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Diane Bell-McKoy

Diane Bell-McKoy’s career has been focused on providing opportunities for low-income and working poor Marylanders. For years, she led Baltimore’s successful Empowerment Zone, and since 2007, she has been president and CEO of Associated Black Charities, working to...

Patricia J. (PJ) Mitchell

The former vice president of global sales operations for IBM Global Technology Services, a consultant and corporate board member, P.J. Mitchell has served as a mentor and inspiration for Maryland women in business while also developing deep involvement in the United...

Ronald R. Peterson

It would be difficult to overstate Ronald Peterson’s impact on the Johns Hopkins Health System, from which he retired as president at the end of 2017. He transformed the old Baltimore City Hospital into the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, laid the ground work...

Edward (Ed) St. John

The founder of one of the region’s largest commercial and residential real estate development firms, Ed St. John has spent the last decade giving away a fortune to institutions including the Maryland Science Center, Shock Trauma, McDonogh School, Saint Ignatius Loyola...

Ronald M. Shapiro

Best known as a sports agent to superstars like Cal Ripken Jr., Ron Shapiro has become an apostle of win-win negotiations, helping people learn to productively resolve everything from business disputes to international conflicts. In books, speeches and philanthropic...