Reporter Eun Yang recently visited Dog Tag Bakery as part of News4’s “Saluting Our Veterans” special report.
Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev and Georgetown Cupcake founders, Katherine Kallinis Berman and Sophie Kallinis LaMontagne, recently visited Dog Tag Bakery to speak to our fellows about personal branding and starting a small business.
It was a mix of Silicon Valley and Washington veterans at the Jefferson Hotel for the Washington Women Technology Network (WWTN) lunch honoring Megan Smith, the White House Chief Technology Officer.
Guests heard from Smith, the president’s top technology adviser, about plans to bring technology solutions to some of the country’s biggest challenges.
“We have started a ‘cyber-sprint’…very quickly to audit everything that’s going on and make a couple really fast upgrades that we need to just fill a bunch of holes. … I think what you’re seeing is a real collaborative set of people coming together and starting to work together,” Smith explained.
Read more, watch the livestream, and download the Washington Insider podcast from the event on whcinsider.com: Washington Women Technology Network honors Megan Smith, White House Chief Technology Officer
Washingtonian Magazine named Dog Tag Bakery the Best New Startup to Support in 2015!
The goal is to harness and feed their (veterans’) entrepreneurial spirit while providing a safe space to readjust to civilian life. And the cinnamon buns ain’t bad, either.
Read the article on washingtonian.com: This Georgetown Bakery Helps Disabled Veterans Get Back to Work