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- Vice Admiral Walter E. "Ted" Carter, Jr., Superintendent, U.S. Naval Academy
- Judy Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor, PBS Newshour
- Robert L. Caret, Ph.D., Chancellor, University System of Maryland
- James Deriu, Vice President, Regional Practice Leader, KCI Technologies
- Sonal Deshpande, Sector Vice President, Quality & Mission Excellence, Northrop Grumman, Mission Systems
- Walter Dinicola, P.E., M.ASCE, Principal Engineer, Anchor QEA
- Mike Ensor, Environmental Scientist, Northrop Grumman
- Adam Genn, Director of Development, Weller Development Company
- Joseph P. Gill, Director, Prince George's County Department of the Environmnet
- Charles Glass, Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy Analysis & Planning, Maryland Department of Transportation
- Peter Goodwin, Ph.D., President, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
- Joe Greco, Director of Planning and Business Development, Ports America Chesapeake
- Ben Grumbles, Secretary, Maryland Department of the Environment
- Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, Secretary, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
- Lawrence Hentz, Senior Vice President, HDR
- Kenneth Holt, Secretary, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development
- Tim Jones, Vice President, Administrative Services, Chesapeake College
- Paul Joyce, EHS Senior Manager, Stanley Black and Decker
- R. Earl Lewis, Deputy Secretary, Maryland Department of Transportation
- Whit MacCuaig, Partner, Chesapeake Real Estate Group
- Ian MacFarlane, President and CEO, EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc.
- Robert S. McCord, Secretary, Maryland Department of Planning
- Roy McGrath, Director/CEO, Maryland Environmental Service
- Ronald Mersky, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chairman, Civil Engineering, Widener University
- Zohreh Movahed, Ph.D., Project Engineer/Water Management Consultant, WATEK
- Alexander G. Núñez, Senior Vice President, Regulatory and External Affairs, Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE)
- Adam Ortiz, Director, Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection
- Christopher J. Phipps, P.E., Director of Public Works, Anne Arundel County
- Rhonda Pringle, Market President and Publisher, Baltimore Business Journal
- Jessica Rackley, Senior Policy Analyst Environment, Energy & Transportation Division, National Governor's Association
- Aaron Robinson, Senior Manager, Environmental Strategy and Sustainability, United Airlines
- Matthew Rowe, Assistant Director, Maryland Department of the Environment, Water and Science Administration
- J. Thomas Sadowski, Vice Chancellor for Economic Development, University System of Maryland (USM)
- Kelly M. Schulz, Secretary, Maryland Department of Commerce
2019 Environmental Business Leadership Conference
The Four Seasons Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland
July 10, 2019
Tim Jones, Vice President, Administrative Services, Chesapeake College
Tim Jones serves as Vice President for Administrative Services at Chesapeake College, the regional community college for the upper Eastern Shore of Maryland. During his six years at Chesapeake the college has constructed its first high efficiency building (LEED platinum), operationalized a 1.76 MW solar photovoltaic array that provides more than 50 percent of the college’s electricity, partnered on an on-campus battery-storage and microgrid project, completed a series of land management practices on campus designed to improve the water quality of the Wye East River, and most recently begun a program to eliminate single-use plastics from the campus.
Mr. Jones is a member of the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce, the Talbot County Economic Development Commission, the Talbot County Public Works Advisory Board, the Board of Trustees of Arc of the Central Chesapeake, and the Board of Trustees for Quality Matters.
Prior to joining Chesapeake College, Mr. Jones was Senior Vice President and General Manager for Sotera Defense Solutions and Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer for Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care. Mr. Jones has served on the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board, the Maryland Patient Safety Center Board of Trustees, and the Board of Trustees for Habitat Maryland.
Mr. Jones received his BS in Economics and an MBA from Virginia Tech. In addition, he has completed graduate level coursework in organizational leadership at both the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and the University of Chicago.
Mr. Jones currently resides outside Cordova with his wife Jackie. They have two adult children.