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Margaret Roth

Having worked everything from product management to business development to team building, Margaret is a recovering startup founder. She's looking to share the stories and experiences that make companies, and Baltimore, great.

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5 questions with Chris Jeschke: Inside the technical decision points that are taking Protenus to scale dev

Jul. 17, 2019 5:16 pm

5 questions with Chris Jeschke: Inside the technical decision points that are taking Protenus to scale

Driven by a network of engineering mentors, Jeschke shares lessons from making hard architectural decisions and building a pipeline of engineering talent at Protenus.
5 questions with Josh Budman: Applying neural networks in medical imaging at Tissue Analytics dev

Jul. 10, 2019 6:27 pm

5 questions with Josh Budman: Applying neural networks in medical imaging at Tissue Analytics

On a mission to impact patient care, Budman shares how a recently developed affinity for risk helps him lead tech development as CTO at Tissue Analytics.
5 tips for female founders from DMV investors and tech leaders access

Jul. 3, 2019 5:15 pm

5 tips for female founders from DMV investors and tech leaders

As part of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Conference in Baltimore, regional investors and community leaders shared their advice for female founders of early-stage ventures.
How do you turn a network of connections into meaningful relationships? business

Jun. 27, 2019 6:22 pm

How do you turn a network of connections into meaningful relationships?

Columnist Margaret Roth offers four intentional steps you can take to move beyond business cards and LinkedIn requests to build your own community.
5 questions with Ashley Jean: How a coding workshop can change a career dev

Jun. 26, 2019 6:47 pm

5 questions with Ashley Jean: How a coding workshop can change a career

Inspired by community and creativity, the software engineer discusses how she became a self-taught programmer, leaving accounting for mdlogix. "I learned because the community stood by me," she said.
5 questions with Jolene Gurevich, a Venture for America alumna working with University of Maryland startups business

Jun. 19, 2019 6:23 pm

5 questions with Jolene Gurevich, a Venture for America alumna working with University of Maryland startups

The manager at UMD's Mtech Ventures and the Chesapeake Bay Seed Capital Fund discusses her journey from competitive Latin ballroom dancer to Maryland’s entrepreneurship community.
How do you create a job that doesn’t exist? business

Jun. 14, 2019 5:43 pm

How do you create a job that doesn’t exist?

At a startup, opportunities for career growth are often shaped along with the company. Columnist Margaret Roth offers advice on how what you do in a current position can shape a future move.

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