b'Jerray L. SlocumAssistant Vice President Business Development Officer & CRA Officer|Severn Bank/Shore United BankRegion: Southern; 2020 Leadership Anne ArundelJerray, a resident of Odenton, earned a BS in Business Administration from University of MarylandEastern Shore. He is active with Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, Rotary Club of Annapolis,Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, and Baltimore Washington Hospital Foundation. Jerray enjoys family time, reading, and vacationing.Book Recommendation: Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun? by Reginald F. LewisDaniel K. Danny Thompson Executive Director|Somerset County Economic DevelopmentRegion: EasternDanny, a resident of Princess Anne, earned a degree in Business Administration from Salisbury State College. He is active with High School Sports Official, Church Band (Trumpet), Crisfield Area Chamber of Commerce, and Maryland Economic Development Association. Danny enjoys sports, church, family time, and networking. Book Recommendation: Gifted Hands by Ben Carson, MD.Ashley A. WatersExecutive Director|Woman to Woman MentoringRegion: Western; 2020 Leadership Frederick County; 2010 Maryland Public Service Scholars - Walter Sondheim Nonprofit Leadership FellowAshley, a resident of Frederick, earned a BA in International Politics from Penn State University, a masters from Towson University, and DPA from the University of Baltimore. She is active with the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek, Fredericks Oktoberfest, Leadership Frederick County Council, and Woman to Woman Mentoring. Ashley enjoys family outings, hiking, and is a craft beer enthusiast.Book Recommendation: Give and Take by Adam GrantFrancine E. WatersMultimodal Transportation Project Specialist|Maryland Department of TransportationRegion: Capital; 2005 Leadership MontgomeryFrancine, a resident of Silver Spring, earned a BA in Speech & Drama from The Catholic University of America. She is a member of the NAIOP Leadership Committee, Montgomery Women, an officer in the Eastern Holland Lop Specialty Club, and a life member of the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair. Book Recommendation: Good to Great by Jim Collinswww.leadershipmd.org25'