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Tom Sadowski

Tom Sadowski

President and CEO LinkedIn

Tom joined the Economic Alliance in January of 2006 to manage the Region’s response to the 2005 Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) initiative. Since then, he has coordinated regional marketing efforts and reached more than 15,000 defense industry executives and military personnel. His work has helped foster expansion of firms such as Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI, L3, MITRE Corporation, Raytheon and SAIC. As President and CEO, he has increased the Alliance’s involvement in business expansion and relocation, public/private partnership, higher education, entrepreneurship, tech commercialization and strategic marketing initiatives. He also launched the Alliance’s Promoting Greatness and Pride of Greater Baltimore campaigns, celebrating the region’s key industries, community leaders and champions in the business community.

Prior to the Economic Alliance, Tom served as Executive Director of Economic Development for Harford County, Maryland and as Business Development Director in Baltimore County, Maryland. During that time he led the 2005 BRAC win for Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG); published and implemented a regional technology development plan; helped develop a redevelopment strategy for the US Route 40 Corridor; and brokered major development projects including the new Battelle Eastern Science & Technology (BEST) Center in Aberdeen and the 2 million square foot Government and Technology Enterprise (GATE) Office & Technology Park at APG. Overall, his efforts resulted in four successive bond-rating upgrades for Harford County. His efforts in Baltimore County resulted in new campus headquarters for T. Rowe Price, Bank of America, and the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

In 20 years, he has brokered transactions exceeding $10 billion in value, resulting in approximately 60,000 jobs. Tom received the Baltimore Business Journal’s “Top 40 Business Leaders Under 40” award in 2001 and has been recognized by the Greater Baltimore Technology Council as a “Believer in Technology”. Tom is an active member on various boards focused on economic development, entrepreneurship and education, and was most recently appointed to the Governor’s Federal Facilities Advisory Board and The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation Board.

Tom is a graduate of the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), is a proud father and a twelve-year cancer survivor. He, his wife Melissa and his three sons currently reside in Street, Maryland.