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PhD student turns her diagnosis into motivation
Lauren Dahlin knows that big goals are best achieved a step at a time.
It’s something she’s learned as a PhD candidate and triathlete, living with type 1 diabetes.
Dahlin was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2017, when months of incorrect diagnoses landed her in the emergency room. Finally having a definitive diagnosis was a relief, but it came with an understanding that her life would change forever.
It’s challenging to steer an organization through a crisis. And when several crises converge at once the challenge is even greater.
2020 has been a year, marked by unprecedented turmoil. Business leaders have grappled with a deadly pandemic, a sharp economic contraction, a dismantling of business norms, and a social reckoning stirred by the police killing of George Floyd.
David and Robyn Quattrone know about the entrepreneurial hustle and how hard it can be to start from scratch. It’s why they give back to help the next generation of entrepreneurs.
David Quattrone, MBA ’05 and co-founder and chief technology officer of Cvent Inc., a provider of web-based software for meetings and events, learned as an entrepreneur out of college that while the first try isn’t always the best, it does offer important lessons.
In the face of unprecedented challenge, Maryland Smith alumni responded, with unprecedented compassion and fearless leadership.
In April, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan attended a news conference wearing a bold new accessory for these times: a red surgical-style mask bearing the message “Maryland Strong.”