Jermaine Bell, Impact Hub Baltimore
Jermaine is the program coordinator and graphic designer at Impact Hub Baltimore.
Jermaine is a visual designer who holds a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Jermaine has collaborated with the Baltimore Museum of Art and developed the branding and marketing for the fine artist Stephen Towns’ solo exhibition co | patriot at Gallery CA. Through his work at Havas Worldwide, Jermaine gained footing in advertising with clients like Michelob Ultra, Liberty Mutual Insurance, and Constellation Energy. He recently wrapped his fellowship with the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (GBCA) for their pilot fellowship initiative the Urban Arts Leadership Program (UALP). Jermaine is also the incumbent Program Chair for AIGA Baltimore and a frequent contributor to the arts and culture blog BmoreArt .
Why do you choose to live and work in Baltimore?
I am a native Baltimorean and I want to show the world that Baltimore has a ton of untapped potential right here and doesn't need to look too far.
What's one surprising fact about yourself?
I never realized that my birthday was a national observance for fallen soldiers until middle school when I learned about Veteran's Day. I always just thought my mother took the day off to bake my birthday cake.
Trail Mix, any kind will do!