Dean Kaynama with kids in the Finance Lab



  • Board of Trustees of Maryland Center for Economic Education
  • Small Business Resource Center (SBRC) Board
  • Towson University Foundation Board


($25,000) Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Towson University Foundation, Aug. 2018-July 2019.

($250,000) “T-Rowe Price Finance Lab,” June 1, 2011 through May 31, 2012.

Total of $600,000+ in grants and fundraising.

($116,474) Oracle e-Business Suite Software” from the Oracle Academy.

Secured $5,500 for the Maryland Stadium Authority through CABER, on “Economic Impact Analysis Concerning the City of Baltimore Hosting the 2010 NCAA Lacrosse Final Four”.

($85,728) “Supply Chain Master’s Program”, BRAC Higher Education Investment Fund FY 2011, December 2010.

($8,000) “Supply Chain Master’s Program” Northrop Grumman Inc. May 2, 2011.

($ 10,000) Northrop Grumman Inc. August 5, 2010.

($4,000) Target Corp., for a case competition (2009). (Continuous)

($2500) Enterprise Rent-A-Car for the MentHER Program. (2010) (Continuous)

($100,000) “CBE Writing Proficiency Program”, over a five-year period, McCormick International Foundation, 2009

($37,000) “Center for Applied Business and Economic Research”, Maryland Stadium Authority, “Economic Impact Analyses for Six Stadium Authority Initiatives,” August 1, 2006 through October 31, 2006.

($391,167). “Central Region Small Business Development Center, Fiscal Year 2004 State Funding,” University of Maryland, College Park, (under its aware from the SBA), October 1, 2003 through September 20, 2004.  With Sonia Stockton.

($15,000) In matching funds, “Central Region Small Business Development Center,” form the Anne Arundel Development Corporation for SBDC, Summer 2004, with Sonia Stockton.

($8,500) “Fiscal Impact Analysis of Pending APF Legislation,” Harford County Department of Procurement, Baltimore, MD. March – April (2004), with Anirban Basu.

($29,000) “International Public Relations Seminar at Towson University,” Business Education Examinations Council, Lagos, Nigeria, January 1-December 31, (2000). With Mark McElreath, Sharma Pillutla, and Filiz Tabak.