committed to helping communities and families thrive

Our Team

committed to helping communities and families thrive

Renata Fries, Founder & President

With over 25 years of professional experience in the health care industry Renata has worked to develop health care strategies, policies and has been responsible for resolving health care disputes. Informed by her professional work, but inspired by her role as a mother of two she has shifted her focus in the past seven years to nutrition and fitness. Despite a hectic professional life she has always found time to cook wholesome meals for her family and friends. Cultivating a family practice of well-being has always been a top priority; thus when she read an article in 2010 published by Minority Women’s Health that reported that four out of five African American Women were obese she was moved to make a difference in her community. EndsideOut reflects this new commitment to share information with others, particularly women. Renata is dedicated to advancing knowledge about the importance of well-being and commitment to a healthy lifestyle. She has worked with individual clients, community organizations and in K-20 educational settings.

With over 25 years of professional experience in the health care industry Renata has worked to develop health care strategies, policies and has been responsible for resolving health care disputes. Informed by her professional work, but inspired by her role as a mother of two she has shifted her focus in the past seven years to nutrition and fitness. Despite a hectic professional life she has always found time to cook wholesome meals for her family and friends. Cultivating a family practice of well-being has always been a top priority; thus when she read an article in 2010 published by Minority Women’s Health that reported that four out of five African American Women were obese she was moved to make a difference in her community. EndsideOut reflects this new commitment to share information with others, particularly women. Renata is dedicated to advancing knowledge about the importance of well-being and commitment to a healthy lifestyle. She has worked with individual clients, community organizations and in K-20 educational settings.

Bridget Davis-Tobias, Administrative Coordinator

With over 30 years of experience as an Executive Assistant and Administrator in business, Bridget Davis-Tobias has worked for some of the top businesses and retailers in the industry.  Having worked as an Executive Assistant, and a managing Payroll Coordinator,  Bridget brings her vast administrative knowledge, operational and organizational skills to EndsideOut as an Administrative Coordinator. Bridget’s role and duties include,  the day-to-day administrative  functions operationally,  assisting the Senior Executive staff with program implementation and planning.  In her free time, Bridget enjoys reading and creating healthy, colorful meals.

With over 30 years of experience as an Executive Assistant and Administrator in business, Bridget Davis-Tobias has worked for some of the top businesses and retailers in the industry.  Having worked as an Executive Assistant, and a managing Payroll Coordinator,  Bridget brings her vast administrative knowledge, operational and organizational skills to EndsideOut as an Administrative Coordinator. Bridget’s role and duties include,  the day-to-day administrative  functions operationally,  assisting the Senior Executive staff with program implementation and planning.  In her free time, Bridget enjoys reading and creating healthy, colorful meals.

Dr. Calvert Moore, DNP, Advisor – Community Health

Dr Moore, DNP EndsideOut

Dr. Calvert Moore obtained her Associate‚Äôs degree in Nursing from Baltimore City Community College, Bachelor‚Äôs of Science from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Master‚Äôs degree in Community/Public Health Nursing from the University of Maryland, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Chatham University. Calvert is also a Board Certified Public Health Nurse.¬†She ran a hospital-based community health program that developed programming schools based on identified needs. She is an adjunct faculty member for the RN-BSN program at the University in Maryland School of Nursing. Calvery published the book “The Dynamics of the Parent/Child Relationship: The Effects on One’s Life” and is a motivational speaker and consultant. Calvert has worked on a number of committees within the hospital, Baltimore City Health Department, local schools, University of Maryland, and a variety of non-profit organizations. In 2014, Calvert was recognized by Baltimore Magazine and received their Nursing Excellence Award.

Dr. Calvert Moore obtained her Associate‚Äôs degree in Nursing from Baltimore City Community College, Bachelor‚Äôs of Science from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Master‚Äôs degree in Community/Public Health Nursing from the University of Maryland, and her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Chatham University. Calvert is also a Board Certified Public Health Nurse.¬†She ran a hospital-based community health program that developed programming schools based on identified needs. She is an adjunct faculty member for the RN-BSN program at the University in Maryland School of Nursing. Calvery published the book “The Dynamics of the Parent/Child Relationship: The Effects on One’s Life” and is a motivational speaker and consultant. Calvert has worked on a number of committees within the hospital, Baltimore City Health Department, local schools, University of Maryland, and a variety of non-profit organizations. In 2014, Calvert was recognized by Baltimore Magazine and received their Nursing Excellence Award.

