The Howard County Chamber of Commerce is not composed of corporations, but rather people who tirelessly provide their support, time and talent to advance the growth and success of Howard County.
Whether you are a small business owner or the CEO of a major company, you share a concern that our community strives to be the best it can be.
Like the diverse individuals who complete the Leadership program each year, Leadership Howard County is an organization that continually challenges itself to be better.
The Community Action Council of Howard County (CAC) named Leadership Howard County as its 2014 Humanitarian Award recipient,
Craig Engelhaupt easily recalls the moment when the Leadership Howard County (LHC) Class of 2004 was lining up applicants, and that news was broached in the office.
The Leadership Howard County (LHC) Endowment at Howard Community College provides scholarship funds to students who incorporate community service in their curriculum and demonstrate the ideals of service to others.
When Karen Cherry, a principal at Lee & Associates, joined the Premier Class of 2015, her family officially set the record as the first three-generation family to participate in Leadership Howard County (LHC).
Looking around the room on the first day of our Leadership Howard County (LHC) Premier Class retreat in September,
Confronted with the magnitude of overwhelming need on the part of many of Howard County’s economically challenged neighbors,
Any endeavor has the potential for success given the right resources, skill and strategy.