- Aaron Tomarchio
Senior Vice President, Administration & Corporate Affairs
As Senior Vice President of Administration and Corporate Affairs, Aaron directs Tradepoint Atlantic’s internal external affairs and activities that include public affairs, community relations, government relations and marketing. He also oversees Tradepoint Atlantic’s internal administrative operations to include human resources and site security operations. Prior to Tradepoint Atlantic, he held the role of Director of Corporate Affairs for Erickson Living, a national manager and developer of senior living retirement communities.
With a twenty-year career in state and local legislative and executive government roles, Aaron has also worked for and with numerous federal state and local agencies and officials. His service in executive roles in Maryland State and Local Government include nine years as Chief of Staff to the County Executive of Harford County, Maryland’s seventh largest jurisdiction, and as Assistant Secretary of the Maryland Department of Planning for Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. In addition to his executive roles, Aaron also served as a legislative aide for two State Senators in Maryland’s General Assembly. Prior to his tenure in government, as an Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc., a national technology and management consulting firm, Aaron provided program management, public relations and strategic communications support for a Department of Defense client (U.S. Army Environmental Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground).
Aaron received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Policy from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. As an Eagle Scout, Aaron learned that community service is an important part of good citizenship. He is very active in the community and serves on the Board of Directors for Dundalk Renaissance Corporation, Board of Directors for the Community Colleges of Baltimore County, Dundalk Campus Foundation, and Baltimore County’s Workforce Development Board. Aaron was appointed by Governor Hogan to serve on the board for the newly formed Maryland Public Private Partnership Marketing Corporation to assist with its mission of marketing Maryland to the world. Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh recently appointed Aaron to serve on the city’s Civil Service Commission.