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Click here to read the full U.S. Department of Justice investigation report of the Baltimore City Police Department. You can also read responses to the report from ABAG Members Associated Black Charities and OSI-Baltimore.
Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by the recent flooding of homes and businesses in Ellicott City. Click here for more information about how to donate and assist.
Sagamore Development's Plans for Economic Inclusion, Workforce Development & Community Partnerships
Tuesday, August 30, 1:00 - 2:30 PM
In July, Sagamore Development Corporation and the South Baltimore Six (SB6) Coalition announced a long-term investment partnership and community benefits agreement. Additionally, Sagamore Development has announced that it is planning a city-wide workforce development strategy for the Port Covington development project. At this members-only event, Alicia Wilson, Vice President of Community Affairs and Legal Advisor for Sagamore Development will brief ABAG members on the status of work with regard to these and other economic inclusion efforts. ABAG members will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
Conversation with Dr. Renee Foose, Superintendent of Howard County Public Schools
Tuesday, September 13, 9:30 - 11:00 AM
We are pleased to host Dr. Renee A. Foose, Superintendent of the Howard County Public School System. Dr. Foose made history when she became the first female Superintendent of the Howard County Public School System in July 2012. She leads the school district of more than 53,000 students and 8,100 employees with a $776.3 million budget, for 83 schools and facilities. Dr. Foose is credited with implementing numerous education initiatives aimed at closing the achievement gap and preparing children for college and the workforce. Dr. Foose is widely respected for her success in building collaborative rapport with stakeholders and union officials to implement reform efforts and increase teacher professional capacity.
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Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy Conference