Corey Holland, Mayor's Office of Employment Development
Corey is a Fellow at the Mayor's Office of Employment Development, where he works as a System Tech on the five million dollar grant, "One Baltimore for Jobs." In this capacity, Corey works with twelve vendors from across the city who are responsible for training 700 individuals in emerging industries across the state.
A graduate of Cardinal Gibbons and Calvert Hall College, Corey is a native of Northeast Baltimore. After high school, Corey attended the University of Akron in Ohio, where he served on several scholastic organizations and committees. After attaining his Bachelor's Degree in Economics with a minor in Business Administration, Corey attended Kennesaw State University in Georgia, where he received his Master's in Public Administration and was President of the Graduate Student Association.
Why do you choose to live and work in Baltimore?
This is my hometown. I think I can make a difference.
What's one surprising fact about yourself?
I am part owner in the Green Bay Packers.