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Norman R. Augustine

Retired Lockheed Martin CEO Norman Augustine has had a profound influence on U.S. defense and space policies over his long career, and he has been unfailingly generous in providing his expertise to organizations like the Red Cross and Boy Scouts as well as to his...

The Honorable Robert M. Bell

Robert Bell’s first exposure to the courts came when, as a 16-year-old Dunbar student, he was arrested on trespassing charges while engaged in a lunch counter sit-in. His last was as chief justice of the Maryland Court of Appeals. In between, he served as a pioneer in...

Chet Burrell

After decades in the health care industry, Chet Burrell took over as CEO of Maryland’s largest insurer, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in 2007. There, he helped lead the transformation of Maryland’s health care system with innovations that incentivized high quality...

Joseph Haskins, Jr.

When Joseph Haskins co-founded Harbor Bank of Maryland, it was the first minority-owned, full-service commercial bank in Baltimore’s history. Thirty-six years later, it is one of only a handful of such institutions in America. Despite increasing pressures, Mr. Haskins...

Mark and Patricia Joseph

He is a former chairman of the city’s school board, she is a former dean at Stevenson University, so it is no surprise that Mark and Patricia Joseph have focused their extensive philanthropy on education, particularly programs related to school readiness and...