The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture on Wednesday introduced it should honor Exelon Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Calvin Butler with the Titan Award on the inaugural The Jazz Age Gala.
The occasion, scheduled for May 12 at The North Club at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, can even honor Trailblazer Award winners Jayson Williams, CEO of Mayson-Dixon Companies, and Teaera Strum, CEO of Strum Contracting, Inc.; and Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, Ph.D., vp of group well being and social impression at CareFirst.
More than 250 company are anticipated to attend one of many first galas of the spring season. Entertainment shall be supplied by violinist Chelsey Green and the Green Project and DJ Tanz.
The night will kick off with cocktail receptions and a silent public sale at 6 pm. Dinner and the awards ceremony, hosted by Delia Conglaves of Washington CBS affiliate WUSA-TV, channel 9 and that includes remarks by the Lewis Museum Executive Director Terri Lee Freeman and Board Chair W. Drew Hawkins, CEO of EdYouCore, will begin at 7 p.m.
The Jazz Age Gala, offered by Deco sponsors Exelon and Guinness Open Gate Brewery, is made potential by the assist of Bebop sponsor Whiting-Turner; Jazz sponsor CareFirst; Big Band sponsors Fraport USA, Horton Mechanical Contractors, M&T Bank, PNC Bank, and The T. Rowe Price Foundation; Swing sponsors Atlas Restaurant Group, BGE, Mayson-Dixon Companies, The Reginald F. Lewis Foundation, and Under Armour; and Avante Garde sponsors BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, Brown Capital Management, Johns Hopkins University and Medicine, Strum Contracting, Inc., and Truist.