The last few years have featured several changes for the Howard County Chamber of Commerce, highlighted by a new program in GovConnects and the hiring of a new president late in 2014. With those changes come the integration of new ideas, initiatives and processes.
Salute to Howard County Chamber of Commerce
A Discussion With Board Chair Miles Coffman
Miles Coffman, a vice president at M&T Bank, has served as Howard County Chamber of Commerce board chair for two years, and at the May 19 annual meeting will pass […]
Letter From President & CEO Leonardo McClarty
Dear Chamber Members and Friends: Spring is always a refreshing time period. It is during this time of seasonal change that the weather warms, flowers bloom and we emerge from […]
Letter From the Chair-Elect Jeff Agnor
Howard County is undergoing an extraordinary transformation. The continued development of Downtown Columbia and Maple Lawn is changing our skyline and promises to attract a more diverse and vibrant community.
Turf Valley’s Mangione: A Family Man of the People
There are a few things that you might know, or might have noticed, about Turf Valley’s General Manager Pete Mangione.
Cyber Conference Tackles Critical Infrastructure & The Internet of Things
Not a day goes by that there is not a newspaper article, television news segment or elected official commenting on a security breach or the threat of cyberwarfare. From national retailers to international conflict, cyberintelligence has changed the way we live and operate our businesses.
Visit Sunny Spain With the Chamber
It’s May. Flowers are just starting to bud; trees are green. The last winter blasts of April are gone.
Personal Perspective: There’s Room to Grow in the Young Professionals Network
About five years ago, I was living half in Alexandria, Va., and half in Annapolis.
Tower Federal Credit Union a Longstanding Community Resource
Tower Federal Credit Union was founded in 1953 when seven people contributed $5 each. Starting small, Tower had a mission to serve the financial needs of the employees of the [unnamed] government agency where those founders worked.
GovConnects Comes Into Its Own
Now in its fourth year, GovConnects continues to evolve and reinvent itself as it strives to implement its mission to educate, advocate and better connect the local federal government contracting community members with government customers, research and academic resources and each other.