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Sharon Markley Schreiber


"I am a life-long resident of Greater Baltimore and have benefitted greatly from the Region's rich resources and quality of life. There's magic here: a stimulating mix of opportunity, assets and authenticity. Let's tell the story together."

As Chief Operating Officer, Schreiber oversees day-to-day operations and focuses on programming and support for EAGB marketing efforts. She has provided strategic leadership to public and private stakeholders throughout her career, including the EAGB where she served as executive vice president from 2016-2017. Following the EAGB, Schreiber (nee Markley) was the director of education & innovation for the Maryland Department of Commerce leading relationships with education stakeholders to support business attraction, retention and growth across the state. She also managed the $100M Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund providing matching grants to non-profit higher education institutions in support of endowed professorships in areas of strategic economic development .

Prior to her role with the EAGB, Schreiber served as a senior administrator at Stevenson University - her latest role as vice president for public affairs and strategy. She served as special assistant to the president at Notre Dame of Maryland University, and was branch manager for the International Dyslexia Foundation serving 47 branches in the US and Canada.  Schreiber received a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude,  from Notre Dame of Maryland University, and was a student at Maryland Institute College of Art and Harford Community College. She earned a Harvard Graduate School of Education Institute for Management and Leadership in Education (MLE) certificate in 2013, and is a graduate of the 2021 Leadership Maryland and the 2011 Greater Baltimore Committee Leadership programs. Schreiber is an avid volunteer for nonprofits across the state, and serves as a trustee of Harford Community College.

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