Maryland Lobbying & Government Relations News
Each April we at HJM have the pleasure of sharing with our clients and colleagues some of the highlights from the 90 day session of the Maryland General Assembly. This is by no means an exhaustive list of all the law that came out of the last three months, but merely a sampling of the legislation most likely to affect our state. We hope you find this a valuable resource. 2017 Legislative Wrap-Up
Lisa Harris Jones is featured in The Daily Record’s January publication of Path to Excellence, a Women’s Guide to Business. Ms. Jones shares her story and thoughts on how women lobbyists in Annapolis are taking a more prominent role in Maryland politics and governance. Read more here.
Lisa Harris Jones has served as a member of TravelCenters of America LLC (Nasdaq: TA) board since 2013 and is Chair of TA’s Nominating and Governance Committee. Today, TA announced that it will be honored by the Women’s Forum of New York at its 2017 Breakfast of Corporate Champions to be held in New York City on November 14th. TA will receive special recognition for approaching gender parity with 40% of its Board of Directors’ seats held by women. Lisa Harris Jones and Barbara D. Gilmore are independent directors on TA’s Board. Read more here.
Maryland Matters, a site for news about Maryland government and politics, recognized Ashlie Bagwell as a “Winner” for her pro bono work for the 10-year-old kid who wanted to make chromite the official state mineral. “Sine Die: The Winners and Losers”
Lisa Harris Jones was recently recognized by Savoy Magazine as one of the 2016 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors. In addition, Savoy Magazine published an article highlighting Lisa Harris Jones as Maryland’s Hardest Working Lobbyist. Congratulations Lisa!
The Odyssey School is proud to share that SB15/HB278 was signed into law today! This bill will allow for the creation of a task force to study the implementation of a dyslexia education program and presents a statewide commitment to furthering early intervention and dyslexia awareness. Its passage demonstrates a monumental step forward in the lives of children throughout the State of Maryland. Odyssey trustee & parent, Lisa Harris Jones and Sean Malone, provided invaluable vision, guidance, and support throughout this process. The entire Odyssey School community extends Lisa, Sean, and the Maryland State Legislature sincere gratitude and appreciation for making this landmark Bill possible.
On April 26, 2016, Baltimorean’s voted the following individuals to be their Democratic Party candidate for the City’s elected offices in the 2016 General Election on November 8, 2016. For your reference, HJM compiled short bios on each Democratic Party candidate who won their respective primary. We hope you find this a valuable resource. 2016 Baltimore City Election Results
Philip D. Cronin was recently recognized by the Living Classrooms Foundation and the Baltimore Business Journal as a “Rising Star,” an award recognizing outstanding young leaders for their achievements and philanthropic efforts. Congratulations Phil!
Philip Cronin passed the Maryland State Bar Exam. Job well done, Philip!
Tammy Stinnett was recognized as a Leader in the Workplace by YWCA Greater Baltimore. Congratulations, Tammy!
The Maryland General Assembly adjorned the 2012 legislative session Sine Die.
HJM is proud to announce that Paul G. Wood has joined its government relations team. For the last ten years, Paul served as the chief lobbyist for Verizon’s state and local government affairs in Maryland. Welcome aboard, Paul!
HJM congratulates Sean Malone on his appointment to the Maryland Athletic Commission
Kevin Joyce was sworn in as a member of the Maryland Bar. Congratulations, Kevin!
Harris Jones & Malone launches new website.
Lisa Harris Jones ranks among Maryland’s Top 5 highest-earning lobbyists for third year in a row 05/17/2011 Sean Malone named “Maryland Influencer” by Campaigns & Elections Magazine 01/01/2011 “Making Your Dream a Reality: Tips for Owning Your Own Firm” – Law Practice Today – by Lisa Harris Jones