Episode 1: Building a workplace wellness plan

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Teacher Externship Program

Teacher and host company applications now open for our 2022 Maryland Chamber Foundation program!

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2022 Legislative Priorities

A guide to our 2022 strategy and advocacy efforts.


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Meet Mary Kane

President & CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.

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ADVOCACY

As Maryland’s only statewide business advocacy organization, we amplify your voice and speak for thousands of job creators, employers and employees, to impact how policy is shaped in Annapolis.

MEMBERSHIP

Whether you’re a small business in western Maryland or a large corporation in Baltimore City, your membership with the Maryland Chamber offers unparalleled access to top business and community leaders, and elected officials at the local, state and federal level.

FOUNDATION

The Maryland Chamber Foundation invests in education and workforce development initiatives—teacher externships, second-chance workforce reentry programs, and partnerships with P-TECH schools—to help build the workforce of the future.

WHAT'S NEXT

Nov
29

Annual Business Meeting with the Maryland Department of the Environment

Join us for the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting with top executive staff from the Maryland Department of the Environment.

Dec
07

Webinar | Healthy Employees, Healthy Business: Building a workplace wellness plan

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with UnitedHealthcare, presents the first installment of our four-part webinar series supporting whole person wellness as a corporate model for success.

Jan
19

MEET the STATE

Our premier event where policymakers and key business leaders gather to discuss their top legislative priorities for the upcoming session. This event is virtual.

The MD Chamber is the leading voice representing businesses across our state. Their expertise, guidance and leadership on legislative issues is priceless. In 2020, the Chamber established the Data Center Coalition to support legislation providing sales & use tax exemption for data centers. It passed, and now Maryland is a competitor in this market."
Jamie Williams,
Director, Economic & Tourism Development,
Kent County Economic Development
The Labor & Employment Committee has had a direct and significant impact on the workplace laws in Maryland. We have successfully proposed legislation to revise certain laws, suggested revisions to pending bills and fought problematic bills - all to protect the legitimate and practical interests of employers, while balancing the needs of employees."
Fiona Ong,
Partner,
Shawe Rosenthal LLP
Maryland’s businesses need a strong voice in Annapolis to help the state compete regionally, nationally and globally. The Maryland Chamber is that voice, and they bring businesses and policymakers together to achieve that goal."
Denis Dunn,
State President–Maryland, Washington D.C. and Delaware,
AT&T
Without the Chamber, Maryland business would not have a unified voice in Annapolis."
Thomas Dahbura,
President and Owner,
Hub Labels, Inc.
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is a powerful network of industry leaders with a proven track record of success advocating for business. No other organization provides the opportunity to guide and shape policy along with a multitude of valuable resources and engaging events for Maryland business leaders."
Gracelyn McDermott,
Vice President, Marketing, Sales & Business Development,
Kaiser Permanente