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Baltimore’s Anne Neuberger chosen for 2013 list
BY Melissa Gerr
October 30, 2013

Baltimore’s Anne Neuberger was recently selected as one of the Top 10 Orthodox Jews in 2013 by the New York-based organization Jew in the City (JITC). Neuberger serves as director of the National Security Agency’s Commercial Solutions Center and heads the nonprofit organization Sister to Sister. “If there’s one religious girl out there who says CONTINUE »

Do innovators reap rewards from annual list?
BY Julie Wiener
October 30, 2013

The biblical David used a slingshot to kill Goliath, thus earning the attention of King Saul. Today, Jewish organizations are trying to use Slingshot, an annual guide of the 50 “most innovative organizations and projects,” to capture the attention of donors. The ninth installment of the guide was released Thursday. Launched in 2005 by a CONTINUE »

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BY Heather Norris
October 30, 2013

The fashion industry is in for a technological upgrade, and Ohad Greenshpan is leading the charge. Greenshpan is a co-founder of a new app that connects consumers to merchandisers via Serious Games, which was launched by Fashioholic, a gaming company based in New York City and Tel Aviv that deals exclusively with fashion. The Israeli CONTINUE »

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BY Maayan Jaffe
October 30, 2013

The newly named Roslyn & Leonard Stoler Tower at Sinai Hospital, honoring the couple’s recent $3 million gift, has six floors and more than 200,000 square feet of space and includes units for patients with the most critical care needs. The Stoler Tower is home to an intensive care unit and neurocritical care unit, a CONTINUE »

Vicki Almond (center, red jacket) announced that she will run again for County Councilwoman, District 2.
Source: David Stuck
BY Maayan Jaffe
October 29, 2013

At an upscale event at the DoubleTree Pikesville, Baltimore County Councilwoman Vicki Almond told a crowd of hundreds that she will again run to head up District 2. After speeches by multiple public officials, including one by Sen. Ben Cardin, Almond said she is running again because she cares about the community. “I am out CONTINUE »