Governor Larry Hogan Returns to Deliver Keynote at Maryland Chamber of Commerce Event

February 8, 2022

Contact: Eleanor Goedeke, Director of Marketing & Communication
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. — For the second year in a row, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce will host State of the State presented by Bank of America, a virtual event on Thursday February 24, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Following a keynote address from Governor Larry Hogan, a distinguished panel of experts will discuss the state of Maryland’s economy and recovery.

“As businesses persist through recovery, we must continue to have honest, open conversations on the state of our economy,” said Maryland Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mary Kane. “We are honored to host our governor in the last year of his second term, along with regional experts to discuss our economy and the outlook for Maryland’s job creators.”

“We are pleased to sponsor this event once again and to foster such a critical discussion,” said Janet Currie, Greater Maryland president of Bank of America. “Maryland businesses have faced unprecedented challenges over the last few years, and Bank of America will continue to do all we can to support our local communities through the current environment.”

Panelists for State of the State include Janet Currie, Greater Maryland president of Bank of America, Tom Barkin, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Paul Bardack, executive director of the Maryland Small Business Development Center and Steve McCallister, executive director Eastern Region for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

State of the State is a ticketed event and will be attended by business leaders from all industry sectors across our state. Tickets can be purchased on the Maryland Chamber website here for $45 for members and $65 for non-members.


About the Maryland Chamber of Commerce 
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is the only statewide business advocacy organization and the leading voice for business in the state. Together with their 6,400 members, they form a statewide coalition that is committed to ensuring that Maryland is attracting and retaining quality jobs, developing vibrant, sustainable communities and staying at the forefront of global competitiveness and economic prosperity. Learn more.





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