Pictured (LtoR) Stacey Smith, Cybersecurity Association of Maryland executive director/event organizer; Veronica Cool, Cool & Associates CEO/Hispanic Strategist; Susan Katz, Susan Katz Advantage CEO; and Shannon Landwehr, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore CEO/president
Pictured (LtoR) Tami Howie, Chesapeake Regional Tech Council executive director/guest bartender; John Dinkel, Baltimore Business Journal publisher/guest bartender; Ebonee Hall, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore bartender; and Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, The Daily Record publisher/guest bartender
Pictured (LtoR) Michele Walsh, Gordon Feinblatt attorney; and Barbara Gassaway, Observation Baltimore president
Pictured (LtoR) Karen Nelson, Planned Parenthood of Maryland CEO; Tracy Sutton, Insurance Inc. owner/agent; and Ayda Said, Katzen Eye Group provider relations director
Pictured (LtoR) Holden Wilen, Baltimore Business Journal reporter; Josh Gordon, Baltimore Business Journal reporter; Eileen Gordon, Under Armour allocation analyst; and Ryan Sharrow, Baltimore Business Journal managing editor
Pictured (LtoR) Dave Bittner, The CyberWire Podcast producer/host; Peter Klipe, The CyberWire executive editor; and John Petrik, The CyberWire editor
Pictured (LtoR) Jennifer White, Baltimore Business Journal advertising director; Christopher Barber, cheaper than a geek chief nerd; Jody Thomas, Baltimore Business Bureau vice president of communications; and Bill Shinn, Baltimore-based corporate communications consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Steve Pennington, Maryland Department of Commerce managing director of business and industry sector development; and Juan Barbaran, Paychex multicultural ambassador
Guests of the guest bartenders made sure they kept those guest bartenders hopping.
A busy Monday night at the Johnny Sanchez bar.
Shaken & Stirred (August 22, 2016) How to spend a hot August evening in Baltimore? If you’re Stacey Smith, you gather together a few friends to pitch in for a good cause. Smith got some friends to guest bartend at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore’s Johnny Sanchez, and few others to keep those guest bartenders busy. All the tips went to Camp St. Vincent, a camp for homeless children in Baltimore City and County, a program of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore.