Under the backdrop of the beautiful Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor’s Constellation Room, the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce held its 4th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon honoring seven local women for their outstanding contributions to the City of Baltimore. “Women of Collaboration---Together Small Business Can Make a Difference“ was the theme that signified the mission of this year’s honorees.
The Chamber was proud to honor Bayla Berkowitz, proprietor of Soft and Cozy Baby, Karen I. Campbell, Vice President of State Governmental Affairs – Verizon Mid-Atlantic Region, Sophie Dagenais, Director, Baltimore Civic Site and Initiatives – Annie E. Casey Foundation, Delegate Adrienne Jones, Speaker Pro-Tem-Maryland General Assembly, Donna Langley, Main Streets Initiative Director – Baltimore Development Corporation, Deborah J. Leather, Chair and Professor, Business Administration – Stevenson University, Patricia McLaughlin, Executive Director – The Caroline Center.
Ms. Marsha R, Jews, radio host of “Keep It Moving” on radio station WEAA FM Morgan State University was the Keynote Speaker, charging the honorees and those in attendance to keep on being the beacon of light as it relates to female empowerment.
Many thanks to our sponsors:
- Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Fairfield Inns and Suites
- Maryland Chemical Company
- Walters Relocations
- Hyatt Regency Baltimore On The Inner Harbor
- Maryland Transit Authority
- Baltimore Municipal Credit Union
- M & T Bank