January 22 | Annapolis, MD
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We are the only statewide voice for the business community, working to make Maryland regionally, nationally and globally competitive.
Join us, the U.S. Chamber and Frederick County Chamber as we convene local and national employers, substance use disorder experts, and community leaders for conversations on creating drug free workplaces, education and prevention techniques, how to utilize benefits providers, force multipliers for families, investing in communities and more.
Call for nominations is now open! Part of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Maryland Chapter we are partnering with the Baltimore Business Journal to present the 2019 Business Philanthropy Awards at National Philanthropy Day in Baltimore.
Early bird registration is open! Meet the State is the premier gathering of General Assembly leadership, state government agencies and Maryland’s business community at the beginning of session that will set the tone for our ability to advance Chamber legislative priorities for the upcoming session. This event is our opportunity to discuss and inform legislators on what we do as a business community to contribute to our economy and the communities in which we live.
Blog post by Karen B. Salmon, Ph.D. Dr. Salmon has served as the State Superintendent of Schools in Maryland […]
Blog post by Ashley Duckman Ashley Duckman is the Vice President of Government Affairs at the Maryland Chamber. As the […]
Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Through […]
In this issue… Maryland Chamber sponsors MACo summer conference Kirwan Commission Executive order on clean & renewable energy Rural broadband […]
The Maryland Chamber sat down with Ashley Duckman to get to know her better and expand on what she brings to her role as Vice President Government Affairs.
Bank of America is continuing its commitment to Greater Maryland, granting $720,000 to more than 30 nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives of Marylanders.