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Excitement is in the air at Maryland Humanities as they gear up to revive our much-anticipated “Lunch with Lindsey” virtual series! Join Sisterhood Agenda and Maryland Humanities for an exclusive look into their SHINE grantmaking at their next Lunch with Lindsey. Sisterhood Agenda is represented by Founder and President, Angela D. Coleman.

What is Lunch with Lindsey?

Designed to offer the community a behind-the-scenes look at the impactful work that they do, this series is a unique opportunity to connect, learn, and be inspired. Mark your calendars for Friday, March 1, 2024, at 12:30 PM, as they dive into the heart of our SHINE Grantmaking initiative.

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This session promises to be especially enlightening, featuring a conversation with Lindsey Baker, our esteemed Chief Executive Officer, and Board Member Soo Koo. They will be joined by the 2024 SHINE recipients, Sisterhood Agenda, and the Chinese American Parent Association of Howard County, represented by Director of Development and External Affairs, Jean Xu.

About Lindsey Baker, the CEO

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Lindsey Baker, Lunch with Lindsey

Lindsey Baker is a passionate, action-oriented non-profit leader focused on community engagement, racial equity, transparency, and inclusivity.

Lindsey leads institutional change at Maryland Humanities by asking tough questions, running efficient meetings, and smashing goal lists, while specializing in engaging everyone at the table, learning from her mistakes, quoting Vu Lee, and challenging the status quo.

Lindsey Baker is a shero!

What if I missed this Lunch with Lindsey?

There will be more Lunch with Lindsey opportunities in the future.  The foundation encourages new applicants to contact them to find out more.  Previously known as SHINE Grant Program, Maryland Humanities has renamed it the Marilyn Hatza SHINE Grant Program. It only felt right to pay tribute to Maryland Humanities’ late Director of Grants and Community Engagement, Marilyn Hatza, in this way. She was central to the creation of this program, and much of Maryland Humanities’ other racial equity work. More about Lunch with Lindsey and Shine

Thank you, Maryland Humanities, for the important work that you do!

 

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