Meet Our Winter 2014 Social Innovators

Jessica Ladd

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Improving sexual health through technology, Winter 2014

Riyaz Gayasaddin

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Taking the school-food movement to new heights, Winter 2014

Gretchen LeGrand

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Education, Turning kids into computer whizzes, Winter 2014

Marc Szarkowski

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Taking down barriers in Baltimore’s “First Mile”, Winter 2014

Stephanie Geller

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Unleashing institutions’ purchasing power, Winter 2014, Workforce

Jerrie Kumalah

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Reclaiming a city’s unwanted spaces, Winter 2014

Nina Beth Cardin

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Sweet success in urban orchards, Winter 2014

Carol Ott

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Crowdsourcing the corner store, Winter 2014

Light City

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Lighting the Way to Baltimore's Future, Winter 2014

Chris Wilson

Turning Hidden Assets Into Jobs, Winter 2014, Workforce

Kristerfer Burnett

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Organizing for the Masses, Winter 2014

Morgan Grove

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Common Ground for Planting Trees, Winter 2014

Deana Haggag

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Reimagining the Museum, Winter 2014

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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