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  • October 19, 2021
    8:30 am - 10:00 am

Baltimore Neighborhoods Census

You’re invited to join the Greater Baltimore Committee for a discussion on the recent release of the Census 2020 results, the changing population dynamics of the Greater Baltimore region and a “drill down” on the declining population of Baltimore City and its neighborhoods.

Speakers: 

  • Seema D. Iyer, Ph.D — Associate Director, Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore — will discuss specific population changes in Baltimore neighborhoods.
  • Annie Milli — Executive Director, Live Baltimore — will discuss housing inventory as a growth strategy and positive aspects of 2020 Census data.
  • Donald C. Fry — President & CEO of Greater Baltimore Committee — will provide an initial discussion of regional population and demographic changes over the past decades.

Materials to further the discussion:

University of BaltimoreSeema D. Iyer PhD is Associate Director and research professor for the Jacob France Institute (JFI) in the University of Baltimore’s Merrick School of Business. Dr. Iyer oversees the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance at JFI, which is also part of the Urban Institute’s National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership of sites that provide longitudinal, community-based data on demographics, housing, crime, education and sustainability. Her research focuses on the role of planning and data sharing in community empowerment and collaborative public innovation processes. From 2016-2017, she served as a consultant to the Baltimore Mayor’s Office of Information Technology on the city’s Open Data program.

 

Annie Milli, Live BaltimoreAnnie Milli is the Executive Director of Live Baltimore, a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) Residential Marketing Organization. A self-described “accidental urbanist,” Milli began her career as an art director and executive in the field of commercial advertising. She managed Live Baltimore’s marketing division from 2013 to 2017, during which time she helped lead Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s “Grow Baltimore” initiative. Milli later served on Baltimore City Public Schools’ Enrollment Taskforce, as Chair of its Marketing and Public Relations Work Group. She has also chaired Baltimore City’s Middle Neighborhoods Work Group on behalf of the Mayor’s Office. Milli is passionate about city living, data-driven solutions and achieving population growth in Baltimore City.

Event details:

When: Tuesday, October 19, 2021; 8:30 a.m.

Where: Webinar via Zoom

*A personal, one-time link to join the webinar will be sent out via email to all registrants the evening prior to the event.

(If you do not receive your link by 4 p.m., October 18, please contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.)

Cost: GBC members: $25, non-members: $50

A 72-hour cancellation notice is required for refund. Contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.

For event and sponsorship information, contact Lisa Byrd, Director of Events and Business Development, at lisab@gbc.org.

Please submit your questions for the panelists in advance using the event registration form.


  • October 22, 2021
    8:30 am - 10:00 am

Join us for this virtual conference as we hear from top fiscal experts who will discuss the current economic status and trends of the state and national economy, post-pandemic recovery outlook and more.

Panelists include:

Tom Barkin – President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Barkin is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond (a.k.a. Richmond Fed). He joined the Richmond Fed in January 2018. Barkin served as a voting member in 2018 on the Federal Reserve’s chief monetary policy body, the Federal Open Market Committee.

Prior to joining the Richmond Fed, Barkin was a senior partner and chief financial officer at McKinsey & Company, a worldwide management consulting firm. Barkin also served on the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta from 2009 to 2014 and was the Board’s Chairman from 2013 to 2014. Barkin holds bachelor, master and law degrees from Harvard University.

Mark VaselkivMark Vaselkiv — Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income Division, T. Rowe Price

Vaselkiv is the Chief Investment Officer of the Fixed Income Division. He is a member of the Asset Allocation Committee. Vaselkiv is a Vice President of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. and T. Rowe Price Trust Company.

His investment experience began in 1984, and he has been with T. Rowe Price since 1988, beginning in the Fixed Income Division as a high yield corporate credit analyst, with a special focus on forest products and gaming. In 1996, he was appointed to the High Yield Portfolio Management team. Prior to this, Vaselkiv was a credit analyst and a Vice President at Shenkman Capital Management and a credit analyst at Prudential Insurance Company.

He earned a B.A. in political science from Wheaton College and an M.B.A. in finance from New York University, Stern School of Business.

Anirban Basu — Chairman and CEO, Sage Policy Group

Basu has been twice recognized as one of Maryland’s most influential people and has been named one of the Baltimore region’s 20 most powerful business leaders. He serves as the Chairman of the Maryland Economic Development Commission, teaches global strategy at Johns Hopkins University and serves the Chief Economist function for several organizations across the country.

