Visit Baltimore Key Contacts
Visit Baltimore Leadership Directory
Members of the Visit Baltimore team are playing key roles on COVID-19 Task Forces and Committees, collaborating on opportunities to further support the tourism industry during this unprecedented time. Our leadership is available for consultation and to provide assistance to members and stakeholders across the region.
Al Hutchinson, President & CEO
As a board member of both the U.S. Travel Association (USTA) and Destinations International, Al Hutchinson participates in important industry conversations about COVID-19 impact and recovery. Alongside the Visit Baltimore executive team, he is leading COVID-19 recovery efforts for the convention and tourism industry in Baltimore and continues to serve as a liaison for Baltimore elected officials and industry stakeholders.
Mia Blom, Director of Government & Community Affairs / Executive Director Visit Baltimore Education & Training Foundation
Mia Blom is the organization’s advocacy and government affairs liaison. She manages all civic and community engagement efforts. Mia is working to identify recovery programs and/or assistance opportunities for Baltimore’s tourism related businesses.
Dustin Arnheim, Vice President of Sales & Convention Services
In collaboration with the Baltimore Convention Center (BCC), Dustin Arnheim is working alongside the sales and services team to postpone and redirect meetings and conventions during the COVID-19 pandemic. He continues to lead Visit Baltimore’s services team and manages the relationships with area hotels and municipal facilities.
Craig Vay, Vice President of Finance and Administration
Craig Vay is responsible for developing and integrating Visit Baltimore’s financial policies, managing monthly financial reports, the annual budget and audits. He also serves as the accountant for the Visit Baltimore Education and Training Foundation and is working with the operations team during COVID-19 to ensure we continue to monitor revenue and industry impacts from the COVID-19 crisis.