March 15, 2023
For more than 50 years, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce has served as the leading voice of Maryland’s business community, advocating for strong public policy to ensure future economic growth for Maryland businesses, employees and families.
As we look to the future, we’re energized by what’s ahead and deeply committed to the success of our great state. That’s why we are so proud to introduce our new mission, updated to reflect our commitment to Maryland, and present our new strategic plan, which will guide our strategy and work for the next three years.
One of the hot topics in Annapolis politics right now is legalization of adult-use marijuana, coming to our state July 1 following last November’s referendum. Legislators are currently reviewing the lengthy bill to introduce this budding industry – and so are we!
Listen in to our newest Between Two Chambers podcast, featuring a conversation between Andrew Griffith, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, and Warren Lemley, president, co-founder and owner of Peake ReLeaf, a Rockville-based cannabis dispensary that is advocating for a safe and regulated Maryland cannabis industry.
Top leaders from businesses across Maryland recently gathered for State of the State, presented by Bank of America, where Governor Wes Moore, Comptroller Brooke Lierman and Treasurer Dereck E. Davis shared their priorities, goals, vision and calls for partnership with us throughout the morning.
Make meaningful connections with Maryland’s growing community of leaders, changemakers, entrepreneurs, influencers and professionals at Inspire MD.
Enjoy an evening of laid back networking, Maryland cuisine, delicious drinks, and exciting entertainment –and leave with connections that will help you grow your business, expand your network, and take your career to the next level.
Nicole Seay joined as our member services coordinator in March 2019.
Nicole came to the Maryland Chamber from PEAK Grantmaking, a nonprofit organization where she worked for over three years.
Born and raised in Flint, Michigan, Seay earned a bachelor of science in human services and management from the University of Phoenix.
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