Associated Black Charities and Shelter Foundation Named to Baltimore Sun Hall of Fame
Diane Bell-McKoy, CEO of Associated Black Charities, and Mark and Patricia Joseph of the Shelter Foundation were all named to the Baltimore Sun’s 2018 Business and Civic Hall of Fame. The Sun selected 11 men and women from a diverse and accomplished pool of nominees to profile in a special section of the newspaper, including pioneers in law, finance, business, technology and philanthropy. As CEO of Associated Black Charities, Diane has addressed the city’s core problems of poverty, joblessness, housing and inequality by looking for targeted investments that can uplift the lives of African Americans. Click here to read the full article on Diane.
Mark and Patricia have made strategic investments in education, become substantially involved in the organizations they support to find ways that make their contributions do the most good, and help to develop leaders in their own right. Click here to read the full article on Mark and Patricia.
Source: Baltimore Sun