Baltimore Education Coach Facilitates Care For Students Needs“Working in education is challenging but very rewarding work in terms of having a positive impact on the lives of children and youth," says Dr. Michaele Samuel.
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.
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.
Retired Baltimore Urologist Credits Clinical Curriculum“Georgetown University had a strong clinical curriculum that prepared us for what we were going to encounter as physicians," says Dr. Robert Gessler.
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 IT President Relies On Executive Experience In New Start-up“If you are interested in building a career in information technology, it is important to be willing to adapt. The industry is changing quicker than ever before," says Tom Burtzlaff.
Baltimore Radiologists Can Expect Increasingly Steady Job GrowthWith several radiology and medical centers in the Baltimore area, the need for radiologists is set to increase exponentially in the coming years.
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.
A Career In Awards Has Rewards For Baltimore Executive“I believe education is vital and would encourage anyone to get a college degree. I believe having a degree shows a potential employer you have the ability to start a project and finish it," says Amanda Gianotti.
President Of Baltimore School Explains The Ins And Outs Of Franchising“It’s all about the relationship between the franchisor and the franchisee. Providing support, guidance, training, understanding and a proven business model will create the desired result—success for them and success for the franchisor," says Greg Helwig.
Baltimore Health Education Coordinator Makes Transition To Assistant Director“Don't be afraid to push boundaries. This is still a relatively 'young' field that I think will only continue to grow as society begins to understand the importance of health promotion and primary prevention as it relates to healthcare, our economy and our nation's overall success," says Pritma Irizarry.
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.
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.
Business Degree Prepared Baltimore Realtor For A Variety Of Responsibilities“My business background certainly helps in how I deal with clients, other realtors and other business associates that I come in contact with," says Rachel Sturm.