Basu serves as Chairman and CEO of Sage, an economic and policy consulting firm in Baltimore that he founded in 2004. Basu served as the Chief Economist to Associated Builders and Contractors and as Chief Economic adviser to the Construction Financial Management Association.

Basu earned his B.S. in Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He earned his Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and his Master’s in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He earned his Juris Doctor at the University of Maryland School of Law in 2003. His doctoral work in health economics has taken place at UMBC.

More speakers to be announced.

Event details:

When: Friday, October 22, 2021; 8:30 a.m.

Where: Webinar via Zoom

Cost: Member individuals: $25, Non-member individuals: $50

A 72-hour cancellation notice is required for refund. Contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.

For event and sponsorship information, contact Lisa Byrd, Director of Events and Business Development, at lisab@gbc.org.

Please submit your questions to the panelists in advance on the registration page or to Lisa Byrd at lisab@gbc.org.

Sponsors:

Ambassador:

BGE      CareFirst

Signature:

Merritt Companies logo   

Patron:

Comcast               

Media:
      Maryland Daily Record 2021 logo


  • November 2, 2021
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • December 7, 2021
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • January 4, 2022
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • February 1, 2022
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • March 1, 2022
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • April 5, 2022
    8:00 am - 9:00 am
  • May 3, 2022
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

 

Goucher College and the Greater Baltimore Committee present a monthly speaker series featuring top government officials and political leaders in state and federal government, as well as business executives.

The event kicks off on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, with inaugural guest Governor Larry Hogan.

Governor Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. was sworn in as the 62nd Governor of the State of Maryland on January 21, 2015. In 2018, he was re-elected to a second four-year term, receiving the most votes of any Maryland gubernatorial candidate and becoming only the second Republican governor to be re-elected in the 242-year history of the state.

In his first inaugural address, Governor Hogan reminded citizens of Maryland’s history as a state of middle temperament and pledged to advance the best ideas, regardless of which side of the political aisle they come from. He is recognized nationally as a strong, independent leader who consistently delivers real results and achieves common sense, bipartisan solutions.

After being elected by his fellow governors, Governor Hogan recently completed a successful term as chairman of the National Governors Association, and he consistently maintains one of the highest job approval ratings in the country.

The series schedule is as follows:

  • Tuesday, November 2, 2021 — Governor Larry Hogan
  • Tuesday, December 7, 2021
  • Tuesday, January 4, 2022
  • Tuesday, February 1, 2022
  • Tuesday, March 1, 2022
  • Tuesday, April 5, 2022
  • Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Each event includes a meet-and-greet, coffee and pastries, photo opportunities and a moderated Q&A. Mileah Kromer, associate professor of political science and the director of the Sarah T. Hughes Center for Politics at Goucher College, and Donald C. Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee, will moderate the series. Future guests to be announced.

Event details:

When: The event takes place on the first Tuesday of each month November 2021-May 2022; 8-9 a.m.

Where: Hyman Forum in Ungar Athenaeum — Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, Md., 21204

Cost: Free for GBC Members. Registration is required.

For event and sponsorship information, contact Lisa Byrd, Director of Events and Business Development, at lisab@gbc.org.


  • November 10, 2021
    8:30 am - 10:00 am

Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee to honor the nominees and winners of the 2021 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards.

Each year, through the Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards, the GBC recognizes exceptional majority, minority and women-owned businesses and executives who nurture the development of minority and women-owned businesses in Greater Baltimore and Maryland.

See a list of previous winners here.

Event details: 

When: Wednesday, November 10, 2021; 8:30-10 a.m.

Where: Morgan State University — Calvin and Tina Tyler Hall, University Student Center — E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Md., 21218

Cost:  GBC members: $30, Non-members: $50

A 72-hour cancellation notice is required for refund. Contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.

For event and sponsorship information, contact Kam Bridges, Policy Associate, at kamb@gbc.org or Lisa Byrd, Director of Events and Business Development, at lisab@gbc.org.

