Director of Funded Partnerships
Dewana manages all administrative functions related to funds awarded to the Family League as well as the contractual administration with its funded partners. These functions include funder compliance, procurement, contract administration, and partner relationships.
Program Director of Professional Development
Amy collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to manage and grow the professional development plans for Family League programs and the larger Baltimore City community.
Program Director of Food Access
Sharon manages the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), ensuring that Family League fulfills its responsibilities as a sponsor agency.
Program Director of Interagency Initiatives
Rennett works collaboratively to support a variety of projects and strategies that aim to build strong families and safe environments for children and youth in Baltimore City. Working closely with city-wide agencies, she supports the implementation of evidence-based approaches and ensures they are reflective of local and national best practices. She oversees the Local Care Team; the Family Stability, Family Recovery and Youth Serving Bureaus Programs; and the Governor’s Office’s Children and Youth Division Thriving Youth Program.
Program Director of Community Schools & Out-of-School Time
Amani supports the planning, implementation, and oversight of programming with the Community Schools strategy and Out-of-School Time framework at Family League. She works collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to develop and manage the CS/OST strategy, including – but not limited to – work plans, milestones, and tracking progress toward achieving results.
Program Director of Home Visiting
Jazmyn oversees the Healthy Families America (HFA) program, including full management of the home visiting grants portfolio, the HFA HOPE program, and active leadership in the improvement of the citywide home visiting strategy. The HFA home visiting programs are a key component of the B’More for Healthy Babies collective impact strategy.
Director of Data & Evaluation
Jennifer is a key adviser to organizational leadership on data and research and is a strategic leader within Family League for data, program quality, and research and evaluation efforts.
Rachel D. Graham
Rachel oversees the organization’s internal and external communications functions and is centrally responsible for management of Family League’s brand. She also serves as Family League’s Public Information Officer.
Program Director, School Readiness
Yolanda is responsible for co-leading and staffing Baltimore City’s Early Childhood Advisory Council (ECAC). The ECAC is a citywide group of stakeholders dedicated to improving early childhood services and supports to improve school readiness at a population-level and reduce disparities. She is also part of the B’more for Healthy Babies’ (BHB) initiative and lead’s BHB’s work in two priority areas: parenting and social-emotional development. Yolanda is also integral to bridging Family League’s early childhood and school-aged portfolios of work nd oversees Family League’s pre-kindergarten out-of-school time programs (OST).
Manager of People & Culture
Mike provides full life-cycle human resources support to Family League’s operations and program functions by executing our People & Culture initiatives, driving functional excellence and process improvement, as well as building trusting relationships with internal senior leadership, vendors and funded partners.
Director of Programs
Melissa oversee multiple strategies, investments and direct services – including B’More for Healthy Babies, Food Access, Interagency Initiatives and the Local Care Team – with a focus on developing and implementing the strategic vision of the organization through their stewardship of programs.
Business Systems Administrator
Patrick ensures that all applicable software systems are operating at capacity in order to meet ever-changing business needs.
Director of Programs
Jenee oversees multiple strategies, investments and direct services – including Community Schools and Out-of-School Time, Expanded Youth Programs, and School Readiness – with a focus on developing and implementing the strategic vision of the organization through their stewardship of programs.
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