Temika Griffin, RN MSN, Nurse Educator

Temika Griffin, RN MSN

Temika Griffin has 11 years of professional nursing experience which includes Diabetic Resource Nurse, critical care, home health, interventional radiology with emphasis in AV fistulas and grafts, and surgical/recovery room nursing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Coppin State University located in Baltimore, MD. Mrs. Griffin has certifications in CPR, ACLS (advanced cardiac life support), and is a Registered Delegating Nurse in Maryland, and is the first ever recipient of their Nursing Excellence Award.

Temika Griffin has 11 years of professional nursing experience which includes Diabetic Resource Nurse, critical care, home health, interventional radiology with emphasis in AV fistulas and grafts, and surgical/recovery room nursing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Coppin State University located in Baltimore, MD. Mrs. Griffin has certifications in CPR, ACLS (advanced cardiac life support), and is a Registered Delegating Nurse in Maryland, and is the first ever recipient of their Nursing Excellence Award.

Public Health Team

Jessly Joy, MPH, Public Health Director

Jessly graduated from the George Washington University with a Masters in Public Health. She has prior experience developing and disseminating public health programming for various populations regarding physical health, mental health, sexual health, and nutrition. She served as a health educator for her college peers during her undergraduate study, and has since supported several public health and analytic research efforts at numerous health agencies. At EndsideOut, she will be managing the Public Health and Nutrition & Exercise teams, leading curriculum development efforts and ongoing monitoring and evaluation of EndsideOut’s program impact and success. She has a passion for empowering young and underserved populations to strive for optimal health and well-being; a firm believer that good health is the true testament of wealth! Outside of work, she enjoys dance, practicing yoga, and exploring new places and foods.

Jessly graduated from the George Washington University with a Masters in Public Health. She has prior experience developing and disseminating public health programming for various populations regarding physical health, mental health, sexual health, and nutrition. She served as a health educator for her college peers during her undergraduate study, and has since supported several public health and analytic research efforts at numerous health agencies. At EndsideOut, she will be managing the Public Health and Nutrition & Exercise teams, leading curriculum development efforts and ongoing monitoring and evaluation of EndsideOut’s program impact and success. She has a passion for empowering young and underserved populations to strive for optimal health and well-being; a firm believer that good health is the true testament of wealth! Outside of work, she enjoys dance, practicing yoga, and exploring new places and foods.

Catherine Chittal

Catherine graduated from Virginia Tech in May of 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition Foods and Exercise Science. She is currently getting a Master of Physiology at North Carolina State University and plans to become a Physician Assistant. During Catherine’s time at Virginia Tech, she volunteered with the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad and served as a Lieutenant in her last year. She was an active member of the GIVE volunteers club and enjoyed educating the community of Blacksburg about sustainability. Outside of school, Catherine enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, and exercising.

Catherine graduated from Virginia Tech in May of 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition Foods and Exercise Science. She is currently getting a Master of Physiology at North Carolina State University and plans to become a Physician Assistant. During Catherine’s time at Virginia Tech, she volunteered with the Virginia Tech Rescue Squad and served as a Lieutenant in her last year. She was an active member of the GIVE volunteers club and enjoyed educating the community of Blacksburg about sustainability. Outside of school, Catherine enjoys hiking, traveling, reading, and exercising.

Amanda Golloub

Amanda graduated from The University at Albany in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science. She later returned in 2020 to pursue a Master of Public Health degree. Amanda has prior experience working in the Rhode Island and Arizona Departments of Health on their COVID-19 mitigation teams. Amanda has also worked as a youth all-star cheerleading coach, ensuring children are educated on their physical health, growth, and development. She aims to take her professional experience and work on broader public health issues that the community experiences. Amanda joins the EndsideOut team to support curriculum development.

