HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — Maryland has successfully turned the corner from the COVID-19 crisis and can look forward to a strong economic rebound, according to Governor Hogan’s commerce secretary.

Kelley Schulz made a visit to Washington County on Wednesday. She is a former legislator who got to know Governor Larry Hogan well as a member of his transition team after the 2014 election. Schulz has a background in real estate, working with a defense contractor and is seen as a rising star in the Maryland GOP.

At the State House in Annapolis, she has worked closely with the governor and General Assembly to navigate the pandemic’s impact on Maryland’s economy. She’ll be the first to say that the economy could not move forward until the coronavirus was addressed.

“Being able to manage the health care crisis really led to the expansion of the economic recovery,” Schulz said.

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