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To celebrate our 10th Anniversary in Charm City, Womble Carlyle will hold a breakfast speakers series featuring prominent leaders and policy experts. These monthly talks are designed to provide guests with insight into the challenges facing Baltimore as well as the exciting opportunities growing in the city. The series begins March 2nd and will run throughout the year, ending December 7. Events will take place once a month, over breakfast at Womble Carlyle's Baltimore Office from 7:30 am - 9:00 am, the first Thursday of every month.
*Space is limited. If you are interested in attending an upcoming breakfast, please contact Candace Gill at 410-545-5838 or CGill@wcsr.com.
Thursday, March 2
Economic Development | Catherine Pugh, Mayor, City of Baltimore
Thursday, April 6
Chesapeake Bay Oyster Recovery | Paul Schurick, Director of Partnerships, Oyster Recovery Partnership
Friday, May 12
The Future of Healthcare | Dennis R. Schrader, Secretary, Department of Health & Mental Hygiene & Al Redmer, Jr., Commissioner, Maryland Insurance Administration
Thursday, June 1
Tedx Talk on Gender Inclusion (with Women of Womble) | Dune Thorne, Head of Boston Office & Head of Client Experience, Brown Advisory
Thursday, June 29
Sport & Corruption | David William Larkin, Esq., International Law, Media, Sports & Anti-Corruption
Thursday, August 4
The End of the World | Researcher, Johns Hopkins University
Thursday, September 7
Thursday, October 5
Thursday, November 2
Thursday, December 7
Baltimore clients and guests heard from two leading healthcare authorities today on one of the most important issues facing the economy, the future of the Affordable Care Act.
The Maryland Tech Council, Maryland Department of Commerce and Breezio have joined forces to launch inMD—the Internship Network of Maryland.
Womble Carlyle’s Baltimore Speaker Series continued April 6 with Paul Schurick, Director of Partnerships for the Oyster Recovery Partnership, discussing the Chesapeake Bay oyster recovery project.