Thursday, April 28, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Status: Space Available
The Graduate School at the University of Maryland, Baltimore is pleased to present the next installment in its Profiles in Social Innovation Series, which spotlights local leaders delivering sustainable solutions to complex problems. Join us at noon on April 28, for our second conversation in this series featuring Jayme Wooten, founder of CLLCTIVLY, a social change organization centering Black genius, narrative power, social networks, and resource mobilization. The UMB Profiles in Social Innovation series is sponsored by the Master of Science in Health and Social Innovation, where the next generation of Social Change agents are crafting their visions for sustainable social change. We hope that your participation in this exciting event will inspire you to begin to think big, and consider how we might be able to help you make your ideas come to life.