“…this is Local Color and you’re here for great interviews with Baltimore’s premier thought leaders! Fagan Harris is one such thought leader. As CEO of Baltimore Corps he’s working to provide Baltimoreans opportunities and access to jobs, job training, and other programs that help small business owners. Listen as we discuss hard lessons, respoinding to community feedback, and Fagan remains calm amidst one of my worst fears.”
Join us for a discussion with John B. King, Jr., Education Secretary under President Obama and president and CEO of The Education Trust. King will speak about his passion for education, which he credits for saving his life by providing him with rich and engaging educational experiences and by giving him hope for the future.
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Kierra Curtis is serving as a Public Ally in the role of Community & School Engagement Coordinator for the Greenmount West Community Center Foundation.
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Last night we heard the stories of four great Organizational Partners & Fellows, like Brian Gerardo who began as a Baltimore Corps Fellow & then went on to become a Partner who hosted a fellow with @Baltimore Dance Crews Project Brian is now a Program Manager for Business Volunteers Maryland.
Changa Bell’s Black Male Yoga Initiative (BMYI) promotes holistic education and supports and engages men and boys of color to live healthy lives using yoga and mindfulness. As the BMYI Program Manager, Baltimore Corps Fellow Kara Parker has played an integral role in the expansion of BMYI’s programming. Read more about Changa partnering with Baltimore Corps to host a Fellow and how it has helped him.