Cirron Greenidge, Baltimore Corps
As a Fellow on staff, Cirron is the Program Director of Play More B'More, a KaBOOM! initiative partnering with Baltimore Corps to employ teens and young adults in West Baltimore to build playgrounds and lead programs for youth in the communities.
Cirron Lanier Greenidge was born in New York City, performing for major artists, acting, singing, dancing, and modeling. From an early age, it was evident that Cirron cared about his community and, having traveled throughout the United States, Israel, Philippines, Thailand, Haiti and Africa, he has worked with orphans, inner city and indigenous youth for almost two decades.
For the last five years, Cirron has worked in Baltimore City. He established Encouraging The World, Inc., an organization empowering youth to become globally competent and servants of their neighbors. He was awarded the 2013 BMe Leadership Award and was elected as an Ambassador of Peace in 2014. He is currently attending Coppin State University majoring in Business Management.
Why do you choose to live and work in Baltimore?
I chose to live and work in Baltimore because I believe I can offer my skills and talents to the community.
What's one surprising fact about yourself?
I like to invent new products.