Pava LaPere, the 26-year-old CEO of a Baltimore technology company, was found dead at a Mount Vernon apartment building in what is now a homicide investigation. LaPere’s body was discovered with signs of blunt-force trauma. She co-founded and led EcoMap, a company that focuses on digitizing ecosystems with its proprietary technology. EcoMap released a statement expressing their deep condolences and praising LaPere’s visionary leadership and dedication. LaPere, a Johns Hopkins University graduate, was also recognized on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List in the Social Impact Category. The Baltimore tech community is mourning the loss of a true visionary and the investigation is ongoing.
The shocking death of Pava LaPere, the well-respected CEO of Baltimore’s EcoMap, has sparked a homicide investigation. LaPere’s body was found at a Mount Vernon apartment building, showing signs of blunt-force trauma. As a co-founder and leader of EcoMap, LaPere played a crucial role in the company’s mission to digitize ecosystems using their proprietary technology. EcoMap mourned her loss, highlighting LaPere’s compassion and dedication as a leader and friend. With a prestigious education from Johns Hopkins University and recognition on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List, LaPere’s legacy as a visionary in the tech and social impact sectors is undeniable. The Baltimore tech community is devastated by this tragic event, and the investigation is ongoing.
The Baltimore tech scene is in deep mourning following the tragic death of Pava LaPere, CEO of technology company EcoMap. LaPere’s lifeless body was discovered at a Mount Vernon apartment building, revealing signs of blunt-force trauma. As one of the co-founders and driving forces behind EcoMap, LaPere contributed to their unique approach of digitizing ecosystems using their proprietary technology. EcoMap released a heartfelt statement expressing their grief and honoring LaPere’s commitment to the company, Baltimore, and amplifying the important work of ecosystems across the country. With her inclusion on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List in the Social Impact Category and a successful career, LaPere’s absence is strongly felt within the tech community. As investigators continue their search for answers, the loss of this visionary leader leaves a lasting impact on Baltimore’s tech industry.