Black Wall Street

Black Wall Street

February 15, 2018 – Nick’s Fish House

Pictured (LtoR) Rasheed Aziz, Citywide Youth Development director; and Alicia Wilson, Port Covington Development Team senior vice president of impact investments/senior legal counsel/event co-host

Pictured (LtoR) Chauntavia Gathers, educational advocate for children with ADHD and behavioral deficits; and Bre’Asia Thompson, Atholton High School freshman

Pictured (LtoR) Donald Chang, Korean-American Political Action Committee chairman; and Julian Min, Asian-American Economic Development Corporation executive director

Pictured (LtoR) Arland Preston, Star Element Restoration owner; and Anita Preston, Angelic Hands owner/manager

Pictured (LtoR) Jenny Kessler Klump, Meraki Creative Solutions owner; and Howard Weisberg, HBW Insurance Group president

Pictured (LtoR) Doni Glover, publisher/event co-host; and Lindsay Staton, Port Covington Development Team community affairs assistant/special project coordinator/event co-host

Pictured (LtoR)Devan Bryan, Cardinal Shehan School fifth grader/event photographer; and Sherrett Jacobs, 360 Degrees creative visionary officer

Pictured (LtoR) Amichele Marshall and Jay McGraw, Baltimore Flava Radio co-hosts

A number of business and community leaders from Baltimore’s African American community – and other individuals and entities that support the community – were honored at the Black Wall Street networking event held at Nick’s Fish House.

Among those celebrated – members of Made In B More – an initiative of Citywide Youth Development which creates and manufactures a line of clothing and frozen desserts.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.