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Mary D. Kane: Weakening of intellectual property rights threatens Maryland’s innovation economy | Commentary

November 3, 2022

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

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 […]