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Women Who Move Maryland

Get to know seasoned business owners, entrepreneurs, and leading women in the greater Baltimore community
Baltimore magazine -
Special Section

Women Who Move Maryland

Get to know seasoned business owners, entrepreneurs, and leading women in the greater Baltimore community
Baltimore magazine -

An accomplished clothing designer, a well-known architect, a successful money manager, a leading plastic surgeon.

Those are just a few of the 53 outstanding local women we’re proud to feature in this year’s Women Who Move Maryland section, which salutes select business owners, professionals, and company officers who represent the leading role women have taken in greater Baltimore.

And their participation in the section has extra significance: Some of our proceeds will go to the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign. In the pages that follow, the supplement offers business owners and executives a fresh venue to introduce themselves to both our readers and to other entrepreneurs—and it’s for a great cause.


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