GBC’s Bridging the Gap Committee presents: Starting the Conversation About Race

Tony Hill and David Hodnett
Starting the conversation can sometimes be the most difficult step. We invite you to join us in this brave space to share your perspectives and experiences and hear from others in the business community. Continue reading
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COVID-19 Resources: Planning for a Safe Reopening

It is important to remember that although we are progressing into reopening, that we continue to fight this deadly virus. It is imperative to follow issued guidelines and adhere to strict safety protocols to protect our employees, our customers, and our communities. Continue reading

We Stand for Racial Equity, Justice and Peace

The GBC stands with all in the Greater Baltimore community and throughout the state and nation who demand justice for George Floyd and his family. Continue reading

Greater Baltimore Committee launches COVID-19 Business Recovery Advisory Council to help Baltimore Region’s Economic Recovery

The council will prioritize identifying and recommending programs, policies and initiatives that can assist small and minority business recovery. Continue reading

Baltimore Sun: Tradepoint Atlantic says pandemic isn’t slowing growth at the Baltimore County distribution hub

The pandemic has tested and exposed weaknesses in national supply chains, said Aaron Tomarchio, Tradepoint Atlantic’s senior vice president of corporate affairs during a virtual GBC Newsmaker event. Continue reading

COVID-19: GBC Coverage and Response

We’ve compiled a number of resources — including updates on COVID-19-related legislation and highlighted philanthropic giving by several GBC Member companies — here to keep you up-to-date on all of the GBC’s efforts. Continue reading

BBJ: UM Global Campus president: Online education could be key to making college affordable

“As I look into the future of higher [education], I don’t think this will be an online versus onsite dichotomy, I think this will be an affordability issue,” Javier Miyares said during a webinar hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee. Continue reading

Maryland Matters: More Md. universities tentatively planning to reopen their campuses in the fall

During an online forum June 8 sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee, leaders of many higher education institutions in the Baltimore area said they are pursuing a hybrid system, which combines in-person instruction with remote learning. Continue reading

BBJ: USM Chancellor Perman: ‘We will not have Covid-free campuses.’

Additional safety measures come with major costs, Dr. Jay Perman explained to a group of Baltimore business leaders during a webinar panel hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee June 8. Continue reading