by Stacey Smith Stacey Smith

Champions of Maryland Manufacturing Webinar #1
Maryland’s Contribution to the Fight Against COVID-19
November 24, 2020
9:30-10:45 a.m.

This program has ended. View recording here.


Moderator: Mike Kelleher, Executive Director, MD MEP (Read Champion story here.)

  • Mary Agnes Sheridan, Director of STEAM, Notre Dame Preparatory School*, Baltimore County (Read Champion story here.)
  • Rick Wincek, VP of Operations,PATRIOT*, Calvert County (Read Champion story here.)
  • Luke Chow, President & CEO, Prime Manufacturing Technologies, Howard County (Read Champion story here.)
  • Marty Rosendale, CEO, Maryland Tech Council

* Winner of the 2020 Champions of Maryland Manufacturing People’s Choice Award in the “Fighting COVID-19” category. Get more People’s Choice Awards details here.

Maryland’s manufacturing ecosystem is playing a pivotal role in the fight against COVID-19. Whether it’s locally with the production of much-needed masks, hand sanitizer and medical gowns, nationally to meet the urgent and increased demand for hospital medical equipment and self-contained treatment “spaces” or globally in the race to develop a vaccine. Statewide, individuals and entities of all sizes are rising to the challenge with initiative, innovation and determination to mitigate the health and business risks presented by the novel Coronavirus. (Read all 2020 Champions of MD Manufacturing Fighting COVID-19 stories here.) Collectively, they illustrate the powerful and positive impact of Maryland manufacturing and the potential for Maryland to be a global leader on the manufacturing front. Join Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI) on November 24th as we talk with organization representatives, company executives, and industry leaders about:

  • the profound impact Maryland is having on the fight against COVID-19
  • strategies employed in the process
  • what can be done to help Maryland scale and capitalize on the positive impact going forward

Cost: $0  Registration is required. This program is being offered via a Zoom video webinar that requires a passcode to log in. An email with log in information will be sent to all registrants within 48 hours of the date of the program. If you have any questions, please email or call Stacey Smith at 443-844-0047.