Baltimore’s former mayors share advice, discuss personal challenges

Former mayors
The mayors discussed their experiences and lessons learned while holding Baltimore’s top elected office and addressed such topics as running an urban city of more than 600,000 residents and reflections on current challenges facing big city mayors and how it differs from their tenure in office.
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GBC Newsmaker Speaker Series: Meet University of Maryland President Darryll Pines and Coppin State University President Anthony Jenkins

Join the Greater Baltimore Committee in welcoming Darryll Pines as President of the University of Maryland College Park and Anthony Jenkins as President of Coppin State University. Learn more about their plans for the future and what’s next for these Maryland higher education institutions. Darryll J. Pines, President of University of Maryland,...
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BBJ: Lexington Market developers ask business leaders for financial boost

Lexington Market rendering
The redo of historic Lexington Market needs buy-in from Baltimore's business community ahead of its 2022 reopening, the development team said during a Greater Baltimore Committee event.
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What does the future hold for the hospitality and tourism industry?

National Aquarium and Hotel Pendry
Al Hutchinson, President & CEO of Visit Baltimore; Jim Kinney, Managing Partner of The Capital Grille; John Racanelli, President & CEO of the National Aquarium; and Juan Webster, General Manager of Sagamore Pendry Baltimore participated in the conversation.
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GBC Newsmaker Speaker Series: Structural Racism in America

Structural Racism in America: What Is It? How Do You Recognize It? What Can We Do To End It? Join the Greater Baltimore Committee in a thought-provoking discussion about Structural Racism in America and its impact on economic outcomes, workforce and criminal justice. Two of Baltimore’s leaders in the fight...
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The GBC Check-In: Austin Davis, Census 2020 Project Manager for Baltimore City

Since 1790, the U.S. government has conducted the decennial census, as mandated by the Constitution. The census aims to count the entire population, and gathers data about sex, age, race, living situations and the number of people per household. According to the United States Census Bureau, response rates have declined...
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