Maryland Chamber elevated with new talent

(June 21, 2018—ANNAPOLIS, Md.) What do you do when you have stand out interns? You hire them.

This month, Maryland Chamber welcomes three past interns to its ranks of full-time employees.

Meet Montana Robertson

Toronto-native Montana Robertson joined the Maryland Chamber in January 2018 as a communications intern and was recently hired as the full-time multimedia production editor.

Robertson recently earned a masters of arts in media studies in New York City. Her previous work experience predominantly lies in the world of film and television, where she worked for a production company that produces factual television content for networks such as the BIO channel, DiscoveryID, and the History Channel. She has also worked as a freelance videographer and assistant director for multiple productions.

Robertson said, “I’m excited to continue to create and produce multimedia at the Maryland Chamber!”

Meet Chloe Mazzone

Chloe Mazzone joins the Maryland Chamber directly from graduate school at the University of Maryland, College Park where she obtained her master of public policy with a concentration in international development policy. She first worked with the Maryland Chamber in June 2017 as the legislative intern on the government affairs team for the summer.

Throughout schooling over the past two years, she has held a number of internships in international development, supporting economic empowerment and business development endeavors. She has interned in policy oriented positions analyzing legislation and performing research for new business opportunities.

As a native of Maryland, Mazzone is excited to be back at the Chamber to help job growth and increase member involvement in the business environment and policymaking in her home state.

Meet Mary Duggan

Mary Duggan joined the Maryland Chamber as its communications specialist in June 2018. Prior to her full-time role, she was a marketing & communications intern.

Duggan had several experiences in the creative field in her past career history. Most notably, she was a graphic design intern at Penn State football and a top design firm in Nashville, Tennessee.

Though Duggan enjoyed her time in Music City and Happy Valley, she is an Annapolis native, who was born and raised in Maryland.

As she returns to her hometown, Duggan said, “I am embracing this new chapter!”

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