AMPLIFY Baltimore scores again! The commitment of time has been invaluable. The mix of panelists was fascinating and the audience, equally diverse and engaged.
I went for workforce development and stayed for financial literacy. Spencer’s First Dollar is a children’s book that talks about responsible spending. The author was there to talk about why he created the series of inspirational books for the pre-K crowd. I learned about MECU’s investment in student managed banks located in City High Schools. Jennifer Matthews spoke about her Post Foreclosure Credit Repair program and her website Creating Financial Literacy that features monthly webinars on financial education. I am thankful that I remain teachable. There are brilliant creative people sharing this City with us. Amplify Baltimore is a great place to meet them.
St. Ambrose will be on the panel about neighborhoods and housing on June 4th. Stay tuned.