MIW Disruptive Podcast Episode 2021-007: Troy LeMaile-Stovall, CEO and Executive Director, TEDCO
Troy LeMaile-Stovall has over two decades of experience in higher education, information/communication technology, investment management, and management consulting. Currently LeMaile-Stovall serves as the CEO of TEDCO, one of the largest hubs for technology companies in Maryland. More importantly, LeMaile-Stovall understands the importance of following your passion, and he has founded two management consulting firms. LeMaile-Stovall sits down with the MIW podcast team and shares how technology start ups can take advantage of every resource available to them. As the CEO of TEDCO, LeMaile-Stovall prides himself in providing economic and educational development to entrepreneurs.
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Jayla Whitfield is an experienced journalist with a focus in communication, sharing stories, and entrepreneurship. For over five years Jayla has shared stories in local and network news. Ja has worked in several facets of the media industry and majored in Journalism at the University of Mississippi. Currently she is working to obtain her masters in journalism online at the University of Alabama. Jayla, is also the founder of Stories that Matter, a small business and brand that focuses on empowering people to share their stories.
Jerome McDonald is an experienced electrical engineer with a focus in optical communication technology, skilled in optical communication systems design, optical modeling, link budget analysis, and characterizing optical systems. Jerome, aka DJ ROME, is also founder and host of The Junction, a podcast available on iHeartRadio and Apple Podcast, and co-owner of the DJ business Event Makers Entertainment (EME), which provides high-quality sound to the DMV area.
Sir Walter Richardson is an experienced Hardware Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in heavy industry and aerospace industry. He’s an active member of the Baltimore Metropolitan Area Chapter (BMAC) of the National Society of Black Engineers and will be helping execute this year’s Minority Innovation Weekend. This weekend summit will bring together minority founders, business owners and future entrepreneurs.