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Garrett Weinstein '14 has developed CareFull, the only peer-to-peer app connecting diners to COVID-safe establishments.
Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end and current Portfolio Manager at Brown Advisory Victor Abiamiri '03 sat down with Dr. T - Arman Taghizadeh '95 - on his popular podcast, The Mindset Experience.
Dan Diamond '98, health reporter at POLITICO, and Dr. Paul Offit '69, Director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and a member of the F.D.A.’s vaccine advisory committee, talked with Jenn White of the popular NPA podcast 1A.
Wayne Paige '09 has been recognized as a 2020 Baltimore Community Fellow by the Open Society Institute-Baltimore.
Frank Wooten '99, CEO of Vence Corp, a San Francisco-based company using artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve sustainable grazing practices for farmers with virtual fences and data-based insights, has been invited to the prestigious Elemental Excelerator.
New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Copeland '09 joined CNBC’s Scott Wapner to discuss money management during a pandemic, including finding new long-term investments, paying down debt.
Stanford Cardinal defensive end Thomas Booker '18, an Honorable Mention All-Pac 12 selection in 2019, has been named a team captain for the 2020 season.
Four Twelve Roofing, a Baltimore-based construction company specializing in roofing and restoration founded by Sam Frank '08 in 2013, has been ranked first by the Baltimore Business Journal in their Fast 50 Awards.
Since January, Dr. Bill Boonn '93 and his team at Equium Intelligence Inc. have been hard at work developing, testing, and deploying their flagship product, schedulEQ, a next-generation physician and staff scheduling system designed to reduce the burden of manual scheduling thereby enhancing the scheduling workflow with intelligence and fairness, integrating efficiency for administrators with greater autonomy and work-life balance for physicians.
Malcolm Ruff '02, an attorney at the Baltimore-based firm Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, helped secure a landmark settlement in the case against a Maryland police officer accused of shooting an unarmed black ma
Sebastian Seiguer '90, CEO of emocha Mobile Health, a company that ensures medication adherence, spoke with Managed Healthcare Executive's Briana Contreras on the podcast, Tuning Into the C-Suite.
Davis Noell '97 has been promoted to Senior Managing Director and Co-Head of North America by Providence Equity Partners as part of its leadership transition plan under which its founder and current Chief Executive Officer will become Executive Chairman.
Rafael Haciski '94, a recovering attorney and risk management and insurance advisor at Johnson, Kendall & Johnson, talks with David Park on the popular podcast, Making Healthcare.
Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jeff Seibert '04 was featured prominently in the popular Netflix film, The Social Dilemma, a documentary-drama hybrid that explores the dangerous human impact of social networking and features tech experts sounding the alarm about their own creations.
Los Angeles Rams Linebacker Micah Kiser '13 has been named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for Week Two of the NFL season. Kiser racked up 16 tackles, broke up a pass, and forced a fumble in the Rams' 37-19 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Former Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Company CEO H. Furlong "Baldy" Baldwin '50 has been recognized by the Baltimore Sun for his civic and philanthropic efforts with their inclusion in the 2020 Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Walter "Wally" Pinkard, Jr. '69 and his wife Mary-Ann have been recognized by the Baltimore Sun for their numerous civic and philanthropic efforts with their inclusion in the 2020 Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Sina Ekundayo '99 has been promoted to the senior-level officer grade of Commander (O-5) in the U.S. Navy.
David Shapiro '93, CEO of Mentor: The National Mentoring Partnership, talks with Ellen Mahoney on the popular podcast, Sea Change.
Justin Redd '01, an associate at Kramon & Graham, has been named in the inaugural edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch.