SOURCE Community Council
Representatives from our partnering community-based organizations provide information, guidance, advice and support to SOURCE.
Applications for new Community Council Members are now being accepted. Application deadline is March 10, 2019.
Advice given by the CBOs could impact policy development, recruitment ideas, academic linkages and more. The council serves as a brainstorming group, or think tank, to address issues and concerns, and to create ideas and strategies to carry out the work of the center.
SOURCE’s Community Council is an integral component to SOURCE’s leadership committees. Serving on SOURCE’s Community Council is an excellent way to learn more about the wide range of services and recruitment efforts offered through SOURCE, the community engagement and service-learning center for the JHU health professional schools. The council serves in the following capacities:
- Advisory role for SOURCE and future direction of the Center
- Information dissemination to Baltimore community about SOURCE activities
- Advocacy of and providing information about SOURCE among/to community and JHU health professional schools
*Note: Recruitment for new Council members is conducted during the spring each year.
SOURCE Community Council Members
Patricia Barger, The Family Tree
Nancy Blackwell, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Melodie Cunningham, GEDCO
Quandra Gaines, The Men and Families Center
Mike Glenwick, Commodore John Rodgers
Veronica Land-Davis, Roberta's House
Todd Marcus, Intersection of Change
Eric Seymour, Esperanza Center
Casey Thomas, Soccer Without Borders
Mindi B. Levin, Director
Tyler Derreth, Associate Director
Keilah A. Jacques, Assistant Director
Tony Bridges, Assistant Director
Vanessa Pinkney, Administrative Coordinator
Ezzat Shehadeh, Communications & Events Specialist
Glenn Ross, Community Consultant