Office of External Affairs
Mission Statement for Baltimore
The Office of External Affairs includes Development, Communications and Marketing,Constituent and Alumni Relations, and Finance and Operations. All four teams are committed to bringing their collective skills and expertise to engage, promote, and deepen the Bloomberg School’s relationships with constituents we work with and serve, including the Baltimore community where we have been based since the School’s founding in 1916.
NONPROFIT 360—AN ENGAGE BALTIMORE PROJECT
OEA, in collaboration with SOURCE, provides capacity-building assistance to the professional staff of a small cohort of Baltimore City organizations through a one-day intensive training and yearlong mentoring program in the areas of fundraising, marketing and communications, and board development.
To qualify, organizations must primarily serve Baltimore City residents and have a minimum of one full-time equivalent staff person dedicated to fundraising and marketing/communications. Only SOURCE-partnering community-based organizations are eligible to participate in the program. Applications open in early fall each year.
For a list of past participants and sample workshop content, please visit OEA’s Nonprofit 360 page.
Nonprofilt 360 contact information
Nonprofit 360 Co-chair
Lead Web Developer
Nonprofit 360 Co-chair
OFFICE OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS, COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
Meghan Collins, Associate Director of Development
Marian House, 5k Committee
Hitomi Kuromoto, Graphic Design and Production Specialist
The GreenMount School, parent volunteer
Cecilia Meisner, Sr. Associate Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations
Baltimore School for the Arts, parent volunteer
Ingenuity Project at Poly (Medfield) mock college interviews
Wise Penny/Junior League of Baltimore clothing collection
Leslie Procter, Associate Director, Alumni Relations
Blue Water Baltimore, tree giveaways, prunings, and plantings; fundraising
Sisson Street Community Park Steward
TreeBaltimore, volunteer tree planting organizer
Lauren Haney Provost, Associate Director of Development
Station North Tool Library, community volunteer
St. Francis Neighborhood Center in Reservoir Hill, community volunteer and former board president
Karen Thomas, Historian
Church at Baltimore, Irvington, tax return assistance for seniors and low-income individuals