September 1, 2016 - From the Blog
Live Baltimore started its 2017 fiscal year on July 1st with four new board members to complement the existing slate of 14 directors.
Jennifer Arminger—a resident of the Fells Point neighborhood, is a partner with the accounting firm Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman, CPAs. Her interest in Live Baltimore stems from our mission. She grew up in an Army family and moved around quite a bit. It wasn’t until she moved to Baltimore a couple years ago that she felt at home. She loves the city and city life and wants to help spread the word about what a great city this is! She looks forward to advancing our Way To Stay program to keep families in the city.
Roger Hartley—a resident of the Glenham-Belhar neighborhood, is the Dean of the College of Public Affairs at the University of Baltimore. His interest in Live Baltimore is rooted in community development. He used Live Baltimore during his relocation from North Carolina to Baltimore and credits the organization for helping him and his family find their home. Roger’s full-story is noted in our FY15 Annual Report.
Rick Abell—a resident of the Riverside neighborhood, is Vice President, Global Publisher Development with Exponential Interactive. His interest in Live Baltimore is credited to his love for the city, and desire to see it thrive now and in the future. He looks forward to using his marketing experience to overcome negative perceptions and educate people on why Baltimore really is so great.
Carlos Rodriguez—a resident of the Federal Hill neighborhood, is a senior tax associate with the accounting firm RS&F, LLC. His interest in Live Baltimore is to advance its mission to grown and retain the city’s population. He looks forward to applying his financial expertise and accounting skills while leveraging business connections to benefit the organization.
Learn more about our other directors and their commitment to city life.