The 26-year-old entrepreneur recently left her job as the director of education at Federal Hill incubator Betamore to manage her own edtech startup, Allovue, full-time. Gartner’s startup, a member of the 2013 cohort of AccelerateBaltimore companies, creates budget-tracking software for public school administrators and principals to better allocate funding for programming and supplies.
Gartner, number 14 in the Sun‘s online photo gallery, was also a co-organizer of this year’s first-ever Rails Girls Baltimore event, unofficially the city’s largest gathering of female coders.
Also on the Baltimore Sun list:
- Jennifer Meyer, whom people might know better by her previous name, Jennifer Gunner. (She’s recently married.) Meyer, number 32 in the gallery, is the COO of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore.
- Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is number 44 in the online gallery.
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