GBC’s Don Fry named to Rawlings-Blake transition team

Donald C. Fry, president and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee will co-chair a 31-member transition team committee that will advise incoming Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on economic development and jobs issues.

Paul Taylor, executive director of the city’s Small Business Resource Center, will co-chair the committee.

Members of the Economic Development and Jobs Transition Committee are:

Helen Bentley, consultant, Helen Bentley & Associates
Kwang Choi, advisor, KAGRO of Maryland, Inc.
Atwood “Woody” Collins III, president & COO, M&T Bank Mid-Atlantic Region
Sophie Dagenais, partner, Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP
Eddie Dopkin, vice president for finance, The Classic Catering People
Gwen Davidson, partner/portfolio manager, Brown Advisory
Rod Easter, president, Baltimore Building and Construction trades Council, AFL-CIO
J. P. Grant, president & CEO, Grant Capital Management
Bert J. Hash, Jr., president and CEO, MECU
Catherine L. Hughes, founder and chairperson, Radio One, Inc.
Bob Hockaday, principal, Spenceola Group
Kevin Johnson, president, Commercial Interiors, Inc.
Joe Jones, founder, president & CEO, The Center for Urban Families
Steve Kearney, principal, Kearney O’Doherty Public Affairs
Tom Loveland, CEO, Mind Over Machines
Jon Laria, partner, Ballard Spahr Andrews and Ingersoll, LLP
Keiffer Mitchell, small business banking officer, Wachovia Bank
Marc Montgomery, CEO, Ports America Chesapeake
Jason Perkins-Cohen, executive director, Job Opportunities Task Force
J. Scott Plank, executive vice president of business development, Under Armour
Eileen Rehrmann, president, Eileen Rehrmann & Associates
Theo Rodgers, president, A&R Development Corporation
Jim Smith, president, Baltimore Subway Systems
Jimmy Stavrakis, president, Adcor Industries
• Paul Sugar, shareholder, Ober, Kaler, Grimes and Shriver, P.C.
Bishop Walter S. Thomas, Sr., pastor, New Psalmist Baptist Church
Craig A. Thompson, partner, Venable, LLP
Stanley Tucker, president, Meridian Management Group, Inc.
Dr. Carolann Williams, president, Baltimore City Community College

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