HCPI Task Force

The purpose of the Homewood Community Partners Initiative (HCPI) Task Force is to monitor the progress of the HCPI agenda, and to further that agenda. The task force meets quarterly, or more frequently if needed. Specifically, the task force’s role is to encourage other partners to make commitments to HCPI, facilitate collaboration of HCPI programs and review initiatives, set priorities, create a forum for communication with member organization representatives, insure equitable attention to all neighborhoods, collectively secure resources, and build a collective effort to implement the agenda.

 

The HCPI Task Force Co-Chairs are

Andrew Frank
Special Advisor to the President on Economic Development, Johns Hopkins University

Karen Stokes
Executive Director, Greater Homewood Community Corp.

Ellen Janes
Executive Director, Central Baltimore Partnership

 

Members of the HCPI task Force include

Neighborhood Associations

Charles Village Civic Association
Greater Remington Improvement Association
Okenshawe Improvement Association
New Greenmount West Community Association
Barclay Midway Old Goucher Coalition – BMOG
Old Goucher Community Association
Charles North Community Association

Nonprofit & Other Organizations

Village Parents
Station North Arts & Entertainment
Jubilee Baltimore
Charles Village Benefits District
Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.

Other Anchor Institutions

Union Memorial Hospital
Baltimore Museum of Art
University of Baltimore
Maryland Institute College of Art

City of Baltimore

Office of the Deputy Mayor
Baltimore Housing

JHU

Office of the President
School of Education
City Liaison, Dept. of Community & Gov’t Affairs

Businesses

Seawall Development
Waverly Main Street
Charles Village Business Association

Please contact Destiny Durso is you are interested or have questions about this task force at ddurso@centralbaltimore.org.

 

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