Blogs

Teacher Extern De’Von Moore’s Key Takeaways from UnitedHealthcare

September 7, 2022

As an Entrepreneur/ Global Business, Finance Tech Literacy and Business Professional Economics teacher at Edgewood High School in Harford County, […]

Frederick STEM teacher gains perspective on real-world opportunities

August 23, 2022

As a Biology and Environmental Science teacher at Gov. Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, I have the pleasure of […]

Guest Blog: Patrick Dougherty 2022 Teacher Extern

August 10, 2022

Breaking down walls to create “light bulb” moments for my students As a teacher, the most rewarding moments are when […]

Teachers as the Linchpin of Equitable Hiring

June 13, 2022

Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the executive vice president of the Maryland Chamber, executive director of the […]

Mary D. Kane: T. Rowe Price sets a leadership example | Commentary

April 18, 2022

Mary D. Kane is a proven leader in state, federal and global organizations and joined the Maryland Chamber of Commerce […]

Mary D. Kane: Paid family leave bill: correct in theory, wrong in practice | Commentary

March 15, 2022

“We’re Open for Business” is the greeting you’ll see on Maryland welcome signs across the state. But what does it really take to start a business in Maryland? It’s a bit more complicated than just hanging up a sign, opening the door and counting the profits. 

Boosting civics education is critical for a healthy, stable economy

February 7, 2022

Blog post by Whitney Harmel Whitney Harmel is the executive vice president of the Maryland Chamber, executive director of the […]

Maryland’s dreadful tax system needs reform

January 20, 2022

Blog post by Andrew Griffin Andrew Griffin is the vice president of government affairs at the Maryland Chamber and leads […]

A Letter from our President & CEO

January 12, 2022

January 12, 2022 Today, the bell rings to mark the opening of the 444th Maryland legislative session. As we continue […]

Increasing child care availability key to economic success

January 11, 2022

“We’re Open for Business” is the greeting you’ll see on Maryland welcome signs across the state. But what does it really take to start a business in Maryland? It’s a bit more complicated than just hanging up a sign, opening the door and counting the profits.