Giving Black Day

Dozens of Baltimore area folks came together at the Annie E. Casey Foundation offices for “Giving Black Day,” at an event put on by The Be.Org, honoring black philanthropy.

It was an chance to network with folks from various nonprofits, exchange ideas and learn more about those organizations and opportunities in Baltimore
Pictured (LtoR) Kevin Anderson, NEWfit executive director; and Tonee Lawson, The Be.Org executive director/event host
Pictured (LtoR) Maggie Fulcher, educator/healthcare advocate; and Wil Hughes, Baltimore area campaign staffer
Pictured (LtoR) Chanté Sessomes, Wolters Kluwer senior human resources business partner; and LaTeri McFadden, The Be.Org board chair/FTI Consulting senior benefit analyst
Pictured (LtoR) Agzja Carey, The SEED School of Maryland external opportunity coordinator; Chelsea Brown, The Young, Black & Giving Back Institute logistics lead; Paris Wilson, National Aquarium program evaluation lead; and Kammeran Giggers, RISE Arts Center of Baltimore founder/executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Jeri Dyson, Global Girls Global Women president/adolescent medicine physician; Ursula Fisher, Global Girls Global Women board member; and Denise Cooper, Noir Elite marketing consultant
Pictured (LtoR) Alexa Milanytch, Chase Brexton Health Care director of development; Jordan Lawson, Art by JLaw owner/freelance graphic designer; Calvin Young, Camden Partners associate; and Julius Maina, US Census Bureau partnership specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Kristi France, S.O.Y. Baltimore board chair; Stephanike Moore, mental health therapist/S.O.Y. Baltmore board member; Tia Goodson, Storyfarm senior producer; and Sukari A. Brown, Camden Partners associate
Pictured (LtoR) Sydney Pearsall, Marriner Marketing senior digital analyst; Christen Johnson, Sophisticated Chic Brand founder/CEO; Kayenecha Daugherty, Creative Nomads executive director; Armani McMillan, IMPACTdmv executive director; and Charlotte Nelson, Charlotte’s Creative Corner founder
(August 28, 2019 – The Annie E. Casey Foundation)
Sloane Brown

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