Member-Sponsored Briefing: Baltimore Corps - Investing in Talent for Social Change
Baltimore Corps co-founder and CEO Fagan Harris will lead a discussion about infusing human capital across Baltimore's civic infrastructure to drive social change. Currently, 35 Fellows are in placements across the City, including Thread, Baltimore City Health Department, Humanim and Vehicles for Change. Fellows are selected nationwide through a competitive process and receive significant professional development during their one-year fellowships. Graduates of the program are expected to remain in Baltimore and over time, assume civic leadership roles. A Baltimore Corps "Visionary Cause Leader" and a Fellow will also share their experiences as part of the program.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network program Building the Bench: How Funders Can Nurture Diverse Grantee Talent and Build Organizational Strength will provide a good basis for this briefing!
This briefing is hosted by John H. Cammack of the Cammack Family Charitable Gift Fund for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests only.
This program was originally schedule for January 22, 2016.