Class of 2018 updates

The Class of 2018 is more than halfway through its leadership year. In addition to the Opening Retreat, the class experienced Environmental Sustainability, Health Care, Public Safety and Baltimore County Government Days already. March is a jam-packed month! On March 8th, the class visited Annapolis for Maryland State Government Day.  This day is always a favorite for class members. This month we heard from speakers Bruce Berano, a lobbyist, as well as Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford, who we enjoyed immensely! The class also got to have lunch with delegates and senators from Baltimore County.

On March 26th we will hold Social Services Day. This day is always cited as one of the most memorable and impactful days of the year as it is one that tends to really challenge our perspectives and teach us about the privilege we hold. Finally, on March 27th the class will experience their cultural evening out at Center Stage to see a performance of Animal Farm.

Nonprofit Spotlight: The Arc Baltimore

Looking for new ways to give back to the Baltimore County community? The Arc Baltimore offers just that. The Arc is dedicated to providing advocacy and high quality, life-changing support for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The nonprofit organization works to match these individuals with companies throughout the community that will offer…

Join Leadership Baltimore County Class of 2019 and Be the Change

Leadership Baltimore County is the only community leadership program in the county and is now accepting applications for the Class of 2019. Now in its 35th year, the elite program educates senior business and community leaders on the issues and challenges facing Baltimore County and the surrounding region. The mission: spend 10 months immersing participants…

Congratulate these LBC alumni on the move for February

Congratulations to Matthew Sturtz, LBC Class of 2003. Matt recently joined Nelson Mullins, a Columbia, South Carolina based law firm, as a litigator for their Baltimore-based expansion office. Ellen Beattie, Class of 2018, has recently accepted a position as Chief, Adult Instructional Services within the Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning at the Maryland Department of…

The Leadership Circle Profile

  There are many unique components to the LBC experience that you cannot replicate elsewhere. One of these valuable assets is the Leadership Circle Profile 360 assessment. We are the only leadership program in the area that offers this particular tool.  The Leadership Circle Profile (TLCP) is a true breakthrough among 360 degree assessments. It…

LBC Alumni on the Move!

Raymond Daniel Burke, ’86: Ray’s most recent op/ed in the Baltimore Sun on guns in the American culture is certainly worth a read: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-op-0218-gun-culture-20180216-story.html Kevin Kempske, ’04: Kevin was promoted to President and CEO of GKV Advertising. Kevin has been with GKV since 1998. Ammanuel Moore, ’17: Congratulations on being promoted to External Affairs Manager…

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR CLASS OF 2019!

Leadership Baltimore County is now accepting applications from seasoned leaders unafraid to tackle difficult issues and act as catalysts for positive change in their organization.  If you are interested in the program, and haven’t attended an information session, yet, check out our EVENTS page to register for an upcoming session. These are FREE but required for…

LBC Alumni on the move

Barry Williams, ’94: Continues his commitment of serving our community by being elected to the board of directors for the YMCA of Central Maryland. Stephen Smith, ’93: Congratulations for being appointed to the Baltimore County Economic Development Commission Board. Joseph Jennings, Jr., ’12: Kudos for being promoted to managing director for the Greater Maryland Market…

LBC in the News

Please note, to access some of these articles you need to have a subscription to the publication. LBC Announces Class of 2018 Elizabeth Paal, ’13, named Vice President of United Way Central Maryland’s Emerging Leaders. Joe Jennings Jr, ’12, named VP and Managing DIrector, PNC Wealth Management Leadership Baltimore County Graduates Class of 2017 Lisa…

Welcome Class of 2018!

Rochelle Archelus, Baltimore County Public Schools; Jen Aubert-Utz, Baltimore County Fire Department; Ellen Beattie, CCBC; JD Blewett, Bay Bank; Michael A Bullis, IMAGE Center of Maryland; Dean Bush, BGE Home; Keisha Campbell, Morgan State University; Captain Michael Cortes III, Baltimore County Police Department; Jim Dahlgren, WPM Real Estate Management; Pattie Dash, National Kidney Foundation of Maryland;…