Learn more about what drives our work and the impact we and our Partners are making on the region.

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Who We Are

Our Board

These leaders represent the top employers in the region who are compelled by a personal and professional responsibility to put inclusive growth at the forefront of every business decision which in turn will build resiliency, attract talent, and stimulate growth.

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Our Leadership Council

The Council bring together regional leaders that champion for inclusive growth, regional mobility & infrastructure, and skills & talent in the Capital Region – from Baltimore to Richmond.

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Our Region

Our Region’s future, and the success of our businesses, hinges on our ability to grow equitably and inclusively.

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Our Staff

The Greater Washington Partnership's team represents individuals from from across the region who have collectively committed to catalyzing equitable economic solutions for our communities.

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Mission & Vision

We believe that inclusive growth is the preeminent moral and economic imperative for the Capital Region. We are committed to catalyzing solutions and advancing cross-sector collaboration to make the region from Baltimore to Richmond the best place to live, work, and build a business.

  1. Fostering Unity Advancing Growth
  2. Creating an Inclusive Economy for the Region
  3. Through Innovation + Collaboration

Our Trajectory

The Greater Washington Partnership is committed to catalyzing solutions that make the region from Baltimore to Richmond more equitable and inclusive. We are an action-oriented alliance of the region’s top employers, focused on an interconnected set of critical issues that together will drive inclusive growth and make ours the most equitable economy in the nation. We leverage the capability, resources, and influence of our Board Partners to collaborate across sectors, geographies, and jurisdictions in order to help more people — particularly those who too often get left behind. This work can only be done by breaking down historical and entrenched barriers to economic opportunity and then closely monitoring the impact to see how we are advancing inclusive growth.

What percentage of commuters travel to a new jurisdiction for work?

Nearly 50% of commuters

Prior to the pandemic, of the Capital Region’s 10.2 million residents, nearly 50% of those who commute cross county borders and 20% cross state lines daily to access their jobs.

How much is the Capital Region’s population expected to grow?

2.4 million people in 20 years

Over the next 20 years, the Capital Region is projected to add 2.4 million residents which will increase pressure on an already burdened system


and Talent

Attract, educate, and retain individuals for the jobs that our employers need to fill now and in the future, and ensure no one is left behind.

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Advance transportation solutions that strengthen regional mobility and improve quality of life.

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Develop the Capital Region into a national model for advancing equitable economic solutions and shared prosperity.

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