Julie Zeglen, Author at Technical.ly DC

Julie Zeglen

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Julie Zeglen is the managing editor of Technical.ly and oversees its four markets: Philadelphia, Baltimore, D.C. and Delaware. She first joined the Technically Media team as editor of sister site Generocity, which covers social impact in Philadelphia, and previously worked as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia's River Wards. The Temple alumna calls West Philly home.

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McLean, Virginia’s Capital One, Hilton make Fortune’s 2021 list of best workplaces company culture

Apr. 12, 2021 6:02 pm

McLean, Virginia’s Capital One, Hilton make Fortune’s 2021 list of best workplaces

This year's list focused on the way companies treated their employees throughout the pandemic.
This DC Council bill demands a long-term fix for internet access woes civic

Apr. 6, 2021 5:15 pm

This DC Council bill demands a long-term fix for internet access woes

The proposed Internet Equity Amendment Act, introduced by Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen, would create a digital equity division within the District's Office of the Chief Technology Officer. It aims to ensure fast and affordable internet for all residents.
Reston’s ThreatQuotient raised $22.5M amid increased enterprise attention to cybersecurity growth

Apr. 6, 2021 11:11 am

Reston’s ThreatQuotient raised $22.5M amid increased enterprise attention to cybersecurity

The cybersecurity firm took note of national VC trends as it sought funding to quicken product development and grow its engineering team. It plans to grow by 25 to 30% in the next year.
Coming soon: Meet Cavalry, an app for accountability during police encounters software development

Mar. 30, 2021 1:23 pm

Coming soon: Meet Cavalry, an app for accountability during police encounters

The startup, run by an all-Black team of technologists and entrepreneurs, is set to launch the app this spring. Maryland-based CEO Arie Mangrum discusses the company's goals, team and origins.
Power Moves: DC Fiscal Policy Institute and WireWheel have new execs growth

Mar. 26, 2021 6:13 pm

Power Moves: DC Fiscal Policy Institute and WireWheel have new execs

Plus, ExecOnline CFO Michael Pickrum also takes on COO responsibilities, and more leadership changes in the DMV region.
ID.me raised a $100M Series C, reaching unicorn status. Here what that means for the DC region growth

Mar. 22, 2021 11:00 am

ID.me raised a $100M Series C, reaching unicorn status. Here what that means for the DC region

Founder and CEO Blake Hall said the raise puts the McLean, Virginia-based online identity verifier's valuation at $1.5 billion: "We're just getting started."
Shorties Roundup: Inc. 5000 Regionals listed these fast-growing DMV tech companies growth

Mar. 19, 2021 11:20 am

Shorties Roundup: Inc. 5000 Regionals listed these fast-growing DMV tech companies

Plus, big funding news, company updates and social impact moves from around the D.C. region that you might have missed this week.
As new SEC crowdfunding regulations go live, DC’s Goodworld is raising $500K growth

Mar. 16, 2021 4:38 pm

As new SEC crowdfunding regulations go live, DC’s Goodworld is raising $500K

The fintech company is looking to raise $500,000 on a convertible note via the WeFunder platform. Here's why it chose to go with equity crowdfunding.
It’s been one full year of COVID-19. Here’s how Technical.ly DC covered it civic

Mar. 12, 2021 5:32 pm

It’s been one full year of COVID-19. Here’s how Technical.ly DC covered it

Going virtual, keeping businesses afloat and giving back. These many headlines form the story of a local community in a global pandemic.
Elizabeth Lindsey is leaving Byte Back to become CEO of Urban Alliance access

Mar. 9, 2021 2:22 pm

Elizabeth Lindsey is leaving Byte Back to become CEO of Urban Alliance

But she's not leaving D.C. Here's why Lindsey is making the switch to the national nonprofit, and her hope for the future of local tech training.

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