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THE BUSINESS ALBUM

Business Impact Summit unites business leaders around community engagement

Northrop Grumman was well-represented at Business Volunteers Maryland’s inaugural Business Impact Summit with Vice President Howard Lurie, Corporate Citizenship Manager Melissa Sandlin, Program Manager Stephanie Baker and Corporate Citizenship Specialist Jeanne McQuirk attended the event. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Northrop Grumman was well-represented at Business Volunteers Maryland’s inaugural Business Impact Summit with Vice President Howard Lurie, Corporate Citizenship Manager Melissa Sandlin, Program Manager Stephanie Baker and Corporate Citizenship Specialist Jeanne McQuirk attended the event. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Mark Mullican, left, the president and CEO of The Columbia Bank, caught up with Ron Causey, the CEO of SC&H Group, during the its inaugural Business Impact Summit. Mullican was also a featured speaker at the event. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Mark Mullican, left, the president and CEO of The Columbia Bank, caught up with Ron Causey, the CEO of SC&H Group, during the its inaugural Business Impact Summit. Mullican was also a featured speaker at the event. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

From left, Ron Causey, the CEO of SC&H Group; Mack McGee , vice president and chief marketing officer of SC&H Group and a featured speaker at the event; and John Hoey, president and CEO of The Y of Central Maryland and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member, were on hand for the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

From left, Ron Causey, the CEO of SC&H Group; Mack McGee , vice president and chief marketing officer of SC&H Group and a featured speaker at the event; and John Hoey, president and CEO of The Y of Central Maryland and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member, were on hand for the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Bolton Partners’ colleagues Agatha Arlington, left, the director of administrative services, and Erryn Claxton, a technical administrative assistant, enjoy their time at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Bolton Partners’ colleagues Agatha Arlington, left, the director of administrative services, and Erryn Claxton, a technical administrative assistant, enjoy their time at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

From left, Stacey Ullrich, the head of global philanthrophy with Under Armour, executive director of the UA Foundation and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member; Mack McGee , vice president and chief marketing officer of SC&H Group and a featured speaker at the eventl; and John Dinkel, a principal wutg DBD LLC, former publisher of the Baltimore Business Journal and a BVMD board member, attended the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

From left, Stacey Ullrich, the head of global philanthrophy with Under Armour, executive director of the UA Foundation and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member; Mack McGee , vice president and chief marketing officer of SC&H Group and a featured speaker at the eventl; and John Dinkel, a principal wutg DBD LLC, former publisher of the Baltimore Business Journal and a BVMD board member, attended the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Mark Mullican, left, the president and CEO of The Columbia Bank and a featured speaker at the event; Kristen Shock, the senior director of office of strategic industries and entrepreneurship with the Maryland Department of Commerce; Renee Christoff, a vice president with T. Rowe Price Group; and Richard Silberstein, president of Silberstein Insurance Group, take time for a photo during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Mark Mullican, left, the president and CEO of The Columbia Bank and a featured speaker at the event; Kristen Shock, the senior director of office of strategic industries and entrepreneurship with the Maryland Department of Commerce; Renee Christoff, a vice president with T. Rowe Price Group; and Richard Silberstein, president of Silberstein Insurance Group, take time for a photo during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

T. Rowe Price Group colleagues Kevin Shea, a senior manager in the firm’s corporate social responsibility group; Stacey Horn, executive director of the T. Rowe Price Foundation; and Melissa Cheek, a senior corporate social responsibility consultant, enjoy their time at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

T. Rowe Price Group colleagues Kevin Shea, a senior manager in the firm’s corporate social responsibility group; Stacey Horn, executive director of the T. Rowe Price Foundation; and Melissa Cheek, a senior corporate social responsibility consultant, enjoy their time at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Bradie Barr, left, the president of Transamerica and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member, meets up with Jim Dickinson, the assistant vice president for career services with Loyola University Maryland, during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Bradie Barr, left, the president of Transamerica and a Business Volunteers Maryland board member, meets up with Jim Dickinson, the assistant vice president for career services with Loyola University Maryland, during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Jess Oring, left, a public relations and social media manger with Medifast Inc.; poses for a photo with Stephanie Baker, a program manager with Northop Grumman during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. Both Oring and Baker are 2017 Business Volunteers GIVE alumni. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Jess Oring, left, a public relations and social media manger with Medifast Inc.; poses for a photo with Stephanie Baker, a program manager with Northop Grumman during the inaugural Business Impact Summit. Both Oring and Baker are 2017 Business Volunteers GIVE alumni. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Kelly Hodge-Williams, far left, the president and CEO of Business Volunteers Maryland, get a photos with John Hoey, the president and CEO of The Y of Central Maryland and a BVMD board member, as well as Eric Sommerville, the executive director of volunteerism and community engagement wth The Y of Central Maryland at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Kelly Hodge-Williams, far left, the president and CEO of Business Volunteers Maryland, get a photos with John Hoey, the president and CEO of The Y of Central Maryland and a BVMD board member, as well as Eric Sommerville, the executive director of volunteerism and community engagement wth The Y of Central Maryland at the inaugural Business Impact Summit. (Photo courtesy of Business Volunteers Maryland)

Business Volunteers Maryland, a Baltimore-based nonprofit and community catalyst which matches individual and business volunteers with nonprofit partners, hosted its inaugural Business Impact Summit Nov. 8 at the Loyola University Graduate Center in Timonium.

The event attracted 125 Baltimore-area business leaders who engaged in interactive breakout sessions, participated in roundtable discussions and networking sessions.

Attendees also had the opportunity to learn from dynamic leaders who have been strategic in leveraging community engagement to grow their businesses and affect change, including Doug Becker, CEO of Laureate Education Inc., and Carolyn Berkowitz, the former president of the Capital One Foundation.

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