Katie Allston and Elizabeth Smith are the executive director and weekend supervisor respectively at Marian House, a leading organization offering high quality rehabilitative services and housing to homeless women and their children. Based in Baltimore, Marian House is focused on providing services to help the women, who are often victims of physical and sexual abuse, achieve independence and transition into mainstream society so they can raise their children. Allston and Smith recently chatted with SmartCEO about the advice they would have given themselves as teenagers, how to mentor millennials, their favorite business application and what they’d like Gov. Hogan and Mayor Pugh do to spur business and job growth in Baltimore.
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