Amanda graduated from The University at Albany in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science. She later returned in 2020 to pursue a Master of Public Health degree. Amanda has prior experience working in the Rhode Island and Arizona Departments of Health on their COVID-19 mitigation teams. Amanda has also worked as a youth all-star cheerleading coach, ensuring children are educated on their physical health, growth, and development. She aims to take her professional experience and work on broader public health issues that the community experiences. Amanda joins the EndsideOut team to support curriculum development.

Camryn Williams

Camryn Williams is an MPH candidate at the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health concentrating in Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences. Camryn is interested in community trauma and minority health through a narrative medicine lens and hopes to carry out this work in her research and professional career outlooks. Camryn has experience working in food and nutrition, criminal justice, supporting unhoused populations, and diaspora-centered health. In 2021 she served as a CDC Public Health Scholar and worked with nonprofits in the southern California region around drug and harm reduction. Camryn also developed a research project around the mental health outcomes for Black women in the wake of COVID-19.  In the future, Camryn hopes to develop a research institute that examines intergenerational trauma experienced by adolescent Black migrants. At EndsideOut, Camryn will be supporting curriculum development on the public health team. Raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Camryn enjoys spoken word, traditional west African dance, and creative writing.

Camryn Williams is an MPH candidate at the Emory University Rollins School of Public Health concentrating in Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences. Camryn is interested in community trauma and minority health through a narrative medicine lens and hopes to carry out this work in her research and professional career outlooks. Camryn has experience working in food and nutrition, criminal justice, supporting unhoused populations, and diaspora-centered health. In 2021 she served as a CDC Public Health Scholar and worked with nonprofits in the southern California region around drug and harm reduction. Camryn also developed a research project around the mental health outcomes for Black women in the wake of COVID-19.  In the future, Camryn hopes to develop a research institute that examines intergenerational trauma experienced by adolescent Black migrants. At EndsideOut, Camryn will be supporting curriculum development on the public health team. Raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland, Camryn enjoys spoken word, traditional west African dance, and creative writing.

Betia Zeng

Betia is a student at Rutgers University studying Public Health with a minor in Statistics. She is passionate about epidemiology and plans to pursue her Master’s degree in Public Health at Rutgers as well. Betia has previously assisted in community-engaged research projects and is currently conducting research on telehealth access and experience for vulnerable populations in New Jersey. At EndsideOut, she will be involved with the Public Health Team and assist in grant writing. Outside of work and school, Betia enjoys horseback riding, photography, and spending time with her dog.

Betia is a student at Rutgers University studying Public Health with a minor in Statistics. She is passionate about epidemiology and plans to pursue her Master’s degree in Public Health at Rutgers as well. Betia has previously assisted in community-engaged research projects and is currently conducting research on telehealth access and experience for vulnerable populations in New Jersey. At EndsideOut, she will be involved with the Public Health Team and assist in grant writing. Outside of work and school, Betia enjoys horseback riding, photography, and spending time with her dog.

Programming and Policy Analysis

Amanda Gao, Program Manager

Amanda is a student at Georgetown University majoring in Healthcare Management and Policy with a concentration in policy analysis. She previously worked in an international student health organization focused on youth leadership education, service, and education. She has experience assisting in community health research with Georgetown University’s Community Health Division, and works as a volunteer EMT. At EndsideOut, Amanda is responsible for training and leading a team of youth health educators to implement the Know Your Health program. She assists with grant writing and program development. Additionally, Amanda helps maintain EndsideOut’s website and coordinates social media content production. Amanda is passionate about empowering youth and learning about challenges in achieving health equity. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and dancing.

Amanda is a student at Georgetown University majoring in Healthcare Management and Policy with a concentration in policy analysis. She previously worked in an international student health organization focused on youth leadership education, service, and education. She has experience assisting in community health research with Georgetown University’s Community Health Division, and works as a volunteer EMT. At EndsideOut, Amanda is responsible for training and leading a team of youth health educators to implement the Know Your Health program. She assists with grant writing and program development. Additionally, Amanda helps maintain EndsideOut’s website and coordinates social media content production. Amanda is passionate about empowering youth and learning about challenges in achieving health equity. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and dancing.

