The Ambassador Committee will support MTC’s plan to retain and recruit new members and create a sense of excitement for success in achieving its membership goals.
Bio+Tech18 supports MTC’s mission by providing a forum for life science and technology professionals to exchange ideas and explore partnerships. In addition, Bio+Tech18 supports MTC’s vision of positioning Maryland as a top-three innovation economy for technology and life sciences as well as the next “Silicon Valley” for these two industries. To participate, you must be an MTC member.
The Capital Forum is devoted to peer-to-peer networking and programs highlighting the latest topics of interest for the region’s leading financial executives and professionals. The Capital Forum committee assists in planning programming, soliciting sponsorships and securing event attendees. In order to participate on the committee, you must be a member of the Maryland Tech Council.
Maryland Tech Council’s Government Relations Committee advises and directs association advocacy efforts with legislators and policymakers on issues of importance to the technology and life science industries. The Government Relations Committee meets periodically to educate members on what policymakers are doing to impact the tech and biotech communities, shape the government relations strategy, take positions on important legislation and to develop policy priorities.
The Industry Awards Celebration is MTC’s largest signature event, where we recognize the companies and individuals in the region who make a difference. This event celebrates the veteran companies and startups, the CEOs and CFOs who are lighting the way and inspiring us all. Committee members are charged with soliciting top-notch nominations and sponsorships. To serve on the committee, you must be an MTC member.
The Women’s Executive Forum is open to executive level women in the industry. The mission is to advance women through educational peer interactions and networking opportunities. The forum is committed to enabling women to lead with passion, act as mentors to others and make a difference in the community. To participate, you must be an MTC member and a current C-suite, senior, director of partner level.
Maryland Tech Council’s Workforce Development/STEM Committee serves as a proactive advisory group to sustain and grow a knowledge-based economy and to identify the next generation of skilled workers through by developing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills. The Workforce Development/STEM Committee will serve as the Mid-Atlantic’s clearinghouse for workforce shortage issues, solutions and activities and to ensure the universities/colleges curriculum are producing enough qualified, skilled workers to meet industry’s demand.
Maryland Tech Council’s Young Professionals Society (YPS) serves to advance young professionals throughout the state of Maryland through leadership and professional development, networking opportunities and educational events. The YPS committee aids in producing programming that supports young professionals in expanding their networks and developing their careers.