Twenty-one GBC members on Daily Record�s 2010 ‘Influential Marylanders’ list

Greater Baltimore president and CEO Donald C. Fry and executives from 21 GBC-member companies have been named by the Daily Record to its 2010 ‘Influential Marylanders’ list.

The newspaper’s list, which named 60 individuals in 10 categories ranging from civic leadership to technology, included five current GBC board members and 16 leaders from GBC member companies. The list recognizes non-elected individuals who are “exemplary leaders throughout Maryland.” Honorees are selected on the basis of influence, prominence, achievement and community involvement, according to the Daily Record.

Current GBC board members joining Fry on the list are:

• William Couper, President-MidAtlantic, Bank of America
• Mark R. Fetting, President & CEO, Legg Mason
• Rachel E. Garbow Monroe, Chief Operating Officer, The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.
• James L. Shea, Esq., Managing Partner, Venable LLP
• Jordan Wertlieb, President/GM, WBAL-TV

Other honorees from GBC-member companies and organizations are:

• Richard Alter, President/CEO, Manekin LLC
• Diane Bell-McKoy, President/CEO, Associated Black Charities
• Robert Bogomolny, President, University of Baltimore
• Marty Brunk , Managing Director, RSM McGladrey
• Bradley Chambers, CEO, Union Memorial
• Joseph A. Cooper, Owner, Alex Cooper Auctioneers
• Carmela Coyle, President/CEO, Maryland Hospital Association
• Eugene DeLoatch, Dean, School of Engineering, Morgan State University
• David Giroux, Vice President, T. Rowe Price
• Sheldon Goldseker, Chairman, Goldseker Foundation
• Phoebe Haddon, Dean, University of Maryland School of Law
• Johnny Holliday, “The Voice of the Terrapins,” University of Maryland Athletics
• Ozzie Newsome , General Manager, Baltimore Ravens
• Peter Schmuck, Columnist, The Baltimore Sun
• Martha Smith , President, Anne Arundel Community College
• Ellen Yankellow, President/CEO, Correct Rx Pharmacy Services

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