Appointed by Secretary of Commerce: Randy Altschuler; Christopher Cogrove; Robert J. Daidone; Rodney Hudson; Harry McArthur; Dave Wheatley.
Ex officio: R. Michael Gill, Secretary of Commerce; Dyan L. Brasington, designee of President, Towson University; Lisa L. Webb, designee of Cecil County Executive; James C. Richardson, designee of Harford County Executive; Jeffrey A. Lawson, Ed.D., designee of Cecil County Superintendent of Schools; Robert M. Limpert, designee of Harford County Superintendent of Schools; Mary Way Bolt, Ed.D., President, Cecil College; John F. Mayhorne, designee of President, Harford Community College; Morgan Miller, designee of Director, Cecil County Public Library; Mary L. Hastler, Director, Harford County Public Library; Brig. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford, Commanding General, Aberdeen Proving Ground; Michael A. Galiazzo, Ph.D., Director, Regional Manufacturing Institute.
Representing Governor's Workforce Investment Board: Daniel P. McDermott, Sr.
Representing the Army Alliance: Jill McClune, J.D.
Representing Maryland Advisory Commission on Manufacturing Competitiveness: Jeff B. Fuchs
Representing the Northeastern Maryland Technology Council: Michael A. Parker
Representing the Susquehanna Workforce Network: Bruce A. England
Representing 3D Maryland: Jan Baum
Richard W. Decker II, Executive Director
c/o Harford Business Innovation Center, Room A12
1362 Brass Mill Road, Belcamp, MD 21017
(410) 591-7075, (410) 306-6144, ext. 225
In June 2014, the Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority was established as an independent agency of State government (Chapters 570 & 571, Acts of 2014).
Additive manufacturing is the process of joining materials to make objects from three-dimensional model data (usually layer upon layer) instead of subtractive manufacturing methodologies. The Authority's charge is to move Maryland forward as a leader in additive manufacturing. Through collaboration between business, government, educational institutions, entrepreneurs, and innovators, and by building upon existing additive manufacturing investment and expertise in the Northeast region, the Authority strives to foster economic development in Cecil and Harford counties.
The Authority is managed by an Executive Board consisting of twenty-four voting members. Twelve are appointed to four-year terms, and twelve serve ex officio. The Board selects its own chair and names the Executive Director.
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