On the Front Lines: UMB Champions of Excellence: Promise Heights Team
AuthorPhelan, Mary T.
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Other TitlesKeeping Their Promise On the Front Lines: UMB Champions of Excellence Promise Heights Team School of Social Work
UMB Champions of Excellence Promise Heights Team
DescriptionNews release announcing the Champions of Excellence award to the School of Social Works' Promise Heights Team. The team had to pivot to offer all online services to the West Baltimore communities during COVID-19. They offered services like food delivery, which supported black-owned businesses and farms, while feeding the community. They transitioned the in person B'More Healthy Babies to a virtual environment to support new mothers.
The Champions of Excellence campaign is a multiyear branding campaign at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) in which we highlight individuals and teams that exemplify extraordinary accomplishment and represent excellence at the University.
In the 2020 campaign, On the Front Lines: UMB Champions of Excellence, we are featuring UMB’s essential employees, the front-line workers who have continued to fulfill their extraordinary commitment to the University by keeping our important functions and operations running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Promise Heights Team includes: Bronwyn Mayde, Executive Director; Rachel Donegan, Assistant Director; Christian Edge, Director of Strategic Partnerships; Shazia Hashmi, Lead Research Analyst; Nick Peters, CITS Lead Web Developer; Lisa Lewenz, Communication Specialist; Daniel Schertle, Accountant; Jennifer Hasselbusch, Program Management Specialist; Jilian Krueger, School & Community Outreach Coordinator; Stacey Stephens, Clinicial Instructor, Director, B'more for Healthy Babies; Angelise Shelby, Social Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies; Blair Davis, Social Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies; Shasha Satchell, Community Health Outreach Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies/Nimrod; Celestine Tolliver, Community Health Outreach Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies/Nimrod; Giselle Joseph, Community Health Outreach Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies/Nimrod; Meldon Dickens, Community Health Outreach Worker, B'more for Healthy Babies/Nimrod; Clare Donofrio, Early Childhood MHC/EMES Judy Ctr.; Russell Elmore, Community School Director/EMES; Shawnta Cummings, Parent Leader/EM; Renee Prioleau, Parent Leader/EM; Linda Callahan, Early Childhood MHC/FLT; Nikea Taylor, Early Childhood Assistant; Meaghan Tine, Community School Director; Latoria Mackey, Assistant Community School Director; Cynthia Banks, Parent Leader; Stormi Lynn, Parent Leader; Dominique Robinson, Parent Leader; Catherine Anthony, Community School Director; Alex Gomez, PromiseCorps Site Supervisor; Mariel Pfister, Community School Director; Allyson Tarbox, Assistant Community School Director; Alisha Carter, Parent Leader; Brandie Thomas-Cunningham, College & Career Coordinator; Hallie Atwater, Community School Director; Cureema Uzzell, Assistant Community School Director; April Dodd, Parent Leader; Vania Iscandari, Family Prosperity Coordinator/Nimrod; Samirah Abdul-Fattah, CBCR Program Coordinator; Derris Hawkins-Smith, College & Career Coordinator; Roslyn Jones, Program Management Specialist; Yvette McLeod, Early Childhood Assistant
Series/Report No.2020 UMB Champions of Excellence;
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KeywordCoronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Promise Heights Team
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work
University of Maryland, Baltimore
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