Alanah Nichole Davis, Author at Technical.ly Baltimore

Alanah Nichole Davis

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Alanah Nichole is a local Content Creator who has worked with nonprofits like Impact Hub Baltimore since 2016 and most recently Motor House. She’s affectionately referred to as “The Voice of North Avenue." Alanah is a performance artist & comedienne who has performed at Center Stage, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Eubie Blake Cultural Center and even the Visitor Center in the Inner Harbor promenade.

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‘So what do you do?’ 6 ways to answer that age-old holiday season question about your job professional development

Nov. 24, 2020 11:27 am

‘So what do you do?’ 6 ways to answer that age-old holiday season question about your job

Alanah Nichole Davis provides a guide to talking about work with your family, drawing from experience — and ‘00s alt-punk songs.
Using human-centered design to embrace online learning professional development

Oct. 21, 2020 12:00 pm

Using human-centered design to embrace online learning

As Alanah Nichole Davis started grad school at MICA and her children started a new year of distancing learning, she applied social design principles to adapt working conditions in the pandemic.
For white people considering anti-racism, when your Black friends and colleagues have had enough access

Jun. 4, 2020 12:35 pm

For white people considering anti-racism, when your Black friends and colleagues have had enough

Alanah Nichole compiles people, accounts and shops to watch, follow, and patronize to give your Black friends and colleagues a much-needed break.
How I started a mutual aid fund with community trust, common concern and humanity access

May 26, 2020 9:57 am

How I started a mutual aid fund with community trust, common concern and humanity

Alanah Nichole stresses the importance of social solidarity and collective care for the arts through the creation of mutual aid funds for creative communities during the pandemic. Here's a look at the equation she used to to organize Alanah’s COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Artists and Freelancers, which raised $5,000.
C is for community: How Baltimore creatives and businesses are (safely) staying connected in quarantine access

May 15, 2020 11:49 am

C is for community: How Baltimore creatives and businesses are (safely) staying connected in quarantine

Alanah Nichole goes acrostic to offer a look at virtual events and biz model shifts that are keeping Baltimore's newer ventures and more established traditions alive.
Kids as colleagues: 5 ways to cope with your cute new ‘coworkers’ and support Baltimore businesses growth

May 4, 2020 10:01 am

Kids as colleagues: 5 ways to cope with your cute new ‘coworkers’ and support Baltimore businesses

Alanah Nichole offers tips on working from home with kids, and a look at how local brands are making it all a little more bearable.

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