Elliot Rossing Named One of Maryland’s Top 100 by Daily Record

Faith Elliott Rossing, director of the Queen Anne’s County Department of Economic Development, Agriculture and Tourism, was named to the annual list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by The Daily Record.

“As Top 100 Women celebrates its 15th anniversary, all of us at The Daily Record continue to be proud and honored to conduct this important event,” says Christopher Eddings, publisher of The Daily Record. “We commend Faith and are proud to recognize her as one of The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women.” The Daily Record’s annual list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women was created to recognize outstanding achievement by women as demonstrated through professional accomplishment, community leadership, and mentoring.

Elliott Rossing said she was grateful and humbled by the honor. “I am extremely honored to be included in the company of the women recognized by this award. Moreover, to have been nominated for the award by my employees is both personally and professionally significant and gratifying,” she said. She and husband Pete attended a recognition ceremony for all 100 recipients on May 3 at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.

Elliott Rossing started her career in county government 15 years ago and has been director of Economic Development, Agriculture and Tourism for over three years. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business Administration at Wilmington University.

Speaking on behalf of the County Commissioners, Carol Fordonski, who serves as the liaison to the Queen Anne’s County Economic Development Commission, said the honor is well deserved. “Faith has always been a strong leader and we congratulate her on a job well done,” said Fordonski.

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