Featuring: Ed Brake
Riots highlighted the big divide between the haves and the have nots. No one is sure how to bridge it, but business definitely needs to be a part of the conversation. Leaders of the largest corporations in Baltimore County and the smallest stores in Baltimore City are being called on to help government in recovery and improvement efforts
In part one of this article by the Baltimore Business Journal’s Rick Seltzer, Ellin & Tucker’s Managing Director, Edwin Brake, shares his thoughts on building a better tomorrow for Baltimore City.
To read the article, please visit West Baltimore is your business: The city’s poorest neighborhoods need the business community’s help on the Baltimore Business Journal’s website, or contact Ellin & Tucker’s marketing department at email@example.com.
As Managing Director of Ellin & Tucker, Ed has the overall responsibility for implementing the strategic direction of the firm and setting standards of performance that exceed client expectations. Through his leadership and mentorship, the firm has experienced significant business and staff growth, as well as recognition for outstanding community service to the Baltimore community.