Social Innovation

Baltimore Social Innovation Winners

Adam Jackson

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Fusing debate skills with social justice, Summer 2014

Andrew Foster

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

Andy Dahl and Nima Shahidi

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2014, When kids and bikes are brought together great things happen

Ariel Hicks & Audrey Buckland

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

Arman Mizani

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

Ateira Griffin

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Strengthening mother-daughter ties, Winter 2015

Bart O’Reilly

Art for the under-represented, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2014

Becky Slogeris

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

Brittany Oliver

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

Bryant Smith

“Plant a tree, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, save a life” is more than just a slogan to an enterprising business owner., Winter 2016

Cadeatra Harvey

A self-described introvert extends herself to Baltimore youth and empowers them to earn money from their artwork., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Carol Ott

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

Chris Wilson

Turning Hidden Assets Into Jobs, Winter 2014, Workforce

CJay Philip

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

Cristi Demnowicz

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

Dave Troy

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Getting from “Smalltimore” to “All-timore”, Summer 2014

Deana Haggag

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Reimagining the Museum, Winter 2014

Demi Lashawn

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

Ed Slattery

An economist used to thinking rationally finds his world turned upside-down., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Elisa Tyler

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2017

Emmanuel Cephas

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2014, Tools for teaching kinesthetic kids

Gretchen LeGrand

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

Harsha Desai

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Business sense for nonprofits, Summer 2014

Jason Tashea

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

Jennifer Zunikoff

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

Jenny Owens

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2017

Jerrie Kumalah

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

Jessica Ladd

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

Joe Manko

A high-tech boost for low-income kids, Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2014

Jonathan Moore

A self-taught computer nerd shows former prisoners a path to success., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Jordan Randall Smith

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Love of music inspires Jordan Randall Smith to spread the joy., Winter 2016

Julie Buisson & Mark Verdecia

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

Keisha Reynolds

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

Keyon Johnson

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

Kimberlyn Peal

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

Krishana Davis

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Closing the money-skills gender gap, Winter 2015

Kristerfer Burnett

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

LaMarr D. Shields

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Students mentoring teachers, Winter 2015

Lamonte Hampton

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

Lida Zlatic

A young teacher takes her brainchild from fledgling to adulthood., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Light City

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

Maggie Cawley

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Mapping a route to technology, Winter 2015

Marc Szarkowski

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

Mariah Pratt-Bonkowski

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

Melissa Moore

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

Meredith Chaiken

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

Michael Rosenband

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

Michelle Geiss

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Problem solving through social design, Summer 2014

Michelle Nelson

A young poet with a penchant for making order out of chaos brings her passion to West Baltimore., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Morgan Grove

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

Natasha Jones

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Public information about public art, Summer 2014

Nina Beth Cardin

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

Parag Khandhar

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Economic growth through solidarity, Winter 2015

Peter Bruun

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

Rashad Hawkins

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

Richard Best

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Filling up emptiness with art, Winter 2015

Riyaz Gayasaddin

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

Robert Cradle

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Setting up barbershops/salons in homeless shelters and schools; rendering and teaching grooming, Winter 2016

Robyn Miller

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Summer 2014, Turning creativity into cash

Sam Hopkins

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Musical mentoring goes high-tech, Summer 2014

Shelley Halstead

A Renaissance woman wants to put power – literally – into the hands of black women., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Stephanie Geller

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

Steve Nutt

A cybersecurity whiz wants to put his IT skills to good use – as in doing good., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Steven Richardson

A watchmaker to the stars shares the wonder of mechanical watchmaking., Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Winter 2016

Takia Ross

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Spring 2017

Timothy Nohe

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Where trees and technology meet, Winter 2015

Troy Staton

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

Verlando Brown

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Lifting up first-generation collegians, Winter 2015

Vincent Purcell

Baltimore Social Innovation Journal, Unleashing Digital Power, Winter 2015, Workforce

 

 

 

 

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