Sponsors:

Ambassador Sponsors

BGE                  UMMS logo

Signature Sponsors

  Southwest

Gold Sponsor

McCormick

Bronze Sponsor

Kaiser Permanente logo

Supporting Sponsor

Media Sponsors

      Maryland Daily Record 2021 logo

 


  • November 15, 2021
    8:30 am - 10:00 am

Record Investments in Historically Black Colleges and Universities are Changing Their Role

HBCU PresidentsPictured: Dr. David Wilson, Dr. Anthony Jenkins, Dr. Aminta Breaux (left to right)

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee and three presidents of Maryland’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) for a discussion on the increasing emphasis on the importance of HBCUs and what additional funding will mean for HBCUs.

Featuring:

  • President David Wilson, Morgan State University
  • President Anthony Jenkins, Coppin State University
  • President Aminta H. Breaux, Bowie State University

Dr. David Wilson, the 10th President of Morgan State University, has more than 30 years of experience in higher education administration. Dr. Wilson holds four academic degrees: a Bachelor of Science degree in political science and a Master of Science degree in education from Tuskegee University; a Master of Education degree in educational planning and administration from Harvard University and a Master of Education degree in administration, planning and social policy from Harvard University.

Prior to Morgan, he was Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin Colleges and the University of Wisconsin–Extension. Before that, he held numerous other administrative posts in academia, including: Vice President for University Outreach and Associate Provost at Auburn University, and Associate Provost of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Dr. Wilson’s tenure as President of Morgan State University began on July 1, 2010.

The university’s highlights under Dr. Wilson’s leadership include the continuation of Morgan’s status as the No. 1 HBCU in production of Fulbright scholars and grantees, with 149 awarded in 44 countries around the world; and the elevation of Morgan from a moderate research classification of R3 to an elevated classification of R2, a status reserved for doctoral universities with high research activity.

Dr. Anthony L. Jenkins, Ph.D., became the 8th President of Coppin State University (CSU) on May 26, 2020. He is an established higher education leader and advocate committed to creating higher education opportunities for all students, especially culturally under-represented groups.

Dr. Jenkins came to CSU from West Virginia State University (WVSU), a historically black land-grant research university near Charleston, W.V., where he served as president from July 2016 until May 2020. Prior to WVSU, Dr. Jenkins was Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and was the Senior Associate Vice President for the University of Central Florida.

His career includes serving at Jackson State University, before joining Virginia Tech’s Housing and Residence Life, and later the Office of the Dean of Students. He remained at Virginia Tech until becoming the Assistant Dean of Students of Northeastern Illinois University. He later served as the Dean of Students at the University of North Carolina Wilmington; and was recruited to serve as the Dean of Students at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

A United States Army veteran, Dr. Jenkins began his path to higher education as a first generation college graduate of Fayetteville State University. He earned a master’s degree from North Carolina Central University and a Doctorate from Virginia Tech University.

Dr. Aminta H. Breaux has served as the visionary 10th president of Bowie State University since July 2017. She initiated a university-wide focus to infuse entrepreneurship education across the disciplines and has led the effort to build an Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community, slated to open in fall 2021. She is dedicated to building on the legacy and rich history of Maryland’s oldest historically Black university with a strategic focus on ensuring the long-term viability of the institution.

Dr. Breaux is a leading voice in 21st century education and has been tapped to serve in multiple leadership roles. She was appointed to the President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Governor’s P-20 Leadership Council of Maryland. She is Vice Chair for the Board of Directors for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). Prior to joining Bowie State, Dr. Breaux served as Vice President for advancement for Millersville University, where she oversaw fundraising, alumni engagement, event management and external relations. Previously, she was Vice President for student affairs at Millersville University.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University, a master’s degree in psychological services in education from the University of Pennsylvania, and a doctorate in counseling psychology from Temple University. She is also a graduate of the Harvard Institute for Executive Management and the American Association for State Colleges and Universities Millennium Leadership Institute.

Event details:

When: Monday, November 15, 2021; 8:30-10 a.m.

Where: Webinar via Zoom

*A personal, one-time link to join the webinar will be sent out via email to all registrants the evening prior to the event.

(If you do not receive your link by 4 p.m. Nov. 12, please contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.)

Cost: GBC members: $25, non-members: $50

A 72-hour cancellation notice is required for refund. Contact Tara Harris at tarah@gbc.org.

For event and sponsorship information, contact Lisa Byrd, Director of Events and Business Development, at lisab@gbc.org.

Please submit your questions for the panelists in advance using the event registration form.