Margaret Roth Falzon, Author at Technical.ly Baltimore

Margaret Roth Falzon

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Margaret Roth Falzon is a recovering startup founder, having worked everything from product management to business development to team building. Now as the director of portfolio operations at Squadra Ventures, she's looking to share the stories and experiences that make companies, and Baltimore, great.

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Get it done or leave it behind: How to write a year-end anti-resolutions list professional development

Dec. 14, 2020 2:50 pm

Get it done or leave it behind: How to write a year-end anti-resolutions list

In the final few weeks of the year, consider the things you don't want to take unfinished into the next. Squadra's Margaret Roth Falzon writes about what might appear on her list, and how a word can help define a new year.
5 things I wish someone told me about investors when I was a founder growth

Apr. 28, 2020 12:17 pm

5 things I wish someone told me about investors when I was a founder

Technical.ly columnist Margaret Roth, added a new role to her story this year: director of portfolio operations at early-stage fund Squadra Ventures. Here's what she’s learned in her first 90 days in venture capital.
How to become a futurist: Deutsch Foundation VP Jess Solomon shared her investment approach at Creative Mornings growth

Mar. 27, 2020 10:11 am

How to become a futurist: Deutsch Foundation VP Jess Solomon shared her investment approach at Creative Mornings

Take a look at key advice to investors of all kinds from February's edition of Creative Mornings Baltimore.
5 questions with Myra Norton: How transparent leadership empowers teams to grow and scale growth

Nov. 18, 2019 1:17 pm

5 questions with Myra Norton: How transparent leadership empowers teams to grow and scale

What does it take to scale an early stage company? According to Arena’s COO — leading with intellectual humility, asking questions, and putting people first.
6 networking tips from the pros growth

Nov. 12, 2019 12:57 pm

6 networking tips from the pros

It’s events season in the Baltimore tech community. From new meetups to holiday happy hours, the changing of the seasons means it’s time to head indoors and get to talking. Get ready by brushing up your networking skills with these tips from pro networkers.
5 Questions with Anna Goodridge: How fresh perspectives and prototyping make innovation happen at Stanley Black & Decker software development

Nov. 7, 2019 3:22 pm

5 Questions with Anna Goodridge: How fresh perspectives and prototyping make innovation happen at Stanley Black & Decker

A recent graduate of the Johns Hopkins University’s mechanical engineering program, Goodridge shares how she’s bringing a combination of hands-on prototyping experience and collaborative mindset to help engineers make and innovate at Stanley Black and Decker.
5 questions with Carrie Serio: How T. Rowe Price innovates with a customer-first approach growth

Oct. 30, 2019 3:00 pm

5 questions with Carrie Serio: How T. Rowe Price innovates with a customer-first approach

Serio leads a team of eight as the head of participant experience, working to create innovative solutions and experiences for the end users of products provided through T. Rowe’s retirement plan services.
3 ways Baltimore Womxn in Tech are driving their careers forward growth

Oct. 25, 2019 9:51 am

3 ways Baltimore Womxn in Tech are driving their careers forward

Four Mid-Atlantic tech leaders shared stories from paving their way along the corporate ladder at a recent Baltimore Womxn in Tech event held at Under Armour’s Locust Point HQ. Plus, the coorganizers talk about an inclusive shift in the group's name.
Data, capital and social enterprise: 4 takeaways on access from #BIW19 access

Oct. 22, 2019 3:54 pm

Data, capital and social enterprise: 4 takeaways on access from #BIW19

On the last day of Baltimore Innovation Week, Innovation Works hosted a full day of discussion at the intersection of entrepreneurship and community impact.
Iterate, fast, feedback: 3 things to know about lean product design baltimore innovation week

Oct. 11, 2019 10:36 am

Iterate, fast, feedback: 3 things to know about lean product design

During Baltimore Innovation Week, Bytelion head of user experience Marc Hausle shared the critical lean design tactics startups need to incorporate into their processes for building apps and software: Iterate, do it fast and talk to real users.

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