ANNUAL ARMY ALLIANCE BREAKFAST HELD NOVEMBER 15, 2018
The Army Alliance held its Annual Breakfast, "Shaping the Future: Growing the Edgewood Defense Community," at the RIchlin Ballroom, Edgewood. A panel of experts addressed the many ongoing initiatives, inside and outside the Edgewood Aberdeen Proving Ground gate, and provided insights on the changes in store for Edgewood.
·Mr. John Resta, Director Army Public Health Center
·Dr. Eric Moore, Director Chemical and Biological Center, U.S. Army RDECOM
·COL Rob Phillips, Garrison Commander, Aberdeen Proving Ground
·Dr. Dianna Phillips, President, Harford Community College
·Ms. Karen Holt, Federal Installation Administrator, Harford County Office of Community and Economic Development
·Ms. Quynh Budzynski, Business Development and Marketing Manager Blind Industries and Services of Maryland, Route 40 Business Association
CLICK HERE to view the talking points provided by our panel.
SAVE THE DATES:
Army Alliance Luncheon, March 13, 2019
Army Alliance Dinner, June 3, 2019
CHESAPEAKE SCIENCE & SECURITY CORRIDOR NAMED 2018 'GREAT AMERICAN DEFENSE COMMUNITY'
The Chesapeake Science & Security Corridor (CSSC) is one of five communities across the country named to the 2018 class of Great American Defense Communities, the Association of Defense Communities (ADC) announced with USAA, the initiative’s official sponsor.
The Great American Defense Communities, now in its third year, recognizes military communities and regions that help improve the quality of life for service members and military families. Communities are chosen through a competitive nomination process based on community building and integration, support and collaboration, educational and employment opportunities, and family support.
CLICK HERE to read more about this prestigious national award.