b'Jonathan H. Jon Bratt Associate Vice President for Enterprise Resilience|University of Maryland, BaltimoreRegion: Central Jon, a resident of Ellicott City, earned a BS from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, a MS from Rochester Institute of Technology, and is currently in the Disaster Science & Management PhD program at the University of Delaware. Jon serves on the board of the American Red Cross of Central Maryland, on the Governors Emergency Management Advisory Committee, and volunteers with the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department. Jon enjoys playing ice hockey and soccer and is a recreational pilot.Book Recommendation: Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community by Robert PutnamJennifer L. Jen Brown SoMD 2030 Workforce Development & TPP Programs Director|The Patuxent PartnershipRegion: Southern; 2019 Leadership Southern MarylandJen, a resident of Leonardtown, earned a BS in Speech/Language Pathology from Loyola University of Maryland and a masters from Webster University. She is active with Leadership Southern Maryland and is a board member of the Pax River Naval Air Museum. She recently served a term on SMCs Commission for Women. Jen enjoys time with her daughters, travel and jewelry making. Book Recommendation: Atomic Habits by James ClearLinda Schaefer Cameron Vice President, Philanthropy|Kennedy Krieger InstituteRegion: Central Linda, a resident of Hunt Valley, Baltimore County, earned a BA in Political Science from the University of Richmond and an MBA from Loyola University Maryland. She is active with Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, Roland Park Country School, Grace United Methodist Church, and Patterson Memorial Association. Linda enjoys time with family and friends, travel and art. Melissa A. Clark, MPA Associate Director|Maryland Area Health Education Center WestRegion: Western; 2007 Leadership AlleganyMelissa, a resident of Fort Ashby, WV, earned a BS in Mass Communications from Frostburg StateUniversity and a masters from Grand Canyon University. She is active with County United Way, Maryland Rural Health Association, Hyndman Area Health Center and other community organizations. Melissa enjoys spending time with her grown sons, walking, and cheering on her favorite sports teams. Book Recommendation: Dopesick by Beth Macy Neil J. Coffee Chief Technology Officer|E-Risk ServicesRegion: Capital; Maryland Leadership WorkshopsNeil, a resident of Ellicott City, earned a BA in Economics from Columbia University and a masters from the University of Maryland. He is active with Special Olympics Maryland and Maryland Leadership Work-shops. Neil enjoys bicycling, skiing, 3-D printing and word puzzles. Book Recommendation: Gang Leader for a Day by Sudhir Venkateshwww.leadershipmd.org17'