On November 18, Baltimore Corps hosted its first annual Social Entrepreneurs Intensive
, connecting Baltimore City social entrepreneurs with resources to further their community solution.
On November 18, Baltimore Corps Fellows
got together for their monthly professional development, focusing on Working in Teams: Building Trust and Partnership; Negotiating Change Within a Nonprofit; and Public Speaking: Leading Workshops.
On November 17, Fellow Ateira Griffin
's Building Our Nation's Daughters (BOND) packed and delivered Thanksgiving baskets to more than 100 local families.
On November 14-15, Fellow Narintohn Luangrath
represented Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen at the University of Maryland, Baltimore's "Be Informed" lecture series and the Friends School of Baltimore, discussing the Health Department's work in addressing health disparities in the City and the Department's three-pillar approach to combating the opioid epidemic.
On November 8-9, Elevation Awards recipients
participated in their initial "boot camp," getting down to business on budgeting, planning, and the like to move their projects forward in the year to come.
On November 8, Programs Managers Tamara Arnold and Nigel-Ray Garcia
presented at the Fellowship Impact Summit in DC on "Bringing anl Equity Lens to Your Fellowship."
On November 7, Ops Team Members Billy Daly and Moyo Fakeye
presented alongside the Gates Foundation at the Dreamforce conference, speaking on building digital communities to support real-life communities and eliminate bias in matching talent to opportunity in the social sector.
Fellow Jackie Bellow
of Dent Education was named an OSI Baltimore Community Fellow.
On November 4, Fellow N'Deye Diakhate
co-presented on "Design for the Wellbeing of Black Women" at the North Avenue Knowledge Exchange.