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Kim is an education administrator with Baltimore City Public Schools, providing leadership and direction for high priority initiatives. Prior to this position, she worked in policy and legislation for the Deputy Mayor for Education in Washington, DC, and also taught in Baltimore City for 13 years. Kim has been coordinating study abroad programs for Baltimore students since 2007. Kim was awarded the 2017 Maryland Governor's Service Award, was named one of Maryland's Leading Women under 40 by the Maryland Daily Record in 2020, and was honored as one of Baltimore's Emerging Leaders under 40 by the Baltimore Banner in 2023.
Keisha Campbell is a Baltimore native and a Higher Education Administrator serving as the University Registrar for a local University. Keisha has over 15 years of work experience in the education field and she has also worked at non-profit organizations. She is a strong supporter of cultural and study abroad programs, especially for youth who may not typically have the opportunities offered to them to have that experience. Keisha holds her Bachelor of Arts in History and International Relations from the University of Maryland University College at Schwaebisch Gmuend and her MS in Negotiation and Conflict Management from the University of Baltimore.
Jennifer Martin is a biologist by training and the mother of two Baltimore City Public School students who have traveled abroad on school trips. Her volunteer activities have included working with kindergartners on reading readiness, serving as President of her local community association, and leading the Board of the Charles Village Community Benefits District. She was one of the founders of the Village Learning Place, a community library and learning center in Baltimore.
Thomas Brown is a teenage east Baltimore native. Growing up in Baltimore and participating on a B More Global trip himself, Thomas quickly learned the importance of both global travel and community leadership. With the help of B More Global, he looks to strengthen as well as broaden the perspectives of youth in his city in the same ways he was afforded. As a student representative, Thomas seeks to actively engage and empower the youth of Baltimore and present a fresh new perspective to the organization.
Mickey is a Private Client Relationship Advisor with Brown Advisory. He serves as a mentor to middle school students at Crossroads Charter school in Fells Point. Prior to joining Brown, Mickey served as a vice president, fiduciary advisor, and estate settlement advisor with PNC Private Bank. Born and raised in Southwest Baltimore City, he is a graduate of Roger Williams University School of Law (JD) and Marquette University (BA). He spends his time away from work with his family and dogs - hiking, fly fishing and traveling both near and far.
Mo is a private client relationship associate at Brown Advisory. He is responsible for supporting relationships with our clients. Prior to joining the Firm, Mo worked at T. Rowe Price. His professional career has seen him take on roles including coaching, development, and corporate training. Mo graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. Additionally, Mo is a FINRA-licensed agent.
Brian is a Senior Vice President, Senior Fiduciary Advisor at PNC Private Bank’s Harborside office. Working with the Private Bank’s ultra-high net worth group, Hawthorn, Brian helps multi-generational families execute on their estate and financial plans. Prior to joining PNC in 2018, Brian practiced law with Stouffer Legal, LLC, a boutique estate planning and elder law firm in Towson. Brian is a 2016 graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law, and a 2013 graduate of University of Maryland, Baltimore County. A lifelong Maryland resident, Brian currently resides in Hanover, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Allie.
Sarah is an attorney based out of Washington, D.C. Prior to her legal career, she was a middle school social studies teacher with the Baltimore City Public School System. Sarah is a strong believer in the value of travel for enrichment and student development, and in lowering barriers to travel for youth who otherwise might not have the opportunity.
Liz Shearer has worked in the international education field for 23 years and currently serves as the Director for Study Abroad & Away at Towson University. She is committed to increasing access to high impact global learning experiences to help today’s youth become socially responsible, engaged citizens of the world. Liz is also the co-founder of Bmore Abroad – a group that provides a space for productive collaboration and professional development for local international educators and raises funds for scholarships for college level study abroad in the Greater Baltimore area. Liz was born and raised in the UK and moved to Baltimore, Maryland in 1998.
Melissa Gómez de la Fuente is a product and project management leader with over 15 years of experience in the higher education and electronics manufacturing industries. Her global experience spans the US, Latin America, Europe and various Asian markets. Originally from Mexico, Melissa is a graduate of the Autonomous University of Guadalajara where she studied Electronic and Industrial Engineering, she obtained an MBA from Hult International Business School and received her Doctor in Business Administration from Walden University. Melissa has developed a talent for leading cross-cultural teams, she is successful in designing, implementing and managing new online products and developing business models.
Melissa Gomez de la Fuente
Abby Weeks is a physics teacher at The Academy for College and Career Exploration. She has been an educator with Baltimore City Public Schools for 14 years. Prior to this experience she was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana. Abby has coordinated study abroad programs within her school communities since 2018 and believes strongly in the power of world travel in shaping the futures of Baltimore City students.
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