Transformational Women, Transformational Region
March is Women’s History month, a month dedicated to reflect on and celebrate the often-overlooked contributions of women to history, culture and society. In this month's Greater Perspective, EAGB acknowledges the accomplishments of women leaders throughout Greater Baltimore who have successfully changed the narrative in industries that are often male dominated. Don't miss the chance to meet three women who are leading industry in the Region today, and hear more about their experiences and achievements - and what advice they have to share.
The Region has many stories about ground-breaking women who paved the way for industry to advance and thrive in Greater Baltimore. This month's Spotlight features three women who transformed multiple key strategic industries in the Region. From logistics to IT to healthcare, these women paved the way for significant progress while throwing doors open for the women who would follow them.
Paving the way for industry advances in the Region, don't miss the stories of three remarkable women, here.
Register today for some of the top "don't miss" events EAGB is promoting from around the Region! Scroll down to learn more and register for these and other events from EAGB's website.
Baltimore Collegetown Networks's Emerging Tech Industry Day for students and young professionals is happening tonight, March 31, at the Impact Hub in Baltimore City. Industry leaders will participate on a panel moderated by EAGB's president and CEO, Michele Whelley. The industry-specific event is a chance for students to connect with industry leaders and like-minded individuals, receive a professional photograph for their LinkedIn profile, and learn from professionals who have launched their careers in the Region.
Maryland Tech Council's DEI Big Ideas Series: April 13 - How to Win the Economic Competitiveness Battle
EAGB is proud to sponsor the Maryland Tech Council's DEI Big Ideas Series. In a fireside chat on April 13, MTC CEO Marty Rosendale and Johnathan Holifield, attorney, civil rights advocate, tech-based economic development executive and former NFL athlete, will explore Holifield's model for a new economic narrative and action framework and the importance of including disconnected individuals and populations in the process.
The GBC's 67th Annual Meeting will be held in-person on May 25 in downtown Baltimore. The Annual Meeting is GBC’s premier business event of the year. Expect great networking, the election of board members and a celebration honoring GBC's president & CEO Donald Fry, who will retire on May 31 after 23. years.