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Next Baltimore County Business Forum Planned For Aug. 25

BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD — The sixth session in the county-hosted “Baltimore County Business Forum – COVID-19 and Beyond” webinar series will be held virtually Tuesday at 1 p.m. Baltimore County’s Deputy Director of Housing and Community Development Terry Hickey will moderate the upcoming 60 minute session during which time community leaders will offer a view from the field, detailing what service providers are seeing, how they’re responding and identifying the critical gaps.

Panelists will include:

United States Senator Ben CardinDr. Daraius Irani, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and Applied Research at Towson UniversityMitch Posner, Executive Director, Community Assistance Network, Inc.Momen Abukhdeir, Chief Data and Performance Officer, Baltimore County GovernmentRenae Davis, Supervising Attorney, Maryland Legal Aid Bureau

“Baltimore County is continuing to work around the clock to respond to this crisis, but we know even more needs to be done. We’re thankful that Baltimore County is home to a strong federal delegation and so many dedicated community partners who are stepping up to help meet the need during this trying time,” said Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, who will offer his perspective on the role of local government coordination with federal partners and the nonprofit sector.

United States Senator Ben Cardin will also join to speak on Congressional actions and the impact on Baltimore County residents.

“The community of non-profit organizations provides invaluable services to local residents, and their assistance is essential both in the midst of the pandemic and as we work to emerge from it,” said Sen. Cardin. “I have been continually impressed by the creativity of Maryland’s non-profit organizations as they have found ways to collaborate with local governments during the pandemic and ensure that their services keep reaching those who often desperately need them. Many non-profits have even expanded their programmatic offerings and their reach in response to this time of acute need. I applaud their unwavering dedication and will continue working equally hard to make certain that the federal government remains a reliable partner in their work.”

Webinar access information is posted on the county website at Recorded video of the completed webinar will be posted there shortly afterward. People are invited to submit questions during the webinar via the live Webex questions feature or in advance by emailing

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