VIDEO: Center Maryland talks to Richard Webb

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Center Maryland continues its interviews with some of the finalists for Corridor Person of the Year. Today, we feature Richard T. Webb, President & Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Financial Federal Credit Union in Hunt Valley.

AFFCU is a full-service national nonprofit financial institution that serves more than 140 corporations and organizations. Webb is actively involved with the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce Board and more specifically with their Education Committee. He also serves on the Education and Work Force Development Committee of the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Higher Education Sub-Committee, the Maryland Coalition for Financial Literacy, Junior Achievement, Baltimore County Public Schools Academy of Finance, the Regional Advisory Board for Business & Education and the Board of the Hunt Valley Business Forum.

In this interview, Webb discusses how he got started in the business, his thoughts on Maryland's current economy and the advantage of a credit union.

Come join Center Maryland and Corridor Inc. for the Person of the Year reception on Thursday, March 31, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the BWI Airport Marriott. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here.

If you missed this on Monday, be sure to check out Center Maryland's interview with Corridor Person of the Year finalist Dr. Ellen Yankellow, President and CEO of Correct RX Pharmacy Services. In this interview, Dr. Yankellow discusses her company's successful effort to win the pharmaceutical drug contract for Maryland's correctional system, and what that meant to the growth of Correct Rx.

And if you missed this on Friday, be sure to check out Center Maryland's interview with David S. Cordish, in which he discussed his success in winning the slots referendum in Anne Arundel County, as well as the company's noteworthy accomplishments in Baltimore City over the past year.

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