PRESTON, MD – Marcia Bryan, Choptank Transport Controller, was chosen last week by the Baltimore Business Journal as one of eight top leaders in the world of finance in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area.
The third annual Best in Finance CFO Award’s ceremony took place Friday, June 6, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore City. The award was based on fiscal leadership, outstanding management and the positive impact these controllers and CFOs have made on their company or organization.
Bryan shared the spotlight with such heavy hitters as the CFOs of Baltimore Gas and Electric, Carefirst Bluecross Blueshield, Legg Mason and Stevenson University, to name a few.
"The Baltimore Business Journal wanted to highlight the financial executives who are often behind the scenes,” said Journal Editor-in-Chief Joanna Sullivan. “They contribute much to their organizations, everything from financial stability to strategy. Marcia Bryan's work at Choptank Transport truly fit what we were looking for in an honoree."
Bryan was surprised and delighted by the nomination. “It is an honor to receive this prestigious award from a publication that serves such a large demographic,” she said. “The award would not have been possible without the tremendous work and dedication of our entire finance department and for the strategic leadership and financial stewardship of Geoff (CEO) and Al Turner (CFO)."