Martin Rosendale

Daily Record Staff//November 3, 2022

Martin Rosendale

By Daily Record Staff

//November 3, 2022

Martin Rosendale

Maryland Tech Council.

In his 20-plus year career in management, Martin Rosendale has been a top executive at a half-dozen companies – including, since 2018, the Maryland Tech Council.

Founded in 1983 and based in Frederick, the council is the largest technology and life sciences trade association in the state. It is a collaborative community whose purpose is to build strong technology and life science industries by providing members the resources needed to succeed.

Asked about his leadership and vision, Rosendale listed his personal values:

Integrity: “Always do what you say you are going to do.”

Success: “Focus on the mission and deliver value.”

Faith in people: “Your team will deliver success if you give them the tools, provide the vision and trust them to execute.”

“In difficult times, it is critical to stay focused on your purpose,” he explained. “Deliver on the value proposition that supports your clients and be strongly mission-driven.”

In response to the pandemic, the organization became more innovative.

“We established a COVID coalition of businesses that assisted each other with access to tools, equipment and supplies,” he said.

The organization also created a task force that has helped more than 125 businesses successfully navigate the pandemic and related economic challenges.

“The move to be more inclusive by using technology to livestream events has expanded our reach internationally,” he added. “All of these actions have allowed us to provide more value and grow our membership to over 600 corporate members.”

This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's Maryland's Most Admired CEOs awards. Some information for this profile was sourced from the honoree's application for the award.


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