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Startup Soirée Podcast 035 | Pamela Woodward | First Step Chiropractic

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast, Patrick talks to Pamela Woodward of First Step Chiropractic about health and building your own practice. 

Dr. Pamela Woodward is a graduate of Life University’s College of Chiropractic in Marietta, GA. She was valedictorian of her graduating class there, earning Summa Cum Laude Honors and induction into the Pi Tau Delta Chiropractic Honor Society. She was awarded the Learning Theory and Critical Thought Core Proficiency Award by her peers. While at school, she was a tutor in biochemistry and anatomy. Dr. Woodward is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, which specializes in chiropractic care for pregnant women and children. She is certified in Webster Technique and is working towards her Diplomate in Pediatrics through the ICPA. Dr Woodward is also proficient in Activator, Diversified, and Sacro-Occipital techniques.

Dr. Pam completed her undergraduate studies in Chemistry and Biochemistry at La Salle University in Philadelphia. Despite being a Philadelphia sports fan through and through, she has come to love Baltimore and her patients just as much. Dr. Pam lives in the city with her husband, Mr. Patrick, who you will often see stopping by the office to help keep things running smoothly. [Read more on Dr. Pam's blog HERE]



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Startup Soirée Podcast 033 | Sarah Templin | Radica Textiles

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast, Patrick talks to Sarah Templin of Radica Textiles

"Radica Textiles specializes in hand printed and painted textiles using the finest upholstery-weight cottons and linens for interiors." 

"Founder and Director, Sarah Templin, has over 15 years of experience in textile design, apparel design, material sourcing, textile-focused product development and design, and textile-related exhibitions and site-specific installations." 

Additionally, "Radica collaborates with architects, design agencies, furniture and exhibition designers on projects ranging from fashion to installations and interiors. " READ MORE


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Startup Soirée Podcast 031 | Sydney Van Horn & Pat O'Neil | November Project Baltimore

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Nick Rodricks, Sydney Van Horn, and Pat O'Neil

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast, Patrick Rife talks with Sydney Van Horn and Pat O'Neil, the co-leaders of the November Project Baltimore.

The November Project is a free, open-to-the-public exercise group founded in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011. As of August 27, 2015, November Project was active in 23 cities across North America. 

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Startup Soirée Podcast 030 | Kevin Lynch | SouthBmore.com & Incept MultiMedia

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast, Patrick talks with Kevin Lynch of SouthBmore.com and Incept MultiMedia

Kevin is a 13-year veteran of the media industry with a resume that includes running websites, hosting radio shows, producing his own TV show, and other countless projects in the television and video fields. He owns his production company, Incept Multimedia, in addition to freelancing with numerous national and local media companies.

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Startup Soirée Podcast 028 | Deborah Tillett | Emerging Technologies Center in Baltimore

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast we speak with Deborah Tillett of Emerging Technologies Center (ETC) in Baltimore.

Deborah Tillett has served as the Executive Director of Emerging Technologies Center (ETC) in Baltimore since April 2012. The ETC is the City of Baltimore’s award winning, technology innovation center focusing on Entrepreneurship, Technology and Connections. 

This month, Deborah joins Startup Soirée as the September Soirée moderator. 

Startup Soirée Podcast 020 | Jamie Campbell | Shine Creative.tv

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast we speak with Jamie Campbell of Shine Creative,tv. Shine Creative.tv is a family of creators, filmmakers, designers, writers, photographers and adventurers, on a mission to provide clients and their audiences stories with heart, passion + authenticity. Their collective experience in fine art, fashion, design, social media + music informs their work and their lives daily. 

After a decade and a half of working for others in design, marketing, writing and concept, Jamie decided to take a leap of faith (and her set of skills/background in advertising, film and client relations) and build a video business with her husband Drury Bynum and Melissa Kirby.

Her passion for graphic and interior design, fashion and film remains at her roots and informs not only the art direction and concepts for video, but also for the Shine brand. She has developed and produced countless video projects, large and small. Her magic is creating a cozy set and happy crew

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Startup Soirée Podcast 019 | Jess Gartner | Allovue

In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast we speak with Jess Gartner, the CEO & Founder of Allovue, an education resource planning platform for K-12 schools and districts, which helps education administrators connect spending to student outcomes. She was recognized as on of the 2015 Forbes’ 30 Under 30.

Previously, Jess has taught in schools around the world, including Thailand, South Africa, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. As a Teach for America corps member, she taught middle school humanities in Baltimore City, where she led her students to achieve the highest reading scores in the school and received her M.A. in teaching from Johns Hopkins University.

She was featured as one of The Baltimore Sun’s 2013 “Women to Watch” as a leader in education and Baltimore Magazine’s 40 Under 40. Last July, she was a featured panelist alongside prominent education leaders at the Education Technology Innovation Summit in New York City. Her writing and/or photography has been published in What Weekly,Changing MediaSkillcrush, and Women 2.0.

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