The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce has announced five new members to its Board of Directors. Among the new additions to the Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce’s 2012 – 2013 Board of Directors are two distinguished women in business.
Tracey Holley-Sharp, Senior Sales Manager at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore City joins the Board along with Sharon Pinder, the new Director of the Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-owned Business Development. Rounding out the five new members are Gregory K. Adams, Sr., Development Coach of STOP Renting Institute of America; Bon Whiting, Vice President of Membership at Visit Baltimore; and Keith Zickar, Sr., Senior Vice President, Small Business Banking Manager at Bank of America.
“We welcome the new directors to the Board and look forward to employing their expertise to increase the resources offered by the Baltimore City Chamber to our members,” Sabrina Jones, Board Chairman, said of the new members. “Our priority is to provide meaningful benefits, education, and information they can immediately implement into their business strategy.”
This prestigious group joins existing board members: Nicolas T. Abrams of AJW Financial Partners, Inc.; William Beckford of the Baltimore Development Corporation; Maurice Dixon of Verizon; Catherine Dorsey of Dorsey & Cooper Realty, Inc.; Michael Graham of Minority Business & Consumer Resources; Kenneth Grant of Johns Hopkins Health System; Sabrina Jones of Walters Relocations, Inc. (Chair of the Board); Jules Sonny Morstein of Morstein’s Jewelers Inc.; Carla A. Nelson of The Nelson Ideation Group, Inc.; Hal Resnick of Basehart; Judy Schaefer of Express Connect, Inc.; and John Walters of Walters Relocations, Inc.
The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce is a business organization whose mission is to promote business interaction among its members, to provide information and resources for its members, and to advocate the adoption of a pro-business agenda by the City of Baltimore and the region on behalf of its members. For more information about The Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce, our events, educational forums, and resources, visit our website at www.baltimorecitychamber.org.