Antionette Brockenbrough

Antionette Brockenbrough is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Student majoring in Human and Organizational Leadership and Development, and minoring in Health and Society. Her passion lies in cultivating the health and wealth of the Black and Brown community through education and other resources. She recognizes that access to education paves the way for greater opportunities that can be utilized to achieve one’s idea of a successful life. She has worked as a college success mentor for underrepresented students in Baltimore City and serves as the Success and Support coordinator for a nonprofit in Durham that focuses on giving promising underrepresented students additional educational resources. She has also created a nonprofit that uses dance as a form of stress management in children. At EndsideOut, Antionette contributes to grant writing, business development, and other operational needs.

Antionette Brockenbrough is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Student majoring in Human and Organizational Leadership and Development, and minoring in Health and Society. Her passion lies in cultivating the health and wealth of the Black and Brown community through education and other resources. She recognizes that access to education paves the way for greater opportunities that can be utilized to achieve one’s idea of a successful life. She has worked as a college success mentor for underrepresented students in Baltimore City and serves as the Success and Support coordinator for a nonprofit in Durham that focuses on giving promising underrepresented students additional educational resources. She has also created a nonprofit that uses dance as a form of stress management in children. At EndsideOut, Antionette contributes to grant writing, business development, and other operational needs.

Henry Butenschoen

Henry

Henry received a BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs on a Pre-Health Track from Occidental College in 2020, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Applied Science in Global Health Planning and Management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is passionate about public health and believes that it is a fundamental human right to have the opportunity to attain the highest level of health and well-being. Henry has volunteered as a medical scribe and worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) HIV, Health and Development Group. In his role, Henry researched the connection between national policies that discriminate against key populations and incidence rates of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria. He also worked on an issue brief for how micro-health insurance can be implemented in LMICs to ensure universal health coverage. At EO, Henry promotes the organization through newsletters and social media. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, running, playing the trumpet and guitar, and learning about cultures around the world.

Henry received a BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs on a Pre-Health Track from Occidental College in 2020, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Applied Science in Global Health Planning and Management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is passionate about public health and believes that it is a fundamental human right to have the opportunity to attain the highest level of health and well-being. Henry has volunteered as a medical scribe and worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) HIV, Health and Development Group. In his role, Henry researched the connection between national policies that discriminate against key populations and incidence rates of HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria. He also worked on an issue brief for how micro-health insurance can be implemented in LMICs to ensure universal health coverage. At EO, Henry promotes the organization through newsletters and social media. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, running, playing the trumpet and guitar, and learning about cultures around the world.

Michael Terzi

Michael has a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Economics from Towson University as a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Business Honors Society. Throughout the latter years of his academic career, Michael specialized his works in Economics conducting an independent study on the socioeconomic effects of housing discrimination and predatory lending practices. His knowledge of data collection and regression analytics allowed him to develop a better understanding of the causal factors of poverty within Baltimore City. Michael, a lifelong Baltimore resident, is motivated to address the stratification that compounds poverty in underserved communities in Baltimore. He believes that societal and systemic barriers to wealth accumulation for minority communities must be acknowledged and remedied for progress to be made in alleviating the incidence of urban poverty. As part of the Grant Writing team at EO, Michael will be conducting data research and analytics to construct accurate proposals based on empirical evidence. Outside of work, he enjoys taking neighborhood jogs, nature hikes with his dog, and playing the piano. He appreciates a good adventure and loves meeting new people to learn from and share ideas with them.

