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EAGB names new board members

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan heads the list of new members appointed to the board of directors of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, the organization announced Wednesday.

Joining Hogan on the board will be Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford; Mike Gill, the state secretary of commerce; Robert Buckey, Queen Anne’s Couty Executive; Allan Kittleman, Howard County Executive; Steve Schuh, Anne Arundel County Executive; Robert Caret, chancellor of the University System of Maryland; Jeff Detwiler, president and COO of Long & Foster; Kevin Dunbar, CEO of Dunbar Armored; Kathleen Getz, dean of the Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business Management; Ben Horowicz, a principal with Miles & Stockbridge; Bruce Jurist, a partner with Duane Morris; Mark Levy, the managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle; Brian Pieninck, the executive vice president of Carefirst; Bill Struever, the president of Cross Street Partners; Aaron Tomarchio, the vice president of operations with Sparrows Point Terminal; and David Warnockm the managing partner of Camden Partners.

The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore’s board of directors work in collaboration to advance business and economic development in the region.

“Our board is a committed group of community leaders who are central to our mission to promote the region as a world-class market in which to live, work, learn and invest,” said Tom Sadowski, CEO of the Economic Alliance.

The Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore is a not-for-profit economic development organization led by a partnership of regional business executives, elected government officials and leaders from higher education focused on fostering business retention and development, job creation, workforce development and new investment throughout the Greater Baltimore region. The region is defined as Baltimore City and its seven surrounding counties: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Harford, Howard and Queen Anne’s. The Economic Alliance markets Greater Baltimore, and establishes global recognition for the Greater Baltimore area, as a world-class region in which to live, work, learn and invest.