5 Questions with Julie Martin, Economic Development Specialist, Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation

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Julie Martin is a South African born Australian with 20 years commercial facing experience across government, private industry and the not-for-profit sectors. Julie develops investment attraction opportunities for the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation in the state of Maryland, USA and holds a Master’s Degree in International Development from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia.

Strengthening Workforce Preparedness and Diversity through Academia-Industry Partnership

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The BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) has been witnessing a strong upward growth trajectory in recent years. The COVID-19 pandemic has only heightened the need for increased research, diagnostic and domestic manufacturing needs in the region. But while workforce needs are in demand, the right skills are in short supply.

2021 Mid-Atlantic Science and Technology Virtual Showcase

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The ISPE Chesapeake Bay Area Chapter Mid-Atlantic Science & Technology (MAST) Virtual Showcase, hosted on May 19th, 2021, provided a platform for life science companies to discuss strategies for addressing challenges in the life science industry.

In Conversation: Sarah Miller, Vice President of Economic Development, BioHealth Innovation, Inc.

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After spending the past five years fostering economic development in Montgomery County, Sarah Miller is turning her attention to the biopharma industry and the BioHealth Capital Region. Starting May 3, Miller joined BioHealth Innovation, Inc. as Vice President of Economic Development.

BioHealth Innovation Announces Sarah Miller as New VP of Economic Development

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Sarah Miller has served in various positions that have given her the tools necessary to help communities recognize and build upon their unique assets. In her work across Pennsylvania and Maryland, she has created high-quality civic spaces, helped industrial communities reinvent themselves, supported new farmers, built technology business incubators, and managed local public art programs.