Michael has a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Economics from Towson University as a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Business Honors Society. Throughout the latter years of his academic career, Michael specialized his works in Economics conducting an independent study on the socioeconomic effects of housing discrimination and predatory lending practices. His knowledge of data collection and regression analytics allowed him to develop a better understanding of the causal factors of poverty within Baltimore City. Michael, a lifelong Baltimore resident, is motivated to address the stratification that compounds poverty in underserved communities in Baltimore. He believes that societal and systemic barriers to wealth accumulation for minority communities must be acknowledged and remedied for progress to be made in alleviating the incidence of urban poverty. As part of the Grant Writing team at EO, Michael will be conducting data research and analytics to construct accurate proposals based on empirical evidence. Outside of work, he enjoys taking neighborhood jogs, nature hikes with his dog, and playing the piano. He appreciates a good adventure and loves meeting new people to learn from and share ideas with them.

Community Outreach

Adjoa Ofosu-Ameyaw, Community Coordinator

Adjoa is a graduate from Johns Hopkins University with a Masters in Public Health. While receiving her undergraduate degree, Adjoa performed community outreach work in Prince George’s County, contacting and informing families to apply for government and private health benefits they qualified for while aiding in the application process. She also created and taught a health science curriculum with a strong public health focus in a school in Memphis, Tennessee to increase health literacy in children and their communities. Adjoa believes lack of information is one of the main drivers of inequity in communities of color, to which she works to eliminate. At EndsideOut, Adjoa serves as the Community Coordinator and supports the Public Health Team in designing and implementing health initiatives targeted to parents to increase the public’s health in Baltimore communities. In her free time, she enjoys reading, and hanging out with her cat, A.J.

Adjoa is a graduate from Johns Hopkins University with a Masters in Public Health. While receiving her undergraduate degree, Adjoa performed community outreach work in Prince George’s County, contacting and informing families to apply for government and private health benefits they qualified for while aiding in the application process. She also created and taught a health science curriculum with a strong public health focus in a school in Memphis, Tennessee to increase health literacy in children and their communities. Adjoa believes lack of information is one of the main drivers of inequity in communities of color, to which she works to eliminate. At EndsideOut, Adjoa serves as the Community Coordinator and supports the Public Health Team in designing and implementing health initiatives targeted to parents to increase the public’s health in Baltimore communities. In her free time, she enjoys reading, and hanging out with her cat, A.J.

Nanah-Kadija Fofanah

Nanah-Kadija has over 8 years of professional experience as a certified public health professional with a commitment to the health and well-being of individuals and communities. She obtained her Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida. She has a background in health education, health promotion, community engagement, and health and wellness content creation. Nanah-Kadija supports the EndsideOut Public Health team with program development and implementation. Nanah-Kadija Fofanah is passionate about health and well-being. She believes that we are all spiritual beings having a human experience and we find joyful success in the journey when we are well. She enjoys spending quality with herself, family, and friends. She finds peace and joy in nature and on her prayer and yoga mat. Some of her hobbies include reading, traveling, connecting with others, and attending poetry and comedy shows.

Nanah-Kadija has over 8 years of professional experience as a certified public health professional with a commitment to the health and well-being of individuals and communities. She obtained her Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Florida. She has a background in health education, health promotion, community engagement, and health and wellness content creation. Nanah-Kadija supports the EndsideOut Public Health team with program development and implementation. Nanah-Kadija Fofanah is passionate about health and well-being. She believes that we are all spiritual beings having a human experience and we find joyful success in the journey when we are well. She enjoys spending quality with herself, family, and friends. She finds peace and joy in nature and on her prayer and yoga mat. Some of her hobbies include reading, traveling, connecting with others, and attending poetry and comedy shows.

Dara Gleeson

Dara Gleeson

Dara graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health with minors in Psychology and Civic Engagement. Dara is currently a Master of Public Health candidate at the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH). At YSPH, Dara is a student in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department and is on the Maternal Child Health Promotion track. Prior to working with EndsideOut, Dara worked and volunteered with various non-profit agencies and advocacy groups, as well as at her local health department in an effort to improve health conditions and services for families and members of her community. At EndsideOut, Dara develops and designs the monthly newsletter that is distributed to families. Dara also recently obtained certification as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching new and old TV shows and movies, reading books, and attending plays and musicals.

