Date(s) - 12/03/2020
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The leadership of the Northeastern Maryland Technology Council invites regional leaders to a private evening of tasty foods, favorite wines and mutual interest to share the value of joining NMTC. (The NMTC is a non-profit, 501-c (3) corporation ).
It’s December 03, 2020,
5:30 – 7:30PM. At the
220 N Washington St,
Havre De Grace, MD.
During this informal evening, you’ll learn how NMTC programs support you and your organization, and the purpose and value of NMTC membership that we as board members, have enjoyed.
More so, you’ll have a good time exchanging ideas, discussing areas of common interest and getting to know each other.
We chose the Artist Emporium for our social, as the arts can illuminate possibilities in entirely different fields, from healthcare and transportation to agriculture and manufacturing
With this uniquely creative perspective that the arts symbolically provide and NMTC reflects, we begin to see new possibilities when all options seemed closed, or a fresh outlook that bucks the trend of business as usual.
As a leader of your organization, we welcome you to join us at the L2L Social. To do that, please contact one of our NMTC board members, listed below, and state your interest. Do so my December 09, 2019. Otherwise if you prefer, contact John Casner, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once a member, your corporate membership will entitle you and all employees to NMTC benefits, program participation, discounts for fee-based events and importantly, for you as a leader, access our peer advisory provided by the NMTC leadership.
NMTC board members like you, are a diverse group of volunteers hosting 40+ events per year advancing technology & innovation to reinforce global competitiveness, building a STEM- skilled workforce to fill your talent pool, and creating collaborative opportunities to learn from each other.
NMTC Board of Directors
Claudine Adams, Board Chair, President, Bravura Information Technology Systems
Frank Cardo, STEM Programs Coordinator, Cecil County Public Schools
Denise Carnaggio, APG Liaison, Strategic Partnerships, Harford Community College
Dr. Mary Way Bolt, President, Cecil College
Karen Holt, Federal Installation Administrator, Harford County OCED
Michael Janus, Vice President & General Manager, Battelle
Melissa Kuzma, Board Secretary, President, Kuzma Technical Enterprises
John Karabias, Business Development Executive, AECOM
Sue Manning, Board Treasurer, Bus Dev Specialist, Freedom Federal Credit Union
Todd Marks, President, Founder Mindgrub Technologies
Gary Marti, President, GPM Consulting
Jeffrey Mims, Chief Architect, C5ISR solutions, Leidos
Chris Moye, Director, Economic Development, Cecil County
Dr. Michael O’Lear, Chair, Mathematics Department, Towson University
Michael Parke, EVP, Leidos (Ret.)
Dr. Dianna Phillips, President, Harford Community College
Randy Rippin, President, RTR Technologies
Mary Beth Stapleton, Coordinator, Business, Partnerships, Harford County Public Schools
Online bookings are not available for this event.