Maryland Tech Council in the News
By: The City of Frederick - October 23, 2017
Two area organizations – the Maryland Tech Council and Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. - are on a mission to connect area technology and cybersecurity firms in Frederick.
The Maryland Tech Council (MTC) is a technology and life sciences trade association with over 500 members. What you might not know is that the MTC offers a local opportunity to connect each week! The Maryland Tech Council holds weekly office hours in the City of Frederick at 118 N. Market St., room 327 on Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Read more
By: Julie Miller, MDBIZ News - May 15, 2017
inMD will provide an online platform that allows Maryland’s interns to connect with industry professionals. The platform, in its final stages of development, will help students find internships, identify mentors, and collaborate with other interns throughout the state. Read more
By: Tim Curtis, The Daily Record - April 27, 2017
BETHESDA -- The Maryland Bio+Tech conference wants to make the state the No. 1 place in the country for the biotech industry. The two-day event, which began Thursday at the North Bethesda Marriott Conference Center and continues through Friday, puts biology and technology companies in the same space, hoping to spur collaboration. “I want deals,” said Tami Howie, president of the Maryland Tech Council. “I want the bio side to meet the tech.” ...
Citybizlist - March 2, 2017
A new organization built by Maryland’s leading technology and life sciences innovators
Tami Howie is the CEO of the Maryland Technology Council, an organization formed from the recent merger of the Technology Council of Maryland, Inc and the Chesapeake Regional Tech Council. As the largest association of its kind in the state, the MTC represents hundreds of regional companies active in the life sciences and technology sectors. Previously executive director of the CRTC, Tami transitioned to become head of the new organization following its establishment earlier this year. Prior to serving Maryland’s technology community in her current capacity, Tami practiced as an attorney.