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October 15, 2015 John Casner, Executive Director, NMTC
NMTC Announces Three New Board Members
Havre de Grace, MD. – NMTC, a solution-focused organization, connecting business, government and academic leaders in Baltimore, Cecil, and Harford Counties, announces the election of three highly experienced leaders to the NMTC Board of Directors.
Joining the Board of Directors are Dr. Mary Way Bolt, Frank Cardo, and Susan Manning. “All three of our newest Board members embody the spirit of our tech community. They bring talent, expertise, and energy to the council. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen our commitment to regional economic growth.” John Casner, Executive Director.
Dr. Mary Way Bolt, is the newly, elected President of Cecil College where, as Chief Academic Officer, she developed numerous partnerships with businesses and universities to support regional economic development and advance student success.
Dr. Bolt currently serves on the boards of Union Hospital, the Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland (RAMP-MD), and the Northeast Maryland Higher Education Advisory. She also serves on the Cecil County Economic Development Commission and the Susquehanna Workforce Investment Board.
Dr. Bolt earned an associate’s degree in nursing from Cecil College. She received her doctoral degree in higher education and leadership from Widener University. Her post-doctoral studies included the Harvard University Management Development Program.
Frank Cardo, has been an educator for over 20 years. During his career, Mr. Cardo served as a science teacher and assistant principle.
Today, he is the Instructional Coordinator for Science and STEM in the Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS). Under Mr. Cardo’s leadership, all five CCPS high schools are offering AP (Advance Placement) Chemistry, AP Biology and AP Physics. Additionally, he has designed two new courses, Honors Physics and a Research and Design course.
Mr. Cardo earned a MSA degree from University of North Carolina and a BS in Microbiology from University of South Florida and served our nation with the 82nd Airborne, U.S. Army. He also spent time as a missionary in Haiti where he built a Christian radio station. Recently, Mr. Cardo served on the Maryland Science Supervisor Association Board and was their 2013-2015 President.
Sue Manning is an established business development and relationship building veteran. She joins NMTC’s board with years of success in the financial sales arena working with non-profits. Ms. Manning and now serves as Business Development Specialist for Freedom Federal Credit Union.
Before joining Freedom Federal Credit Union Ms. Manning held management positions with AT&T Capital Corporation and Global Payment Solutions. Ms. Manning served as the Vice President of the Maryland American Heart Association and the Harford County Manager for the American Cancer Society.
Ms. Manning is very engaged with the Harford County community. She recently served as Treasurer for Women In Defense, is active with the Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce, Southern Harford Rotary and Co-Chairs the Military Affairs Committee for the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.
Founded in 1991 and comprising over 150 member companies and organizations across Northeastern MD (Cecil, Harford and Baltimore Counties), NMTC is a catalyst for business growth where it: Advances innovation and technology – monthly programs as Expert Tech Meetings and Innovate Connect, that encourages potential inventors to fulfill their dreams, making new business discovery possible; Builds a STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math) educated workforce – programs like Science Cafe, STEM Summit, STEM Nights & Beyond, many of which are nationally recognized for their innovative solutions, these programs help expand the pipeline for STEM educated workers, and Connects Leadership – to exchange ideas and create solutions that drive the economy.
For more information, visit www.nmtc.org