In its October issue, Baltimore magazine profiled 40 Baltimoreans under 40 in a variety of fields: politics, business, science, the arts, nonprofits and technology.
Below we’ve collected all the nods to members of Baltimore’s tech scene.
- Mike Brenner, cofounder of Betamore. (Read about the Betamore Academy, classes in programming for potential startup founders.)
- Jason Corace, a game designer and member of the Interactive Arts department at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
- James Foster, cofounder of cybersecurity startup Riskive. (Read about Riskive’s flagship product, a tool for protecting social media accounts from hackers.)
- Jess Gartner, founder of edtech startup Allovue, a 2013 graduate of AccelerateBaltimore now headed to the Socratic Labs edtech accelerator in New York City.
- Sean Lane, cofounder of Betamore and BTS Software Solutions who recently moved to Ohio to work on his next company, health IT startup CrossChx.
- Jennifer Meyer, the COO of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore as well as a co-organizer of Ignite Baltimore. (Read about September’s Ignite Baltimore.)
- Christopher Sachse, founder of IT outsourcing company Horsetail Technologies.
- Mike Subelsky, co-organizer of Ignite Baltimore and a cofounder of advertising technology startup Staq, which is now paying beginning developers to learn Ruby programming as temporary employees of the startup.
- Jessica Watson, graphic designer and owner of JWatson Creative design studio, as well as the head of B’More Creatives, a networking group for Baltimore women in creative fields.
- Rochelle Williams, a member of the National Society of Black Engineers’ Public Policy Interest Group who advocates for women to become involved in STEM careers.
Purchase the Oct. 2013 issue of Baltimore magazine to read the entire 40 Under 40 list.
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