Troy LeMaile-Stovall talks to Sloane Brown about how he relies on his range of experiences in engineering, higher education and venture capital in his current position as CEO of TEDCO.
Carim Khouzami talks about how BGE weathered COVID-19, how it’s dealing with high energy prices and what he’s learned in his three years at the helm.
Barcoding Inc. founder/CEO Jay Steinmetz talks to Sloane Brown about how his company has grown in the past 25 years, as well as why this Connecticut native is so devoted to Maryland.
Wendy Bronfein joins Sloane Brown to talk about her roles for Curio Wellness, the largest medical cannabis company in Maryland, and more.
Sloane Brown talks with Joseph Haskins Jr. about his reasons for creating The Harbor Bank of Maryland, how the pandemic affected the bank and him personally, and more.
Diane Bell-McKoy discusses her recently announced resignation from her role as president/CEO of Associated Black Charities and what her “next chapter” will be.
Ed Mullin explains why he’s just taken on the responsibility of chair of the Baltimore Regional Tech Council and why he is a believer in Maryland’s tech future.
Sloane Brown is joined by Christy Wyskiel, who talks about her exciting role as Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures executive director.
Neil Meltzer, LifeBridge Health president/CEO, joins Sloane Brown to talk about how the past couple of years have only affirmed and expanded the mission of his health care organization.
Maryland Secretary of Commerce Mike Gill joins Sloane Brown to talk about why he returned to the position recently.
Danielle Torain, director of Open Society Institute Baltimore, discusses how COVID-19, issues of racial equity and new motherhood have affected her role.
Terry Sawyer joins Sloane Brown to talk about the challenges of being Loyola University Maryland’s first layperson president, dealing with COVID-19 and more.