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The Leadership announces Class of 2022

The Leadership on Tuesday announced the Class of 2022 for its Flagship Program. These 64 leaders will join the more than 1,800 alumni who have preceded them.

The Flagship Program is a nine-month experiential leadership program that develops participants in three areas:

  • Deepening their understanding of Baltimore’s history, challenges, assets, and people
  • Strengthening their capacity to lead, particularly in a civic context
  • Forging substantive relationships with fellow class members to provide a platform for collective action

To complement its nearly 40-year old Flagship Program, The Leadership created Leading Now, a portfolio of expanded offerings designed to help those leading through the transformational change unleashed by the events of the past several years.

The Leading Now Gateway program introduces a new leadership model for today’s reality, providing participants with cutting-edge skill frameworks and tools to drive creative problem solving and equitable, systemic change.

Leading Now Conversations, a series developed for The Leadership’s alumni, features a wide variety of guests sharing insights they’ve learned through their own experiences of leading.

Featured guests have included Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Morgan State University President Dr. David Wilson, American Visionary Art Museum Founding Director Rebecca Hoffberger, Fearless CEO Delali Dzirasa and Ceasefire co-founder and Baltimore Community Mediation Center Executive Director Erricka Bridgeford.

The Class of 2022 includes:

OluwaTosin Adegbola
Morgan State University

Marilyn Aklin
Center for Urban Families

Jeff Amoros
Office of Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman

Ajit Apte
Baltimore Gas and Electric

Stephanie Bagley
SCB Management Solutions

Meredith Borden
CareFirst BlueCross Blue Shield

Laura Bouyea
Venable LLP

Tim Brackney

Jacqueline Brooks
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

Monique Brown
Baltimore Police Department

Watchen Bruce
Baltimore Community Lending

Jerry Bryant
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Joe Cellucci
Quinn Evans

Robert Clark
United Way of Central Maryland

Kenny Clash
Digital Harbor Foundation

Sarah Conway
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Melissa Court
Franklin Templeton

Adria Crutchfield
Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership

Nick Culbertson

Kathy Curran
American Trading and Production Corporation

Heidi Daniel
Enoch Pratt Free Library

Rachel Duden
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation

Cori Duggins
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger’s Office

Diana Ellis

Kris Hoellen
B&O Railroad Museum

Ben Hyman
Enterprise Community Development

Raymone Jackson
T. Rowe Price

Katie Kilby
Serving Together (EveryMind)

Laurie Kinkel
Baltimore Community Foundation

Liz Koontz
Baltimore Metropolitan Council

Samuel Lennon
L2 Defense Inc.

Jean Lewis
Kramon & Graham, P. A.

Lindsay Lowe

Adrian McLemore
The Annie E. Casey Foundation

David Mitchell
Arena Players Incorporated

Marguerite Mugge
M&T Bank

Brennan Murray
BCT Design Group

Brigid Peterson
Brown Advisory

Judy Postmus
University of Maryland, School of Social Work

Alicia Ritchie
Nelson Mullins

Kera Ritter
Ritter Group LLC

Bill Robinson

Michael Robinson II
Jemicy School

Paul Ruppert
Baltimore Public Markets Corporation

Elissa Sachs-Kohen
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

Andrew Scherer
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Brad Schlaggar
Kennedy Krieger Institute

Vicki Schultz
University of Baltimore School of Law

Ben Schuman

Tony Scott
Southwest Partnership

Kark Steiner
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Saschane Stephenson
Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office

Madeleine Stokes
Johns Hopkins University

Kirk Sykes
SEED School of MD

Beth Tohn
Chez Elise Consulting

Ryan Turner
GreenLight Fund

George von Zedlitz
PNC Institutional Asset Management

Chip Warner
Y of Central Maryland

Lynette Washington
Baltimore City Public Schools

Juan Webster
Sagamore Pendry

Laura Weeldreyer
Maryland Family Network

Nichole Weems

Savannah Wood
The Afro Charities

Sanford Wu
Johns Hopkins Medicine