Maryland Made to Wear

The Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI) celebrated the state’s manufacturing industry by throwing a “fashion show” and party featuring many of the items made in the the state.

The event at the American Visionary Art Museum drew a couple hundred folks from the business and government sectors, who enjoyed some major networking, as well.
Pictured (LtoR) Mike Galiazzo, RMI president; and Todd Sabin, Maryland Department of Commerce manufacturing program manager
Pictured (LtoR) Stacey Smith, RMI director of outreach & events; Matthew Dunlop, Under Armour chief information security officer; and Jim Russell, North American Millwright CFO/COO
Pictured (LtoR) Stevenson University students: Andrea Behrenshausen; Destiny Giles, Allison Sullivan; and Dao Dinh
Pictured (LtoR) Ryan Miller, Critical Functions principal; Josh Plemmons, CFG Bank vice president of commercial banking; and Jeremy Rosendale, Greater Baltimore Committee director of member engagement & external affairs
Pictured (LtoR) Lewis Burroughs, PNC business banker; Josh Matanin, PNC commercial banker/event model; and Tristan Balcer, PNC commercial banker
Pictured (LtoR) Yeshiyah Israel, YBI African Apparel owner/designer; and Sharon Markely Schreiber, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore COO
Pictured (LtoR) Ed Rothstein, ERA Advisors president/owner; Alvin Katz, KatzAbosch founder/director; and Abba Poliakoff, Gordon Feinblatt partner
Pictured (LtoR) Scott Phillips, Baltimore Minority Business Development Agency Advanced Manufacturing Center director; Sara Trenery, Baltimore County Department of Economic Workforce Development business development representative; and Paul Taylor, Baltimore Mayor’s Office Small & Minority Business director
(February 20, 2020 – American Visionary Art Museum)
Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.