internet.
A survey of approximately 200 of Greater Baltimore’s top employers reveals that 40 of them are either hospitals or medical and health related services.
A project, known as The Baltimore Food Hub, “will transform a 3.5-acre site located at 1801 E. Oliver Street in East Baltimore into a synergistic group of food-related businesses, services, and programs.”
120 years after the founding of Strayer’s Business College of Baltimore, this school is now a university with 96 campuses in 13 states.
Clinical Psychologist at Towson University, focuses on a number of specific disorders one of which is hoarding which can be one manifestation of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Tracey Parker Warren, was inspired to become an advocate in the legal field after witnessing the inequities suffered by developmentally disabled adults and children.
Andy Looney of Looney Labs has his own unique curriculum for what he now calls a unique small game company.