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Community Board Volunteer Request: TurnAround Inc.

LBC receives requests for volunteers from community organizations. Please see the details below regarding board members for TurnAround, Inc.

Organization Name: TurnAround, Inc.

Organization Website:

Contact Name: Amanda Rodriguez

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number: 410-377-8111

Organization Mission: To educate, advocate for and empower all people impacted by and intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking..

Volunteer Opportunity: Board Member

Desired Skills:

  • Development
  • Event Planning
  • Finances
  • Human Resources
  • Organizational Development
  • Public Advocacy/Policy
  • Strategic Planning/Positioning
  • Technology

Board Responsibilities:

  • Financial Commitment
  • Time Commitment
  • Fund Development
  • Serve on Committee

Letter from the President

Each year I feel a bit of melancholy to see LBC’s class come to an end. I think about all the impressive people and impactful moments the class shared and wonder if that great experience can happen anew. Unsurprisingly, the 2021 class members are nothing less than stunning. All 40 members have chosen to participate in a…

LBC Referral Program

LBC Referral Program Welcome to LBC’s Referral Program! We believe the best way to strengthen Baltimore County and build LBC’s invaluable network is to include you, the community and LBC alumni, in referring the best candidates. And, we are making it worth your while to participate. For each eligible referral you make, you will be…

Join the LBC Team! We are hiring!

Join our small, creative and dynamic team where your contributions matter. Leadership Baltimore County is seeking an administrative dynamo who is organized, driven and an out-of-the-box thinker to join our team on a part-time basis. Together, we direct an annual community leadership program and alumni activities.  Email cover letter detailing how you are qualified and resume to TITLE:  Administrative Specialist BACKGROUND:  Leadership Baltimore County, Inc. (LBC)…

Community Board Volunteer Request

LBC receives requests for volunteers from community organizations. Please see the details below regarding board members for Richcroft.   Organization Name: Richcroft, Inc. Organization Website: Contact Name: Kevin Drumheller Contact Email: Contact Phone Number: 410-316-9528 Organization Mission: To create opportunities for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to make choices that will…

LBC Announces a New Diversity Fund

LBC provides a rich learning experience through its signature program. We gather up to 40 leaders every year to engage in deep learning and debate around major issues facing our community and society. Participants explore the challenges and opportunities in areas such as education, public safety, economic development, health care, and more. High level speakers…

In-Kind A/V Support Request

Do you or your company have audio/visual expertise to share? LBC hosts frequent events. With the move to virtual and hybrid events, our technical needs have changed. Our small staff needs extra hands and expertise to ensure that all our events run smoothly. We are looking for in-kind support to serve at single or multiple…

In Memoriam

Col. Kim Ward, LBC ’92, died of cancer on Aug. 7. She was a career Baltimore County Police officer who rose through the ranks to become the highest-ranking female officer in department history until 2019 when County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr., LBC ’10, appointed Chief Melissa Hyatt. Kim was a visionary whose heart was made of…

Letter From the President

While these are extraordinary times with great challenges, I have been so encouraged by the LBC community. As I consider the three major challenges our world is grappling with – a global pandemic and related economic down turn, a fight to end systemic racism, and climate change – I look to this amazing community and…

Letter From the President

We are living in incredibly stressful times. From the once-in-a-lifetime (hopefully) pandemic to the economic fallout, the continued devaluing of black and brown lives and polarizing political perspectives, we are all hurting – and hurting deeply. Over the last few months, I have been engaging with class members, alumni, corporate partners and sponsors and the community at large and the…