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The Chamber’s 425 member companies — encompassing all segments of the business community — employ much of the county’s workforce. With a 23-member Board of Directors, the Chamber has the               
 Paula Miller
Baltimore County Public Library Chair
Antoine Banks
Dale Bittinger
Kevin Collins
T. Rowe Price
Calvin Holmes
Kaiser Permanente
Brent Howard
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce
Mandy Katz
Giant Food
Jennifer Lazenby
Whiteford, Taylor & Preston
Jason McCormick
McCormick & Co.
Ervin McDaniel III
David Miller
J.L. Kenneally & Co.
John Mock

Donovan Murrary
Maryland Port Administration
Josh Pratta
Katherine Rogers
Steve Rosenfeld
Towson University
Meghan Roy
MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services
Scott Salemme
American Red Cross
Lisa Schwartz
M&T Bank
Jeff Spokes
Keith Weldon
Maryland Sports Properties
Ken Westary
of Baltimore County
Amanda Zinn
Leadership Baltimore County
The Baltimore County Chamber
of Commerce offers a number of committees, where you can exchange ideas, develop relationships and learn tips from expert business leaders and veteran business owners.
 Business Owners Roundtable
Discusses real issues and specific business challenges you are facing in today’s competitive environment. All information is confidential, and you must apply to join this group.
Education Task Force
Works to create links between business, education and the community to promote awareness of the education system and its needs. Organizes the annual Awards for Excellence in Education.
Emerging Leaders Circle
Cultivates long-term relationships and offers a platform for development through skill application, networking and executive mentorships, while strengthening the business community.
Leads Groups
Build your business leads and contacts over a meal! There are two groups to choose from: Wednesday Morning Group and Wednesday Lunch Group.
Legislative Forum
Provides a voice for business at the state and local level. Activities include preparation of the annual legislative forum, meetings with lawmakers and monitoring state and county legislation. The committee reviews proposed legislation and provides research and speakers on key issues.
Nonprofit Forum
The perfect committee for anyone who works for, manages or owns a 501(c)3 organization. 27

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