ATD Maryland is under the direction of a volunteer group of leaders from the membership of ATD Maryland. Through their guidance, the organization serves the educational and professional development needs of its members.
2021 Board of Directors
The Board of Directors manages the on-going activities of the Chapter. The role of the Board of Directors is to guide the activities, services, and business of the chapter. They are responsible for establishing and implementing annual goals based on the Chapter's Strategic Plan and meet monthly to respond to member needs and to fulfill the vision of ATD Maryland. Members may request a copy of our Chapter Bylaws, annual operating budget, strategic plan and/or board meeting minutes. Please submit your request to email@example.com
Each year members elect a President-Elect. Every other year members elect a Finance and Communications Director. All other Directors are appointed by the President/President-Elect.
The 2021 Board of Directors is listed below. Click on any name to contact via Linkedin.
We are so thankful our ATD Maryland Chapter Champions. A Chapter Champion is a ATD Power Member that does not serve in an official board capacity but helps to support the chapter and our community initiatives.
Alexandra is a previous ATD Maryland board member, having acted as Director of Professional Development in 2020-2021. Alexandra has served as an organizational learning and leadership development strategist at top management consulting firms; a product and instructional design leader in education management nonprofits; and an executive coach and trainer. She's also a forest wandering mother, animist, writer/artist, eco-mindfulness facilitator and student/teacher of ancestral wisdom traditions. Please feel free to connect with Alexandra on LinkedIn.
Richard Blackman (MBA University of Maryland), an ATD Md. Power Member, and supports our new member campaigns, ATD Maryland "Unofficial" Facebook Group, has been involved with ATD/ASTD for over 10 years. It was a session by Master Trainer, Bob Pike that got him hooked on the organization. He retired 3 years ago from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) where for 20+ years, he managed the EPA budget. He trained over 3,000 federal employees in a multi-media program on federal budgeting. He conducted training on Presentation Skills, Interview Skills, Keys to Success, Resume Writing, Career Development and other topics and continues to do that on a volunteer basis. He now conducts courses on federal budgeting for the Graduate School USA. He participates with the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith Business School’s Executive Communication team and career development team to help students prepare for their next careers. He is a member of the Smith Business School’s alumni Board.
ATD Maryland Chapter programs have been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute for continuing education credits towards professional development hours for recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials.
Please see our Events page for Maryland ATD events that qualify for APTD and CPTD recertification credits.
And check out our new Certification Community of Practice!
Our chapter is proud to announce that once again, we are 100% CARE compliant. This means that we have met all the chapter operating requirements set forth by ATD National. These requirements cover areas such as chapter administration, finances, membership, professional development and communications.
Members may request a copy of our CARE/CORE submissions by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org