Jamie McDonald talks to Sloane Brown about why she is stepping down from her role as UpSurge Baltimore’s CEO and about how the death of Pava LaPere has affected her.
Chrissy Thornton, president and CEO of Associated Black Charities, talks about how she and the organization are adapting, and what their mutual goals are.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin joins Sloane Brown to talk about his decision not to run for re-election, as he looks back on his 58-year career in public office.
David Wilson tells Sloane Brown about the challenges he faces as president of Morgan State University — and how he not only looks for those challenges, but welcomes them.
Annie Milli tells Sloane Brown about the mission of Live Baltimore, where she is the executive director. She explains how she – and everyone there – put their money where their mouths are, living in the city they promote.
The Greater Baltimore Committee’s new president/CEO, Mark Anthony Thomas, talks to Sloane Brown about his first six months on the job, why both the right and left sides of his brain are up to the task, and why happiness is an important goal for him.
Maryland State Comptroller Brooke Lierman joins Sloane Brown to talk about how she's been settling into her new job — and what surprises she’s already encountered.
Sloane Brown talks with Jack Mitchell, Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home president, about his new role as president of the National Funeral Directors Association, how his industry – like any other – has its “trends” and why he regards his job as an honor.
Maryland’s new secretary of commerce, Kevin Anderson, joins Sloane Brown to talk about how his varied career prepared him for this latest position, what he’s learned about himself along the way and what his new goals are.
Amy Brennan joins Sloane Brown to talk about her new role at Hollywood Casino Perryville and her journey as one of the few women executives in the gaming industry.
Renée Hutchins, dean of the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, talks about why she returned to take over that role, her passion for the field of law and more.
Dr. Mohan Suntha talks about how his work as a radiation oncologist helped prepare him for some of the challenges he has faced leading the University of Maryland Medical System through the COVID-19 crisis.