Exelon Earns Place on Top 100 U.S. Companies Supporting Healthy Families and Communities List

Exelon also contributed $8 million for COVID relief efforts to local communities, including communities of color, which experienced disproportionately greater health impacts and higher rates of unemployment during the last year.  
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Baltimore Sun: Baltimore business leaders call for greater push against racial, social injustice

Calvin Butler, 66th Annual Meeting
The GBC and many of its business members have taken steps in the past year to begin to close inequity gaps and engage more segments of the city and region, Calvin Butler said.
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GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting places emphasis on Racial Equity and Social Justice

Moving Forward with Purpose
"These are challenging times but promise lies ahead. This is an ideal time for you to become involved with the GBC."--GBC President & CEO Don Fry
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Speakers at GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting to focus on Racial Equity and Social Justice

Thomas Friedman
Keynote Speaker Thomas L. Friedman, foreign affairs columnist for the New York Times, will focus his keynote speech on the importance of the racial equity and social justice movement.
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Author Thomas Friedman to be GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker

Thomas Friedman
"Thomas Friedman is a highly respected voice in journalism today and will provide his global insight on how organizations like the GBC are vital to the changing dynamics of the economy, politics, the workplace," said Donald C. Fry.
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GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting: Moving Forward with Purpose

Pictured: GBC Board Chair Calvin Butler, Thomas Friedman, GBC Vice Chair Mary Ann Scully and GBC President & CEO Don Fry.   Join the Greater Baltimore Committee for its 66th Annual Meeting, the state’s premier business event of the year. Thomas L. Friedman, the foreign affairs columnist for the New...
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Technical.ly: Web developer is one of Baltimore’s top 20 family-supporting jobs

It points to areas where tech skills can lead to more jobs. Getting to that point will require a focus on workforce development and education by the business community, the report states. It also means a focus on education and training that is inclusive, and barriers.
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Baltimore Sun: Greater Baltimore Committee report identifies top family-supporting jobs in region over next decade

The business advocacy group recommended an array of ways to match workforce training and education with those jobs and to address workforce barriers such as structural racism and gender inequities.
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