Promise Heights honored by The Greater Baltimore Committee

The Greater Baltimore Committee named Promise Heights and the University of Maryland Baltimore as one of the 2018 Mayor’s Business Recognition Award recipients. As one of 12 recipients, they praised Promise Heights’ ongoing commitment to community service at the award luncheon on December 5th. USM Chancellor Robert L. Claret, PhD, who nominated UMB for this award and highlighted the work of Promise Heights, attended the event as well as Jay Perman, UMB President, Richard P. Barth, Dean of the School of Social Work, Promise Heights leadership, as well as the Rosalind Lockwood, Executive Director for Furman L. Templeton Preparatory Academy. You can read UMB’s full press release here.

From left, Rosalind Lockwood, Executive Director, Furman L. Templeton Preparatory Academy; Henriette Taylor, Director of Community Schools, Promise Heights; Brownyn Mayden, Executive Director, Promise Heights; Kyla Liggett-Creel, Director of Research and Evaluation, Promise Heights; and Rachel Donegan, Assistant Director, Promise Heights. (photo credit: Mary Phelan)

From left, Rosalind Lockwood, Executive Director, Furman L. Templeton Preparatory Academy; Henriette Taylor, Director of Community Schools, Promise Heights; Brownyn Mayden, Executive Director, Promise Heights; Kyla Liggett-Creel, Director of Research and Evaluation, Promise Heights; and Rachel Donegan, Assistant Director, Promise Heights. (photo credit: Mary Phelan)