EAGB Announces Key Staff Appointments
(Baltimore, Md.) – The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore (EAGB) is pleased to welcome new staff members: Susanne Forno as marketing director and Nick Henninger as research & data analyst.
Forno joins the EAGB as marketing director, overseeing marketing and communications strategy and execution. Forno is responsible for the EAGB monthly newsletter Region On Point, marketing collateral, social media, the website and more. Previously, she was the communications director for the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce helping to promote, grow and sustain a diverse and healthy business community in the Baltimore region. Formerly, Forno held various positions at Comcast Cable, most recently working with municipalities across the Maryland-Delaware Region.
Forno currently serves on the board for the Big Orange Melanoma Foundation and previously served on the board for Women in Cable Telecommunications DC/Baltimore Chapter. While with Comcast, she was the events chair for the Women’s Network, an employee diversity resource group.
A Baltimore County native, Forno graduated from CCBC and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Corporate Communications from the University of Baltimore.
Henninger joins the EAGB as Research & Data Analyst, assisting with efforts to collect, organize, prioritize and disseminate the most valuable data about Greater Baltimore's strategic assets to stakeholders and clients. He brings skills including data collection, statistical analysis, GIS mapping and strategic analysis from both industry and academic experience.
Henninger is a PhD student in Political Science at Boston University; his current research focuses on mapping economic and political inequalities in urban politics. He received his master’s degree (MPP in International Development, 2016) and bachelor’s degree (BA in Economics, 2015) from the University of Maryland. Prior to entering his PhD program, he served as vice president for strategic partnerships at a biotechnology start-up. He has led economic development fieldwork in Guatemala, India, Morocco and South Africa, and has worked in Washington, D.C. for The World Bank Group and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. In Baltimore, Henninger previously worked for the Southeast CDC and Sage Policy Group.
Born and raised in Harford County, Henninger is proud to give back to his community and to be a part of Greater Baltimore's continued growth.