Kimberly Coleman is a Specialist of New Initiatives for Baltimore City Public Schools. 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, raising money to fund scholarships for deserving students who would have otherwise been unable to participate. Kim was awarded the 2017 Maryland Governor's Service Award and was named one of Maryland's Leading Women under 40 by the Maryland Daily Record in 2020.
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.
Alexis Aggarwal is a native of Baltimore who has loved to explore the world since she was a child. After spending a year in high school as an exchange student in Ecuador, her adventures haven't stopped. She worked in the field of international education for more than a decade, both building programs overseas to bring young people to the U.S. as exchange students, and also facilitating similar programs for young Americans to explore the world. She is the parent of two Baltimore City Public School students and an active member of her SE Baltimore community.
After college Melanie returned to her native Baltimore to teach middle school. In 2001, she transitioned to led the Single Step Program at the Community College of Baltimore County. Between 2004 and 2012, Melanie was a founder and board president of Patterson Park Public Charter School in Baltimore, chair of the Parent and Community Advisory Board for Baltimore’s school system, and member of Baltimore’s New and Charter School Advisory Board. She has also served as board president of Special Education Advocacy Project and as a board member for Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance.Melanie is currently the owner of an education consulting company. Her clients include Howard County Public School System, The Baltimore Academy, and Maryland Institute College of Art. She currently serves on the boards of the Fund for Educational Excellence, Clayworks, and the Sarah Lawrence College Alumni Association.
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.
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 13 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.
Adarelys Sanchez Caltempa is a rising sophomore at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. She enjoys crafting and drawing in her time and is interested in journaling and calligraphy. She was first introduced to B More Global in the 7th grade and was excited to be working with them this summer. She hopes to give future students a similar experience and hopes to get work experience from this internship.
Daeyona Jones attends Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. Her relationship with BMG started in 7th grade when she travelled aboard to the Dominican Republic with a full scholarship from BMG. As an intern for BMG, she's helping to assist other students to have the same memorable experience.
Robae Joseph is a rising sophomore at Baltimore City College. His passion for Bmore Global’s mission sprouted in 2019 when he got the opportunity to travel abroad to the Dominican Republic on a full scholarship. He's passionate about BMG’s mission because it gives students of Baltimore hands-on experiences with learning about other traditions and cultures. He is grateful to be able to return to Bmore Global so he can show my gratitude to them for letting him participate in the eye opening journey. Robae is also grateful because now he can help give other students the best learning experience of their lifetime.