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Maryland Business and Civic Hall of Fame 2018 class

From a diverse and accomplished pool of nominees, The Sun has selected 11 men and women for the 2018 class of its Maryland Business and Civic Hall of Fame. This year’s group, which includes pioneers in the law, finance, business, technology and philanthropy, will profiled in a special section of...

2018 Honorees

Hall of Fame, Class of 2017

  • KAL: Sun Hall of Fame, Class of 2017

    KAL: Sun Hall of Fame, Class of 2017

  • Baltimore Sun's 2017 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Barbara Mikulski

    Barbara Mikulski

    Everybody in Maryland knows Barbara Mikulski, Baltimore's warrior for the working class. Her rise from Highlandtown social worker and community activist to political glass ceiling buster as a five-term U.S. senator (setting the record as longest-serving woman in the Senate as well as the first...

  • Baltimore Sun's 2017 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: David Cordish

    David Cordish

    Hanging in the lobby of David Cordish's office is a framed ledger his grandfather used to record the monthly rent payments on the apartments he owned near what is now Mondawmin Mall. It's a reminder both of just how deep Mr. Cordish's family roots run in the real estate business and of just how...

  • Baltimore Sun's 2017 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: George Russell Jr.

    George Russell Jr.

    To call George Russell Jr. a pioneering African-American lawyer is entirely warranted. He is a man of notable firsts — first black Circuit Court judge in Maryland, first black city solicitor of Baltimore, first credible black mayoral candidate in the city, first black appeals court judge in the...

  • Baltimore Sun's 2017 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Henry A. Rosenberg Jr.

    Henry A. Rosenberg Jr.

    Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. can't recall giving much serious thought to living anywhere but Maryland, which is good news given his family's lasting impact on the Baltimore region. He was born into wealth — he's a direct descendent of the Blaustein family, the Linthuanian immigrants who founded the American...

  • Baltimore Sun's 2017 Business and Civic Hall of Fame honoree: Lainy LeBow-Sachs

    Lainy LeBow-Sachs

    Lainy LeBow-Sachs remembers the moment her life changed. She saw a flyer for someone who was running to be the city's next mayor. Her children in school, the Massachusetts native was interested in getting a job, but her professional experience was limited to a two-year stint as a second-grade teacher...

Hall of Fame, Class of 2016

2016 Special section
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