Meet Our Summer 2015 Social Innovators

Jason Tashea

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Keeping missed calls from leading to jail cells, Summer 2015

Brittany Oliver

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Helping women of color organize for action, Summer 2015

Cristi Demnowicz

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Restoring dignity fo homeless people one toothbrush at a time, Summer 2015

Keyon Johnson

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Keeping the kids of Oliver safe through sports, Summer 2015

Michael Rosenband

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Community development through youth baseball, Summer 2015

Keisha Reynolds

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Inspiring students through stories and travel, Summer 2015

Rashad Hawkins

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Fusing art and activism for young entrepreneurs, Summer 2015

Melissa Moore

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Helping communities “activate” their power to change, Summer 2015

Becky Slogeris

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Putting Baltimore’s history and future in children’s hands, Summer 2015

Peter Bruun

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2015, Using art to educate about addiction

Meredith Chaiken

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Cops and kids talking it out, Summer 2015

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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