"MAKING MONEY AND HAVING FUN, WHILE WE ARE LEARNING… IT'S OK TO BE INDEPENDENT, BUT THERE IS NO REASON TO BE ALONE.

We’ve had an outstanding response to the concept of CEOs meeting other CEOs, gaining insights from each other and sharing relevant information. Through speakers, panels, roundtables or the one-on-one exchange of ideas between CEOs, we provide our Members, with critical, up-to-date information to help them become more successful leaders and run more profitable organizations.

The club meets eight times a year for a half-day luncheon program. A member of one chapter is a member of all chapters. The morning is spent in roundtables and a speaker usually concludes the program. Other meetings are also scheduled with no speaker, or with site visits or with members from other countries.

NEXT EVENT

Baltimore Business Insights

11.00 am - 2.00 pm Royal Sonesta Harbor Court

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - Rhonda Pringle is the Market President and Publisher for the Baltimore Business Journal. She is the paper's first woman and first African American to serve as publisher.
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About Rhonda Pringle

Prior to joining the Baltimore Business Journal, Rhonda served as the Sales Director for the Phoenix Business Journal. Under her leadership, the sales division saw significant growth and was recognized with an American Eagle award for Excellence. Rhonda has over 25 years of media and marketing experience, having started her career as a reporter with the Florida Times-Union and then in various sales and marketing management roles for some of the largest media companies in the U.S. where she worked with small businesses and Fortune 100 companies. Rhonda was recognized as a "World Class Leader" by the National Ad Council and "A Leader to Watch" by the National Association of Black Journalists.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Rhonda is a proud graduate of the University of Florida, where she holds a Bachelor's of Science in Journalism. A passionate proponent of child welfare, Rhonda served several years on the grant review board of the Season for Sharing Foundation and is a charter board member of BESTWA, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting with the needs of children in Liberia. She currently sits on the Center Club's Board of Governors and the board of the Executive Alliance of Greater Baltimore as well as serving on a number of local nonprofit committees.
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