Greater Baltimore Committee president and CEO Donald C. Fry, and GBC chairman Atwood “Woody” Collins III, president and CEO of M&T Bank’s Mid-Atlantic Division, are among executives from 12 GBC-member companies named by the Baltimore Business Journal to its 2009 “Power 20” list.
The newspaper’s list, which named 20 power business men and women, included six current GBC board members and five executives from GBC member companies. The list recognizes individuals for their business success and community contributions.
The Baltimore Business Journal will honor the Power 20 at an event held at The Camden Club, February 5, at 5:30 p.m.
Current GBC board members joining Collins on the list are:
• Eddie Brown, president, Brown Capital Management
• David Cordish, chairman and president, Cordish Company, Inc.
• Mark Fetting, president and CEO, Legg Mason
• Laura Gamble, president, Bank of America Maryland
• Kevin Plank, president and CEO, Under Armour
Executives from other GBC-member companies named to the list are:
• Marin Alsop, music director, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
• Ronald Daniels, president, Johns Hopkins University
• Joseph Haskins Jr., CEO, The Harbor Bank of Maryland, and a former GBC vice chair
• Dr. Thomas M. Scalea, physician-in-chief, Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland Medical System
• Shale D. Stiller, president, Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
The “Power 20” section also contained an article authored by GBC Board member Ken Banks on the topic of steps to ascending the ladder.