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Erin Allison: Honey with a Cause

The Well's founder, Mandy Memmel (left) with an employee (referred to as worker bees) of Hon's Honey. | Photo: Jill Fannon.

  Erin Allison’s business is honey, but not just any honey. It’s honey with a cause. Hon’s Honey employs women who are survivors of addiction, sex trafficking, generational poverty and trauma; 100% of the proceeds go toward their employment. The brand is an extension of the life development program offered …

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Sandy Pagnotti Mayhew

  With more than two decades of service to the event management industry, Sandy Pagnotti Mayhew took a leap of faith when she joined the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maryland (RMHC) as its CEO in 2013. Over the last eight years, she has dedicated her time and her organization’s …

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Fall Fun at the Beach

  When we heard about an unruly plane passenger being duct taped to his seat shortly after a Southwest Flight attendant lost two teeth, we opted to make our annual fall getaway a calming drive-to destination. These days, the friendly skies just don’t feel very friendly anymore. We replaced packed …

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Cozy Up to Fall Cocktails

The end of summer doesn’t mean you have to put away your cocktail shakers. Discover some fall cocktail creations and learn about the women leaders fostering innovation for three spirits brands. Master Blender Lorena Vásquez brings together virgin sugar cane, a fermentation process using a strain of yeast derived from …

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Women of Strength: Shelonda Stokes

For Shelonda Stokes, President of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, a passion to serve the Baltimore area comes naturally. As a city native, Stokes graduated high school from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. This experience offered insight into not only her future career and problem-solving abilities, but also “the diversity … when …

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Celebrate the Arts This Fall in Baltimore

Baltimore has made a name for itself with its diverse arts and entertainment scene. When COVID-19 forced in-person experiences to go virtual throughout much of 2020, some wondered whether the arts would enjoy a rebound. As venues reopen this year with public health and safety measures in place, fall brings …

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Women of Strength: Amy Pollokoff

Despite a career, a marriage and two daughters, Amy Pollokoff, a lay leader at The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore and currently the chair of the Associated Women’s Campaign, still has found time over the years to dedicate herself to improving her local community. Pollokoff grew up in Pikesville as …

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