Black Girls Vote Ball

Black Girls Vote Ball

Hundreds of formally-frocked folks gathered at Martin’s West to celebrate and support Black Girls Vote, a nonpartisan nonprofit that works to inspire and empower Black women to use the political process to improve their lives and those of their family and community. The evening began with a VIP reception where many of BGV supporters had a chance to catch up before the main event began. Every guest was required to show proof of vaccination to attend the party.

Pictured (LtoR) Maritha Gay, Lanier Electronics Group, Inc. chief of integration; Valerie Fraling, blogger/Baltimore social reporter; and Mildred Long, retired educator
Pictured (LtoR) Octavia Best-Jones, branch manager; and Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, CareFirst vice president of commuity health & social impact
Pictured (LtoR) Roz Smith, retired corporate executive; C.C. Harrison, All Access Foundation CEO; Jan Logsdon, image consultant; and Dawn Moore, philanthropist
Pictured (LtoR) Bobby Blackwell, Quad 4 Men’s Health CEO; and Jim Scott, Penan & Scott principal/co-founder
Pictured (LtoR) Eric Bryant, Chief of Staff for Congressman Kweisi Mfume; and Angela Alsobrooks, Prince George’s County Executive
Pictured (LtoR) Derrick Chase, Stand Up Baltimore founder/CEO; and LaRian Finney, The Finn Group founder
Pictured (LtoR) Sheila Dixon, former Baltimore mayor/business consultant; Nykidra Robinson, Black Girls Vote founder/CEO; and Tenne Thrower, Black Girls Vote project manager/event curator;
Pictured (LtoR) Nicole Cameron; Deanna McCray-James, Library of Congress public access officer; Tracey Jamison, University System of Maryland director of articulation; and Janeen Jackson, retired government worker
Pictured (LtoR) Kyla Harris, CCBC student; and Ke’Niah Harris, EGEC student

(November 19, 2021 – Martin’s West)

Sloane Brown

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