Meet Our Spring 2016 Social Innovators

CJay Philip

A Broadway performer brings out the kick-ball-change in seniors, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2016

Demi Lashawn

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Nurturing the creative talent in underperforming students, Spring 2016

Troy Staton

A local barber brings art to the community in his SoWeBo shop, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2016

Lamonte Hampton

A formerly homeless Marine serves fellow vets in a souped-up RV, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2016

Mariah Pratt-Bonkowski

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Helping working families make the leap to financial independence, Spring 2016

Andrew Foster

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Giving troubled teens new purpose by training shelter dogs, Spring 2016

Arman Mizani

A furniture maker builds up the local workforce through skill sharing, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2016

Kimberlyn Peal

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Inspiring teen girls to become civic leaders and bosses, Spring 2016

Jennifer Zunikoff

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Helping teachers and students champion social justice through storytelling, Spring 2016

Ariel Hicks & Audrey Buckland

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2016, Two amateur stargazers aim to put a telescope in every neighborhood

Julie Buisson & Mark Verdecia

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Planting the seeds for healthy eating and urban farming in city kids, Spring 2016

Bring Your Idea for Baltimore to Life

The Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, a publication and small grants program published by the Warnock Foundation, holds Pitch Day, where the winners featured on this site present their idea in front of a room full of potential investors, community business leaders, and David Warnock, founder and chairman of the Warnock Foundation.

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