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Nominate The Baltimore Sun's 2019 'Women to Watch'

"Women to Watch” showcases the most accomplished, ambitious, powerful, memorable and intriguing women in the Baltimore area right now. The deadline to submit nominations is Friday, May 24 at 5 p.m.

Record number of women to serve in U.S. Congress and Maryland General Assembly

Women hold more of Congress' 535 seats than ever before, though growth in recent years has differed along party lines. Maryland has no women in its delegation.

Women's networking groups change with the times, but relationships never go out of style

Hundreds of women in the Baltimore area have joined all-female networking groups and attended their events with the aim of building relationships in a comfortable setting.

Has #MeToo made men wary of working closely with women?

For some men, avoiding meetings, lunches and other interactions with women is the only solution to avoiding a #MeToo moment.

A year after the movement began, #MeToo is making strides in Maryland laws and workplaces

The #MeToo movement has had an impact in Maryland, with new laws to combat sexual harassment and heightened activism around the issue.

'Homeless to Harvard' author discusses her challenges and triumphs

A Q&A with Liz Murray, the author of "Homeless to Harvard," about her youthful struggles.

The Baltimore Sun's 25 Women to Watch in 2018

Meet the Baltimore area’s leading voices in business, activism, research and more.