Board Information

 

GWDB Chair

 

Francis Hall Chaney, III, GWDB Chair

Francis Hall Chaney, III, GWDB Chair and Executive Vice President of Chaney Enterprises
Known as Hall by his colleagues, he is a graduate of the University of Maryland with an undergraduate degree from the Robert H. Smith School of Business in Logistics and Supply Chain Management along with a masterís degree in Real-Estate Land Development from the University of Maryland. The early years of his career were spent working various summer internships at Chaney Enterprises and learning the interior of the Concrete, Sand and Gravel business.

Following graduation, Hall spent three years working as a Project Manager with Reliable Contracting. He then formally returned to Chaney Enterprises as a Project Manager within their Land Development Division.

After excelling through various positions, he was named Executive Vice President of Chaney Enterprises in 2013 overseeing all day to day operations of the company.

Hall is proud to serve on the Chesapeake Shores Board of the Association of Builders and Contractors where he has maintained an integral role with their apprenticeship programs.

Hall serves on the Chaney Foundation Board, where the philanthropic funds of Chaney Enterprises are managed and directed specifically in the areas of workforce development concerning the construction industry and substance abuse primarily. Hall is the co-founder of the Next Generation of Anne Arundel County, a nonprofit organization concentrated on supporting local non-profits, and introducing community members to the purpose and function of philanthropic work. He is also honored to serve as a board member for the Maryland Motor Truck Association, and is heavily involved with the education committee for the Maryland Transportation Building Materials Association.

Hall and his wife Chelsea are the proud parents of two year old Liam and six month old London. They are raising their family in Anne Arundel County and both are proud life-long Marylanders. Hallís family has been long committed to both Anne Arundel County and the State of Maryland.