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Mohammed Sillah ’03 - Happy Monday, A Vice Cream Parlor: An ice cream cart for adults!

Mohammed Sillah ’03 is the owner of Happy Monday Vice Cream. He is a class of 2003 Communications graduate of the University of Maryland College Park and was inspired to start...
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Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Terp Businesses

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, celebrating the historical and cultural contributions of AAPI individuals to the United States.
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Painting a New Landscape: Alum’s Organization Brings Together Women Artists of Color

Sasha-Loriene McClain ’12 likes to joke that she was the world’s briefest studio art major. 
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10 for TEN: Genna (Goldberg) Rosenberg ’95

CEO and Chief Ideator of GennComm ImaGENNation, Genna Rosenberg ’95 talks about what it's like to provide a Think Tank on marketing and brand strategy focused on consumer...
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10 for TEN: Lori Steenhoek ’05

Award-winning 3-D artist Lori Steenhoek ’05 is the founder of Capital Pixel, specializing in real estate and architectural visualization design. 
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10 for TEN: Angie Dobransky ’87

Angie Dobransky ’87, founder of RAD Strategic Partners, Inc and co-author of “Life Lessons in Success,” coaches people on how to maximize their success.
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10 for TEN: Alejandra Hernandez ’14

Alejandra Hernandez ’14 grew up in a matriarchy of two immigrant parents.
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Friday Five: The #TerpBusiness Directory Is Almost Here!

Welcome to the Friday Five, a roundup of the best your Alumni Association and other UMD communities have to offer. From the latest events to fun facts, here are essentials in...
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Celebrating Black Terp Businesses

February is Black History Month. While it’s crucial to show support for diverse businesses year round, consider focusing this month on showing Black businesses love.
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10 for TEN: Serena Rosa ’11

After having her baby, Serena Rosa ’11 started to look at healthcare with a different perspective.
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10 for TEN: Michelle Riley ’12

It’s time to make yourself a priority. Michelle Riley ’12, founder of Fierce and Fit, customizes online training and nutrition plans to empower women at all stages of life to...
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10 for TEN: Amy Yip ’04

Amy Yip ’04, who graduated from the University of Maryland with dual degrees in computer science and communications, leads the way for ambitious women to succeed. 
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