Dara graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health with minors in Psychology and Civic Engagement. Dara is currently a Master of Public Health candidate at the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH). At YSPH, Dara is a student in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department and is on the Maternal Child Health Promotion track. Prior to working with EndsideOut, Dara worked and volunteered with various non-profit agencies and advocacy groups, as well as at her local health department in an effort to improve health conditions and services for families and members of her community. At EndsideOut, Dara develops and designs the monthly newsletter that is distributed to families. Dara also recently obtained certification as a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES). Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching new and old TV shows and movies, reading books, and attending plays and musicals.

Community Health Educators

Alan Truong

Alan is a senior at Johns Hopkins University studying Public Health and plans to pursue a Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management. Prior to working at EndsideOut, Alan lived and worked in Athens, GA at the Northeast Health District. Alan started off as an intern with the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response, assisting the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Training Coordinator, Risk Communicator, and Healthcare Coalition Facilitator in COVID-19 response. He then was part of a team that focused on vulnerable populations outreach responses to ensure equitable healthcare and access to vaccinations. After working at mass vaccination sites, Alan worked on vaccination outreach events in the community to see his work come to fruition. Through this community outreach, he realized his desire as well as the need for more focused approaches in the community. Alan currently is a Youth Health Educator at Endside Out and will also be assisting with other programs within the organization. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring all that Baltimore city has to offer, cooking and trying new foods, and playing with his dog, Hiro.

Alan is a senior at Johns Hopkins University studying Public Health and plans to pursue a Master of Public Health in Health Policy and Management. Prior to working at EndsideOut, Alan lived and worked in Athens, GA at the Northeast Health District. Alan started off as an intern with the Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response, assisting the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Training Coordinator, Risk Communicator, and Healthcare Coalition Facilitator in COVID-19 response. He then was part of a team that focused on vulnerable populations outreach responses to ensure equitable healthcare and access to vaccinations. After working at mass vaccination sites, Alan worked on vaccination outreach events in the community to see his work come to fruition. Through this community outreach, he realized his desire as well as the need for more focused approaches in the community. Alan currently is a Youth Health Educator at Endside Out and will also be assisting with other programs within the organization. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, exploring all that Baltimore city has to offer, cooking and trying new foods, and playing with his dog, Hiro.

Heydy Herbert

Heydy is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland, College Park majoring in Behavioral and Community Health and minoring in Law and Society. She is an alumna of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. She has been a part of community-based programs such as MERIT Health Leadership Academy, which has inspired her passion for public health. Seeing the disparities her city has been dealing with, Heydy has been actively trying to figure out solutions to help all the communities in Baltimore City. Heydy’s passion is to promote health equity globally. She wants to ensure that Black and Brown communities have access to the resources they need to live a good and healthy life. She hopes that as a Community Health Educator at EndsideOut, she can inspire future leaders in Baltimore City. 

Heydy is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland, College Park majoring in Behavioral and Community Health and minoring in Law and Society. She is an alumna of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. She has been a part of community-based programs such as MERIT Health Leadership Academy, which has inspired her passion for public health. Seeing the disparities her city has been dealing with, Heydy has been actively trying to figure out solutions to help all the communities in Baltimore City. Heydy’s passion is to promote health equity globally. She wants to ensure that Black and Brown communities have access to the resources they need to live a good and healthy life. She hopes that as a Community Health Educator at EndsideOut, she can inspire future leaders in Baltimore City. 

Pearl Angeline Dingzon

Pearl Angeline Dingzon is a student at Johns Hopkins University majoring in Psychology on the pre-med track. Pearl graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and participated in a program called MERIT Health Leadership Academy where she first learned about the disparities in Baltimore. Pearl is a youth health educator, hoping to teach children about the importance of health and well-being. In her free time, she likes playing badminton, trying new foods, spending time with friends and family, and watching shows.

Pearl Angeline Dingzon is a student at Johns Hopkins University majoring in Psychology on the pre-med track. Pearl graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and participated in a program called MERIT Health Leadership Academy where she first learned about the disparities in Baltimore. Pearl is a youth health educator, hoping to teach children about the importance of health and well-being. In her free time, she likes playing badminton, trying new foods, spending time with friends and family, and watching shows.