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BY Maayan Jaffe
June 6, 2013

“We’re always looking for innovative partners,” said Ed Jaehne, chief strategy officer for KeyW Corporation. It’s for that reason that Jaehne — and about 100 other local entrepreneurs and investors — showed up on May 29 to the Maryland/Israel Development Center’s Cyber Security Forum. The event, which took place in the Health Sciences Building at CONTINUE »

BY Suzanne Pollak
May 31, 2013

As Sarah Schechter watched the twin towers fall in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, she immediately decided to join the military. The fact that she was already married and attending rabbinical school didn’t change her mind one bit. “I realized how important our military is to protect us, to keep us safe, to keep CONTINUE »

Speed skater brings talents to charity biking event
BY David Snyder
May 31, 2013

Departing from Asbury Park, N.J., on July 31, Pikesville resident Sheldon “Shlomo” Caplan will be one of approximately 300 people taking part in Bike4Chai, a two-day bike ride that raises funds for Chai Lifeline, a nationwide organization that provides care services for terminally ill children. Like his cohorts, Caplan will experience the grind of a CONTINUE »

Dr. Kerry Olitzky addresses Jewish leaders at DFI professional leadership summit
BY Simone Ellin
May 31, 2013

Playlist Judaism. That was the title of Dr. Kerry Olitzky’s presentation to approximately 125 Jewish communal professionals and lay leaders gathered for the Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center’s  Professional Leadership Summit at Temple Oheb Shalom on May 21. But there were no iPods, klezmer bands or song leaders on CONTINUE »

Bais Yaakov students take a trip to BizTown
BY Justin Hayet
May 31, 2013

How can a Bank of America office, a CareFirst office, a Toyota Financial Services office and the Baltimore Business Journal fit into a 10,000-square-foot facility? Answer: BizTown. A program of the nonprofit Junior Achievement of Central Maryland’s Owings Mills headquarters, BizTown grants students the opportunity to learn real-life lessons outside the classroom. It is also CONTINUE »