What Is Impact Hub Baltimore?
Impact Hub is part innovation lab, part coworking space, part civic forum. Our members are a vibrant, diverse and growing community of innovators and entrepreneurs dedicated to driving positive change in Baltimore and beyond. We provide an inclusive, inspiring, and functional space that connects our members to the ideas, resources, and people they need to make tangible social impact. We also serve as a gathering place for the global movement towards stronger cities and a new economy.
- Education + Youth
- Social Justice
- Health + Wellness
- Arts + Design
- Community Development + Housing
- City Planning + Transit
- Workforce + Economic Opportunity
- Green + Sustainability
Founding Members and Supporters
Impact Hub Baltimore has been created collectively by an extraordinary group of founding members and supporters across the city. Their commitment, energy, and investment has been integral to realizing this vision for a more connected and collaborative Baltimore.
Our Funders & Founding Investors
What started, in 2005, as a gathering place for impact pioneers in London, has grown to a community of more than 11,000 professional members in 63+ physical spaces worldwide. This growing community utilizes the power of entrepreneurship, collaboration and network effects to generate and advance innovative approaches to both local and global social and environmental challenges. The Impact Hub network is a global force for the new economy. We invite you to explore our network in Philadelphia, DC, New York, Boston, Oakland, San Francisco, Seattle, Amsterdam, Madrid, Johannesburg, and dozens of cities across the globe.
Learn more about Impact Hub Global
Meet the Founders
The Impact Hub Baltimore team has been delivering innovative programming for positive change since 2012 as “SocEnt Baltimore”. Convinced that complex challenges demand collaborative solutions, the team joined the global Impact Hub network in 2014 to create a place for the city’s creative changemakers to grow, connect, and thrive.
Program design and strategy advisor; champion for cross-sector exchange and collaboration. Community Design Lab & 34E25 co-founder. Masters in Public Health.
Real estate advisor; champion for social enterprise and community-led urban development. SocEnt Breakfast & 34E25 co-founder. Masters in Real Estate.
Thought leader in social innovation and investment; champion for inclusion and transformative systems change. SocEnt Breakfast co-founder; Invested Impact CEO.
Meet the Team
- Elaine Asal and Dana Verbosh (Gensler Architects) – Space Design & Community Engagement
- Jermaine Bell – Program Coordination & Graphic Design
- Scott Burkholder – Kick Incubator Lead
- Bryan Connor – User Experience & Systems Design
- Ami Dang (FORCE) – Customer Relations Management & Fundraising
- Andrew Hazlett (Hack Baltimore) – Member Recruitment & Operations
- Lindsey Henley – Member Onboarding & Orientation
- Oreoluwa Oladunni (BWiT) – Systems & Technology Development
- Kate Purcell (Kate Purcell Design) – Brand Management & Graphic Design
- Jamie McDonald (Generocity) – Stakeholder Engagement & Business Strategy
- Ted Rouse (Healthy Planet) – Real Estate Development & Social Ventures
- Danielle Torain (AECF) – Community Development & Inclusion
- Olga Maltseva Brillman (Warnock) – Marketing & Membership Strategy
- Jen Goold (NDC) – Workspace Design & Development
- Omar Muhammed (Morgan State) – Entrepreneurship & Institutional Partnership
- Darius Graham (JHU SIL) – Social Innovation & Institutional Partnership
- Sally Boulter (Impact Assets) – Impact Investing
- Kelly Keenan Trumpbour (See Jane Invest) – Entrepreneurship & Investing
- Mike Brenner (Betamore) – Coworking & Business Strategy
- Gayle Carney (CCTS) – Community Engagement & Partnership
- Jeff Cherry (Conscious Venture Lab) – Conscious Capitalism & Programs
- Alison Lambert (Gallagher, Evelius, and Jones) – Real Estate Legal Advisor
- Marcia Hart (Workplace 1080) – Workplace Optimization
- Mike Subelsky (STAQ) – Systems Development & Start-up Strategy
- Michael Cross-Barnet (Strong City Baltimore) – Media Strategy