Under the backdrop of the beautiful Hyatt Regency, the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce held its 5th Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon honoring six local women for their outstanding contributions to the City of Baltimore. "What's Your Glory" was the theme that signified the mission of this year’s honorees.
The Chamber was proud to honor Ejide Fashina - community development advocate for the Federal Aviation Administration, Ginger Miller - small non-profit innovator, Bonita Bush - corporate leader of MECU of Baltimore Inc, Tammira Lucas - small business innovator of "The Business Dr.", Michelle Brown - government advocate for the Office of United States Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, and Monica Mitchell - education advocate for Wells Fargo Bank.
Journalist April Ryan author of "The Presidency in Black and White" was the Keynote Speaker.
Many thanks to our sponsors:
- Baltimore Deveopment Corporation
- Walters Relocations
- The City of Baltimore
- Hyatt Regency Baltimore On The Inner Harbor
- Morgan State University
- John Hopkins Medicine
- Wells Fargo