Daily Record Staff//July 13, 2020
//July 13, 2020
Chesapeake Conservancy announced Mark Conway will be the organization’s executive vice president of programs. Conway brings a wealth of experience in public policy, state government and nonprofit management.
As executive vice president of programs, Conway is the second most senior manager at Chesapeake Conservancy, overseeing the organization’s programs, partnership with the National Park Service, and the work of the Conservation Innovation Center. He will work closely with the President and CEO and the board of directors to provide strategic direction and help the team accomplish the organization’s mission.
Previously, Conway was the executive director for Baltimore Tree Trust where he was responsible for expanding the programs at the Baltimore Tree Trust along with securing $2.7 million from grants, corporations, individual funding and earned revenue. He also led the City of Baltimore’s implementation of OutcomeStat as Deputy Director of CitiStat. Conway is the Democratic nominee for Baltimore City Council – District 4 (unopposed).
He holds a Master of Arts in public policy and a Bachelor of Arts in government, politics and philosophy from the University of Maryland.
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