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|Title: ||Power Panel Inspires Girls, Women|
|Other Titles: ||Women Making a Difference in Baltimore's Communities|
|Authors: ||Zang, Christian|
|Subject Keywords: ||University of Maryland, Baltimore|
Women's History Month
|Description: ||Report of a panel discussion entitled, Women Making a Difference in Baltimore's Communities, held on March 9, 2017 in celebration of Women's History Month.|
Sponsored by the UMB Roundtable on Empowerment in Leadership and Leveraging Aspiration (The UMBRELLA Group).
Catherine Pugh, Mayor, City of Baltimore;
Ericka L. Alston-Buck, Chief Executive Officer, Maryland Community Health Initiatives (Penn-North);
Edith Gilliard-Canty, President, Franklin Square Community Association;
Rachel Garbow Monroe, MBA, President and CEO of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation;
and, Candace Pierce, office manager at UMB and "first lady' of Carter Memorial Church of God in Christ.
Jody Olson, PhD, MSW, visiting professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work and director of UMB's Center for Global Education Initiatives, moderated the discussion.
|Appears in Collections:||Women's History Month|
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