Community Resource Council

The Community Resource Council (CRC) of the Junior League of Baltimore was established to serve as a formally designated group of community representatives on whom the League can call on for assistance and advice on overall programs and or specific tasks or functions.

The purpose of the CRB is to advise the League on community related issues as well as to act as ambassadors for the Junior League of Baltimore to the community at large. They serve as a sounding board and a resource to the League as they help to expand our network and increase our visibility with other organizations, businesses and the community.

The CRB is comprised of well-respected individuals who live, work or serve in the Baltimore community, individuals with expertise and skills needed by the League, and individuals who are decision makers and influencers in their circles and organizations. To inquire about joining the CRC, please contact presidentelect@jlbalt.org

Thomas R. Akras, Esq., Deputy Executive Secretary, Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City

Tracey Barbour-Gillett, Program Officer for Community Development, The Abell Foundation

Julie Cox, Vice President, Department of Development, LifeBridge Health Systems

Megan Farrell, Assistant Professor, Notre Dame of Maryland University

Alice Ann Finnerty, Owner, The Turnover Shop, Inc.

Darius Graham, J.D., Director, Social Innovation Lab, Johns Hopkins University

Bill Henry, Council Member, Baltimore City Council

Dr. Tuajuanda Jordan, President, St. Mary’s College of Maryland

Steve Kaiser, President, Kaiser Associates

Gail Kaplan, Director of Marketing, Classic Catering

Clem Mueller, Partner, KAWG&F

Kimberly Neal, General Counsel and Grant Relations Officer, The Children’s Guild

Laura Thul Penza, Principal, Penza Bailey Architects

Bob Schaefer, Executive Director (retired), France-Merrick Foundation

Catherine Stokes, Vice President, Telesis Corporation

Linda Taylor, Principal, Govans Elementary School

Stephen Wise, Fashion Designer & Owner, Stephen Wise Baltimore

Katie Wunderlich, Deputy Legislative Officer, Office of the Governor