The Baltimore Museum of Industry will host Redefining Industry, a networking party recognizing and celebrating extraordinary individuals who are redefining industry and pointing the way to a positive future for Baltimore. The event on May 31 at 6:00PM is a ticketed fundraiser supporting museum programs and exhibitions.
The honorees’ work is grounded in Baltimore’s impressive and complex industrial past and yet it is thoroughly modern. With creativity, commitment, and grit, they are contributing to the economic and social vibrancy of Baltimore and beyond.
● Chris Blume (environmental research)
● Scott Budden (oyster farming)
● Toni Draper (media)
● Smitha Gopal (healthcare technology)
● Laura Gamble (finance)
● Janear Garrus (future entrepreneurs)
● Drew Greenblatt (manufacturing)
● Ryan Lynch (maritime)
● Judy Neff (brewing)
● Jaime Windon (distilling)
● Evan Woodard (urban archaeology)
● Ireatha Leona Woods (fashion design)
“Industry is about people–and this incredible group represents such an interesting variety of industries, from banking to bat research, media to maritime. They really are the future of industry in Baltimore,” says Anita Kassof, Executive Director of the Baltimore Museum of Industry. This event will feature elegant hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, musical entertainment, a Stoop Storytelling performance, and networking opportunities. As always, there is ample free onsite parking for attendees. Tickets, event sponsors, and honoree information available here.