The Bad Batch Panel – Startup Soiree

The Bad Batch Panel – Startup Soiree

November 14, 2017 – The Startup Nest

Pictured (LtoR) Nicolas China, Pixilated CEO/co-founder; Tricia China, Commolier HealthCare operations manager; and Patrick Rife, Pixilated chief visionary officer/co-founder

Pictured (LtoR) Code in the Schools colleagues: David Gatewood, coding instructor; Kendred Williams, programmer; Davon Harris, programmer; and Kenny Williams, teacher assistant

Pictured (LtoR) Gretchen LeGrand, Code in the Schools executive director; Chelsea Keene, SmartLogic operations manager; and Charlotte James, Code in the Schools communications director

Pictured (LtoR) Garrett Case, Boordy off-site events manager; and Shawn Fitzpatrick, AGM Commercial Real Estate Advisors associate

Pictured (LtoR) Matt Williams, Pixilated relationship manager; Jess Gignac, Intrinsic Events owner

Pictured (LtoR) Alicia White, Baltimore-based plus size model; and Kenny “Flo’Jo” Pearson, Charming Aura clothing owner/soul-hop artist

Pictured (LtoR) Matthew Glace, PhantasyTour.com director of technology; Cynthia Glace, Connections Education SharePoint administrator; and Ellen Lovelidge, TTenTT chief communications officer

Pictured (LtoR) Joe Conjerti, Tedco portfolio analyst; Valerie Walters, emocha product manager; and Brian Kurtzman, Pixilated advisor

Dozens of folks turned out for the Startup Soiree event at The Startup Nest. After some networking, guests had a chance to hear about Bad Batch, an app developed by students in Baltimore’s Code in the Schools program.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.

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