Howard Bank President Elected to Women’s Hall of Fame

Mary Ann Scully, President and CEO of Howard Bank, has been inducted into the Howard County Women’s Hall of Fame.

Scully, a resident of West Friendship, was recognized as the founder in 2003 of Howard Bank, Howard County's only locally owned and managed bank, and as a “compassionate leader for civic and charitable organizations.”

The co-chair of the Renovation and Expansion Campaign for Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center, Scully is also currently serving as Vice Chair of the Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County, and as a board member of The Columbia Foundation and The Horizon Foundation. She is on the Howard County Spending Affordability Committee.

Scully is a three time winner (2002, 2005 and 2007) of The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women award, was honored with the Baltimore Business Journal’s Enterprising Women Award in 2004, and was presented the 2005 Alumni Laureate Award by Loyola College, from which she received her MBA in Finance. She served on the board of advisors for Loyola College’s Sellinger School of Business.

The Howard County Commission for Women established the Women’s Hall of Fame in 1996 in order to recognize the accomplishments of Howard County women and build a local history of those women who have made significant and lasting contributions to Howard County, the state and the nation.