Equitable leaders are “more than” their battles, they’re also the devotion they pour into communities and the way that love blossoms into tangible change and dreams within grasp. He was the epitome of the love that can come from growing in Baltimore, and is what love looks like in action.
Thursday, September 26th Baltimore Corps convened a conversation with community, civic and student leaders on the Kirwan Commission. Baltimore Corps C.E.O Fagan Harris welcomed the group and stated the goals of the conversation were to explicitly talk about racial equity and Baltimore city’s strategy in Annapolis.
The Baltimore City Government Fellowship Program: The City of Baltimore has a well-established need for a Government Fellows program. Over the past 5 years the City has partnered with various organizations to execute broad fellowship programs spanning multiple agencies, programs and services.
Baltimore Corps (BC) President & CEO Fagan Harris thanks the crowd on August 21st at Fadensonnen with ramen by Ojichan Baltimore and beer by Union Craft Brewing.