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4/5/13 Breakfast with Matt Wallaert, Behavioral Psychologist at Microsoft

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Hi All -

When we originally posted the Friday, April 5th "Breakfast with Matt Wallaert, Behavioral Psychologist at Microsoft" we mistakenly made the event time end at 1:00 pm.

Being that this is a breakfast, the actual event run-time will be from 10:00 am - 11:30 am.

We hope that you'll be able join us for this informal discussion, where Matt will introduce his framework, provide meaningful examples for the Baltimore tech community, and engage in a Q&A that will address all your questions.

Matt Wallaert is a behavioral psychologist and entrepreneur focused on building products and programs that create behavior change to help people lead better, happier lives.  He is currently at Bing, where he works to broaden how search removes obstacles and enables people to take action on their ideas, questions, and desires.


Corinne Warnshuis
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