Baltimore’s Birthday Bash-Live Baltimore

Baltimore’s Birthday Bash-Live Baltimore

Hundreds of folks enjoyed food, drink and each other’s company at Live Baltimore’s annual shindig. Among the highlights of the evening – mingling with a number of local pols and getting a sneak peek at the new Lexington Market, still undergoing its massive renovation.

Pictured (LtoR) Shelonda Stokes, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore president; and Annie Milli, Live Baltimore executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Trish McClean, Visit Baltimore chief marketing officer; and Lauren Hamilton, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore chief marketing officer
Pictured (LtoR) Mark Kaufman, Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund CEO; Lisa Kaufman, LaSalle Securities head of global securities; and David Bramble, MCB Real Estate managing partner
Pictured (LtoR) Chrissy Schifkovitz, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore director of business development; Mark Gianguilio, Lexington Market incoming manager; and Lenora Henry, Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Tiffanie McCoy, Bird of Paradise Events wedding planner; Kim Ford, healthcare professional; and Ted Sheppy, Tradepoint Atlantic property manager
Pictured (LtoR) Robert Stokes, Baltimore City Council member; Dawn Moore, philanthropist; Wes Moore, Democratic candidate for Maryland Governor; Nick Mosby, Baltimore City Council president; and Eric Costello, Baltimore City Council member
Pictured (LtoR) Susan Clayton, RunMitts inventor; Brandon Scott, Baltimore mayor; Jason Newton, WBAL-TV11 news anchor/reporter; and Liz Koontz, Baltimore Metropolitan Council director of external relations
Pictured (LtoR) Kyle Shay, Cummings & Co. real estate agent; and Cindy Plackmeyer, DRB Group corporate director of sales & branding
Pictured (LtoR) Danielle Wharton, Johns Hopkins Bayview vice president of clinical support services; Audrey Johnson, Johns Hopkins University & Health System director of economic innovation & strategy; Alicia Wilson, Johns Hopkins University & Health System vice president for economic development; Ganesha Martin, GMM Consulting CEO; Kendra Parlock, NPower vice president of partnership development; and Geri Byrd, Archdiocese of Baltimore Urban Vicariate program manager
Pictured (LtoR) Yesha Hayes, L.A.-based TV/film field producer; and “Bowtie Bob” Nelson, Baltimore bon vivant
Pictured (LtoR) Ericka Alston Buck, Divine Light chief development officer; and Paul Nettleford, Prince George’s County Office of Law attorney
Former Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake takes a selfie with friends…including a certain current Baltimore Mayor…

(July 29, 2022 – Lexington Market)

Sloane Brown

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