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- Governor Larry Hogan, Maryland
- Vice Admiral Walter E. "Ted" Carter, Jr., Superintendent, U.S. Naval Academy
- Judy Woodruff, Anchor and Managing Editor, PBS Newshour
- Andrew Savitz, business leader and author
- Dana Aunkst, Director, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Chesapeake Bay Program
- Joann Boughman, Ph. D., Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, University System of Maryland
- Rudolph Chow, P.E., Director, Baltimore City Department of Public Works
- 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
- Suzanne Dorsey, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary, Maryland Department of the Environment
- Jeff Eger, Director, Stormwater, HDR
- 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, Ph.D., P.E., 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, Vice President of Containers, Ports America Chesapeake
- Ben Grumbles, Secretary, Maryland Department of the Environment
- Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, Secretary, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
- Michael Hankin, President and CEO, Brown Advisory
- Paul Hayden, Executive Vice President, Geo-Technology Associates, Inc.
- Hunter Hohlt, Principal, Heidrick & Struggles
- 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
- Maria Kaouris, Remediation Manager, Honeywell
- R. Earl Lewis, Deputy Secretary, Maryland Department of Transportation
- Rick Limardo, Vice President of Federal Government Affairs, MGM Resorts International
- Randall Lutz, Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
- Whit MacCuaig, Partner, Chesapeake Real Estate Group
- Ian MacFarlane, President and CEO, EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc.
- Doug McCoach, Director of Planning, Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc. Baltimore
- 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
- Thomas Prevas, Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
- Rhonda Pringle, Market President and Publisher, Baltimore Business Journal
- Jessica Rackley, Program Director, Energy, Infrastructure and Environment, National Governor's Association
- Aaron Robinson, Senior Manager, Environmental Strategy and Sustainability, United Airlines
- Erin Roth, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation
- Matthew Rowe, Assistant Director, Maryland Department of the Environment, Water and Science Administration
- Emily Russ, MEES Graduate Student, Knauss Fellow, Advisor to the Technical Director of Civil Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- J. Thomas Sadowski, Vice Chancellor for Economic Development, University System of Maryland (USM)
- Kelly M. Schulz, Secretary, Maryland Department of Commerce
- Ward Slacum, Jr., MEES Alumna, Director of Program Operations, Oyster Recovery Partnership
2019 Environmental Business Leadership Conference
The Four Seasons Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland
September 01, 2019
Joe Greco, Vice President of Containers, Ports America Chesapeake
Joe Greco is the Vice President of Containers for Ports America. Joe has a diverse maritime background with a career that extends twenty-three years and covers leadership roles in operations, sales and marketing, labor management, intermodal and supply chain, and beneficial cargo owner’s relationships.
He is a graduate of the University of Scranton and started his career with Columbia Coastal Transport, a container barge logistics provider. From there, his career includes time with the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore, The Maryland Port Administration, and Tradepoint Atlantic before joining the Ports America team.
Joe’s current role with Ports America includes responsibilities for managing the commercial objectives for the organization across the East and West Coasts as well as the Gulf of Mexico. Focuses include engagement with global ocean carriers, beneficial cargo owners, and Class 1 railroads. He and his team are also deeply involved with technology projects that increase the value proposition Ports America can bring to the market. Joe is based in Baltimore and as part of his role supports Ports America Chesapeake and their operations at Seagirt Marine Terminal.
Before becoming VP of Containers, Joe’s former role was Director of Planning and Business Development for Ports America Chesapeake. This role included responsibilities for planning various expansion initiatives associated with the growth of Seagirt Marine Terminal.
He has served on several boards including the Baltimore Port Alliance Executive Steering Committee, Co-Chair of the MPA’s container quality program and Co-Chair of planning efforts around port growth with the Baltimore Regional Council.
He is a father of three and lives in Jarrettsville, MD with his wife Sarah. He enjoys spending time outdoors, coaching rec sports with his children and is involved in various activities with his family at St Mary’s church of Pylesville.