The Leadership is honored to announce the Class of 2024 for its 40th Flagship Program class. These 63 leaders will join the more than 1,900 alumni who have preceded them.

  • Constellation
    Abhinav Krishna
  • Annie E. Casey Foundation
    Aliza Sollins
  • American Trading and Production Corporation
    Andrew Weeks
  • Clymb
    Ashley Williams
  • Johns Hopkins University | Medicine
    Branville Bard
  • Baltimore Gas and Electric
    Charles Washington
  • Foundation for the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women
    Chevonne Hall Smith
  • Venable LLP
    Christopher Mudd
  • CASA
    Ciara Huff
  • Baltimore Ravens
    Cody Williams
  • Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP
    Collin Wojciechowski
  • Turner Construction Company
    Dana Blackwood
  • Enoch Pratt Free Library
    Darcell Graham
  • Truist Financial Corporation
    David Robinson
  • Epic Art Universe
    Dion Bowen
  • Miles & Stockbridge P.C.
    Emily Higgs
  • Quinn Evans Architects
    Ethan Marchant
  • City of Baltimore
    Faith Leach
  • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc
    Geoffrey Abrahams
  • B.U.I.L.D.
    George Hopkins
  • Loyola University Maryland
    Gia Grier McGinnis
  • Middendorf Foundation
    Havaca Ganguly
  • Uplift Alliance
    Heidi Arndt
  • Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP
    Jamar Brown
  • New Song Community Learning Center
    Jayson Green
  • Baltimore Police Department
    Jeffrey Featherstone
  • Office of US Senator Chris Van Hollen
    Jessica Klaitman
  • Art in Praxis
    Jessica Solomon
  • MedStar Harbor Hospital
    Jill Donaldson
  • Franklin Templeton
    John Wolff
  • Baltimore's Promise
    Julia Baez
  • The SEED School of MD
    Kathryn Byram
  • United Way of Central Maryland
    Keith D. Bryant
  • Baltimore City Health Department
    Kelleigh Eastman
  • Brown Goldstein & Levy, LLP
    Kevin Docherty
  • UMBC
    Kimberly Moffitt
  • Greater Baltimore Committee
    Lisa Byrd
  • Mayor's Office of Employment Development
    MacKenzie Garvin
  • Saul Ewing LLP
    Mark Simanowith
  • Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough
    Mary Biscoe-Hall
  • Chauncey's LLC
    Melanie Kerr
  • WYPR Radio
    Melissa Gerr
  • The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
    Mike Sellman
  • The Peale
    Nancy Proctor
  • Black Girls Vote
    Natasha Murphy
  • Enterprise Community Development
    Nii Sowah
  • CareFirst BCBS
    Patrice Kingsley
  • Brown Advisory
    Paul Snyder
  • City of Baltimore
    Phylicia Porter
  • Baltimore Public Markets Corporation
    Randi Norris
  • Kaiser Permanente
    Regina Webb
  • Onyx Development
    Rian Hargrave
  • Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc
    Robert Pipik
  • America's Promise Alliance
    Sadiq Ali
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Sarasijhaa Desikan
  • PNC Investments
    Shuron Morton
  • Code in the Schools
    Stephanie Alphee
  • Brightview Senior Living
    Steve Marker
  • M & T Bank
    Tanya Dorsey
  • Challenge 2 Change Inc.
    Terry Williams
  • The Be. Org
    Tonee Lawson
  • Baltimore City Public Schools
    Tracey Durant
  • Fearless
    Tracy Curry

“This is always such an exciting time of year. We’re thrilled to launch our 40th Flagship program class and to convene a wonderfully diverse and talented group of extraordinary people who are leading throughout the Baltimore region. The Class of 2024 joins a legacy of leaders who have contributed significantly to Baltimore, strengthening our organizations and the civic fabric of our community. Through their experience together, these leaders will further strengthen their capacity to mobilize others to catalyze change throughout the region,” shared David Sachs, The Leadership’s Executive Director.

“Through The Leadership I was able to expand my network, develop long-lasting relationships with leaders in a variety of industries and gain a better understanding of Baltimore’s history and opportunities as a business owner and entrepreneur.” – Delali Dzirasa (Class of 2018), CEO and Founder of Fearless.

The Flagship Program is a 9-month experiential leadership program that develops participants in three areas:

  • Deepening their understanding of Baltimore’s history, challenges, assets, and people
  • Strengthening their capacity to lead in their organizations and communities
  • Forging substantive relationships to provide and build a network for collective action