Connor previously served as vice president and will replace Steve Stenersen in his new position. Connor has been a Baltimore Station board member since 2004 and as a Navy veteran is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of men who have served and fallen on hard times. He is also the owner of the Maryland-based environmental and engineering consulting firm, CONNOR.
Among his accomplishments as a board member and as chairman of the Facilities Committee, Connor oversaw the $4 million dollar expansion of The Baltimore Station’s facility at 140 W. West Street, which was completed in 2008. Additionally, Connor was instrumental in creating a partnership between The Baltimore Station and the Maryland Multi-Housing Association, an organization that is now one of The Baltimore Station’s greatest supporters, holding an annual golf tournament in their benefit and sponsoring multiple fundraising events.
Connor served in the United States Navy and obtained the rank of First Class Petty Officer. A Baltimore native and graduate of Loyola Blakefield High School, Connor is also responsible for expanding volunteer activity efforts between the Fathers’ Club at Loyola, Dads for Others and The Baltimore Station – a collaboration that began over eight years ago and is still going strong today.