Appointed by Secretary of Commerce: Randy Altschuler; Christopher Cosgrove; Robert J. Daidone; Rodney Hudson; Harry McArthur; Dave Wheatley.
Ex officio: R. Michael Gill, Secretary of Commerce; John Desmone, designee of President, Towson University; Mark Schlein, designee of Commanding General, Aberdeen Proving Ground; Michael A. Galiazzo, Ph.D., Director, Regional Manufacturing Institute.
Ex officio, Cecil County: Lisa L. Webb, designee of County Executive; Jeffrey A. Lawson, Ed.D., designee of Superintendent of Schools; Mary Way Bolt, Ed.D., President, Cecil College; Morgan Miller, designee of Director, County Public Library.
Ex officio, Harford County: Karen L. Holt, designee of County Executive; Robert M. Limpert, designee of Superintendent of Schools; John F. Mayhorne, designee of President, Harford Community College; Mary L. Hastler, Director, County Public Library.
Ex officio (nonvoting): Richard W. Decker II, Executive Director, Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland
Appointed by Executive Director, Governor's Workforce Development Board: Daniel P. McDermott, Sr.
Appointed by Chair, Maryland Advisory Commission on Manufacturing Competitiveness: Jeff B. Fuchs
Appointed by Executive Director, Army Alliance: Jill McClune, J.D.
Appointed by Executive Director, Northeastern Maryland Technology Council: Michael A. Parker
Appointed by Executive Director, Susquehanna Workforce Network: Bruce A. England
Appointed by Director, 3D Maryland: one vacancy
Richard W. Decker II, Executive Director
2021 Pulaski Highway, Suite D, Havre de Grace, MD 21078
The Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland originated when the Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority was established in June 2014 as an independent agency of State government (Chapters 571, Acts of 2014). In July 2016, the Authority reformed as the Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland (Chapter 444, Acts of 2016).
Additive manufacturing is the process of joining materials to make objects from three-dimensional model data (usually layer upon layer) instead of from subtractive manufacturing methodologies. The Partnership'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 Partnership strives to foster economic development in Cecil County and Harford County.
The Partnership is managed by an Executive Board consisting of at least twenty-four voting members. Twelve are appointed to four-year terms, and twelve serve ex officio. Each organization in Maryland that is focused on additive manufacturing and is interested in collaborating with the Partnership may appoint a representative to the Executive Board. The Board selects the chair and names the Executive Director (Code Economic Development Article, sec. 13-1203).
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