TEDCO to Receive up to $50 Million from State Small Business Credit Initiative

TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced today it will receive up to $50 million from Governor Hogan’s small business relief plan that was approved for funding from the United States Treasury Department’s State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI). TEDCO will allocate the funds into four existing programs targeting technology-based Maryland...

Deborah M. Cady Melzer, Ph.D., to be Loyola’s next vice president for student development and dean of students

Deborah M. Cady Melzer, Ph.D., has been named Loyola University Maryland’s next vice president for student development and dean of students. Cady Melzer joins Loyola from Assumption University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she is vice president for student affairs. She was selected after the completion of a national search and will begin at Loyola on July 18, 2022. “Dr. Cady Melzer brings a deep understanding of the value of Jesuit … Continue reading

CCBC welcomes Margaret A. Forté and Dana M. Moore, II to its Board of Trustees

Community College of Baltimore County President Sandra L. Kurtinitis is pleased to welcome Margaret A. Forté and Dana M. Moore, II to the college’s Board of Trustees. The Board maintains general oversight of CCBC. Its responsibilities include adopting rules and regulations for college operations, approving the college budget, considering and approving CCBC’s academic programs, major purchases and long-range plans. Appointed to the CCBC Board of Trustees by Maryland Governor Larry … Continue reading

James B. Sellinger will retire as Chancellor of Education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore

James B. Sellinger will retire as Chancellor of Education for the Archdiocese of Baltimore on June 30 after a distinguished tenure impacting the lives and futures of thousands of young people across Maryland. As the Archdiocese’s first-ever chancellor, Sellinger stepped into the role following his retirement from a successful 35-year career as an executive with IBM. Over the last eight years, he’s led Catholic schools in the Archdiocese through historic … Continue reading

Maryland Hotel Lodging Association Celebrates the Industry’s Best at 2022 Stars of the Industry Awards Luncheon

On April 26, 2022, the Maryland Hotel Lodging Association (MHLA) hosted more than 350 guests – including owners, managers, frontline employees, and partners from Maryland’s statewide lodging industry – at its 32nd annual Stars of the Industry Awards Luncheon and Annual Meeting. Held at the Sheraton Baltimore North in Towson, the celebration recognized deserving hotels and team members who have gone above and beyond this year to provide excellent service … Continue reading


To better serve Baltimore audiences, the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) is inviting citizens to take a brief constituent survey to share their thoughts on the City’s arts and culture scene. BOPA is conducting this survey as part of our Strategic Planning Process to ensure that our work reflects the needs and wants of the Baltimore community as it relates to arts and culture. BOPA will be … Continue reading

GBC Members to be Honored at The Reginald F. Lewis Jazz Age Gala

GBC Board Chair Calvin Butler, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Exelon, will be honored with The Reginald F. Lewis Museum’s Titan Award. Additionally, GBC members Destiney-Simone Ramjohn, Ph.D., Vice President, Community Health & Social Impact at CareFirst, and Jayson Williams, CEO of Mayson-Dixon Companies, will receive award recognition. Ramjohn will receive the Maverick Award and Williams will receive the Trailblazer Award. The awards will presented by … Continue reading

TEDCO’s Open Institute for Black Women Entrepreneur Excellence (Howard County Pilot Program)

TEDCO, along with Maryland’s four HBCUs are creating a community of entrepreneurs to support each other and to provide a best-in-class entrepreneur leadership development program focused on building critical skills that foster resilience. We bring together 25 entrepreneurial leaders in a cohort to develop a network of peer advisors and a community that seeks collaboration. TEDCO’s strategic partners at the Maryland HBCUs determine these entrepreneurs’ needs at the intersection of … Continue reading

Baltimore Business Journal Plans Return to In-Person Events April 26

The Baltimore Business Journal plans to return to hosting in-person events on April 26 with a panel discussion to explore why Harbor East and Harbor Point in Baltimore are becoming a burgeoning mecca for some of the region’s largest and most powerful companies. The event is sponsored by BGE and the Atlas Restaurant Group. Tickets are now available. https://bizj.us/1qdosm 

Chase Brexton Health Care’s 2022 Gala Set for May 14

On Saturday, May 14, join Chase Brexton Health Care’s royally unique 2022 gala.  Inspired by the Broadway musical SIX–and just like SIX, this gala is a far cry from the same old story. Prepare yourselves for an evening that redefines the galas of old. Join us at one of our SIX intimate house parties, or watch online–virtual registrations are unlimited and free! Learn more at: www.chasebrexton.org/give/gala-2022