Maryland Matters: Opinion: State’s Economy, Environment and Equity Depend on Transit

Greater Baltimore Committee President and CEO Donald Fry said, “The Red Line is a jobs line. It’s a critical piece of our economic growth.”
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Greater Baltimore Committee mourns passing of Senator Paul Sarbanes, a champion for Baltimore and Maryland

“Many of his accomplishments while serving in office are relevant and resonate today, such as his efforts to protect the Chesapeake Bay, protecting investors and ensuring low-income residents have fair access to housing.”
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Baltimore Sun: T. Rowe Price to move from Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore to new office in Harbor Point

The firm’s reinvestment in Baltimore should be viewed as a signal to other major companies about the city’s economic stability, said Donald C. Fry, the Greater Baltimore Committee’s president and CEO.
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Baltimore Sun: What Brandon Scott faces as Baltimore’s next mayor: a pandemic, budget woes and crime-weary residents hoping for change

Baltimore City Hall
Donald C. Fry, president and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee, said he is eager for Scott to work closely with the police commissioner to reduce violent crime.
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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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BBJ: Construction, medical and IT jobs lead list of top local growth industries, GBC report says

The Greater Baltimore Committee, a nonprofit group of regional business leaders that spearheaded the report, is expected to make recommendations on the study's findings over the coming months for academic and training courses.
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The Daily Record: Report identifies top family-supporting jobs in next decade

The report found the top 20 growing occupations that do not require a four-year degree, that pay a minimum of $22 an hour and are in the business services, construction, health care or information technology industry.
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Greater Baltimore Committee issues Workforce Development Report

The report, Preparing for the Future: A Regional Workforce Development Initiative, includes more than 50 recommendations to ensure the region has a pipeline of skilled workers to fill high growth family-supporting jobs.
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Baltimore Sun: Incoming Greater Baltimore Committee chair Calvin Butler will work to improve inclusion

Calvin Butler Annual Meeting
The organization will take immediate steps including reviewing bylaws, policies and procedures to ensure they are inclusive.
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