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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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5 questions with Lara Azzam: Betamore’s leader is taking a collaborative approach to growth company culture

Sep. 24, 2019 1:49 pm

5 questions with Lara Azzam: Betamore’s leader is taking a collaborative approach to growth

Leveraging her background as a startup founder and program builder in the education space, new executive director Lara Azzam shares her vision for the future of Port Covington’s campus for entrepreneurship and innovation.
How to run your own team retreat: The prep company culture

Aug. 28, 2019 12:52 pm

How to run your own team retreat: The prep

Even in the fast-paced environment of a startup, it’s important to make time to connect your team on a level outside the next deliverable. In the first of a series, columnist Margaret Roth offers tips on the initial steps to make your offsite more than just a day out-of-office.
How coworking culture connects teams in unexpected ways company culture

Aug. 19, 2019 10:15 am

How coworking culture connects teams in unexpected ways

Getting beyond the basic benefits like affordable office space, cleaning services, and occasional free breakfast, four Spark Baltimore members share how the culture of coworking makes them not just more productive team members, but healthier people.
5 questions with Kara Redman: How a creative agency thrives on its own terms company culture

Aug. 15, 2019 5:00 pm

5 questions with Kara Redman: How a creative agency thrives on its own terms

Fueling her business with mutual respect, love, and a fulfillment-first perspective, Backroom CEO Kara Redman, has grown her creative agency on the guiding principle of “don’t work with assholes.”
5 questions with Brittany Young: How leaving the traditional engineering path led to uniting culture and community access

Aug. 8, 2019 3:09 pm

5 questions with Brittany Young: How leaving the traditional engineering path led to uniting culture and community

As a black woman engineer with agencies like McCormick, Key Tech, and JHU’s Applied Physics Lab on her resume, Brittany Young is changing the Baltimore STEM talent pipeline by building B-360: an educational community driven by dirt bike culture.
People, tools and process: How a fully remote team works company culture

Aug. 5, 2019 4:11 pm

People, tools and process: How a fully remote team works

Marylander Bill Dixon shares the lessons he’s learned leading the customer support team at Zapier, a fully remote, 2012 Y Combinator graduate.

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