John C. Weiss III, M.B.A.
Executive-in-Residence for Finance
- M.B.A., Loyola University Maryland
- Certificate, Leadership Maryland
- Certificate, GBC LEADERship Program
- Graduate Certificate, American Institute of Banking
- Graduate Certificate, Harvard University
- B.S., Towson University
Mr. Weiss is UBalt's Coordinator of Real Estate Development and a Senior Lecturer with deep experience in the venture capital industry, banking, economic development and a passion for social entrepreneurship. He has founded and/or co-founded several organizations and businesses, served in their leadership positions and successfully lead one through an oversubscribed public stock offering and listing on the NASDAQ. During the '80s and 90s Weiss also raised and managed in excess of $125 million for several venture capital funds, growth businesses and non-profit organizations. He serves on local boards including the University System of Maryland Foundation, the Engineering Society of Baltimore (past Chairman), the BioTechnical Institute of Maryland (Chairman), Baltimore City College Scholarship Funds, Inc. (Vice Chair), mayoral appointee to the Baltimore Public Markets Corp/Lexington Market, the University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation (Secretary) and gubernatorial appointee to the Board of Trustees of the Baltimore City Community College. He is a past president of the Merrick School of Business (6 years) and the University Faculty Senate (3 years) and a recipient of the University of Maryland Board of Regents Award for Public Service. Mr. Weiss, a graduate of Baltimore City College, earned his B.S. at Towson University and his MBA at Loyola University.
Entrepreneurship, finance, venture capital, design strategy, nonprofits and social enterprise.