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Since our first class came together in 1993, Leadership Maryland has provided a safe forum for local leaders to engage on the vital issues affecting our state and work to build solutions for real, actionable change. Now, we are bringing these dynamic conversations to the airwaves with our new podcast. Each month, our hosts welcome local business and community leaders from all sectors, industries, and geographic regions in Maryland to discuss the current trends and issues impacting how we wor ...
 
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In this episode, Eric Brotman ’09 (LM), and guest host Eliot Pfanstiehl (LM) are joined by Eli Modlin ’19 (LM), Chief of Staff and Director of Government and Community Relations at Salisbury University. Eli and the hosts discuss how Salisbury University has navigated political, social, and COVID-19 issues, while faculty and staff have worked togeth…
 
In this episode, Sean Looney ‘96, vice president of state government affairs for Comcast NBCUniversal, joins hosts Eric Brotman ‘09, and guest host Eliot Pfanstiehl (LM) for a discussion about the qualities that separate average leaders from outstanding ones. Sean explains why true leaders are defined by their ability to adapt to circumstances, ask…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman ‘09, and guest host Eliot Pfanstiehl (LM) are joined by Joseph DeMattos ‘08, president of the Health Facilities Association of Maryland (HFAM). During the conversation, Eric, Eliot, and Joseph discuss leadership lessons from COVID-19—particularly in the healthcare industry—and how to lead from where you are, while unde…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman ‘09 and guest host Memo Diriker ‘12 are joined by Jim Perdue ‘00, chairman of Perdue Farms. During the episode, Eric, Memo, and Jim discuss how Perdue Farms has navigated the pandemic, the different dynamics of family leadership, and the importance of diversity in decision-making. Covered during the episode: The pandem…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman is joined by the President of the Federation of State Humanities Councils, Phoebe Stein ’10, to discuss the overall mission and values of the councils, why it’s critical to invest in the humanities—art, philosophy, literature, ethics, history, and more—the pandemic’s impact on new leadership roles, and the importance o…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman is joined by Maryland Higher Education Secretary Dr. James Fielder ’98 to discuss the status of higher education in Maryland—including how to move forward as a state during unprecedented times. Throughout the episode, Fielder hones in on the importance of lifelong learning, educated workforces, and how to stay relevant…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman is joined by Eliot Pfanstiehl (LM), who represents all things leadership—having served as program facilitator for Leadership Maryland, Leadership Montgomery, Leadership Southern Maryland, Leadership Washington County, and Leadership Allegany since their inception. Throughout the episode, Eric and Eliot walk listeners t…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman ‘09 is joined by the Executive Vice President of the City of Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC), Kim Clark ’09. Throughout the episode, Kim discusses her unique background, and how it led her to serving 21 years at the BDC, the different challenges of Baltimore City and how to approach them, the pandemic’s impact …
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman and cohost Renée Winsky are joined by Kelly Schulz ’16, Maryland Secretary of Commerce, to discuss how to be a leader that creates change for the community instead of for themselves. Schulz dives into Maryland’s workforce development and how to inspire, encourage, and provide citizens—especially Maryland’s youth and lo…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman '09 and cohost Renée Winsky ‘05 are joined by Alexander Nunez '05, senior vice president of strategy and regulatory affairs for BGE, to discuss leadership in a private sector company, and how there are many pathways to success that can often lead to a stronger, more sustainable, and equitable future for an entire commu…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman and cohost Renée Winsky are joined by Dr. Jean Accius '14 to discuss how leaders can address inequities in the workplace and the aging population, and how to reinvent the system in order to move forward with stronger practices to ensure quality care for all. The principals of a good leader during crisis, focusing on CO…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman and guest host Memo Diriker are joined by Jim Brady to discuss how each of us can play a role in moving forward as a society by recognizing our true foundations, learning to listen, and thinking outside of the box. Recognizing the foundation of our communities through small businesses, higher education, and emerging le…
 
In this episode, Eric Brotman and his guest, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, discuss how to be an innovative leader who inspires change with optimism and mutual trust. Leadership is not about you, it’s about how your community demonstrates their values. How to use positivity and innovation to fuel change. Why leaders are responsible for facilitating the “ha…
 
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