Spotlight on…Jeremy Rosendale

Date: January 5, 2016

Welcome, Emerging Leaders United Director, Jeremy Rosendale

We are delighted to introduce Jeremy Rosendale, Director of Emerging Leaders United (ELU). ELU is a dynamic group of passionate young professionals committed to making positive change in central Maryland.

Jeremy’s extensive experience includes roles at the City of Baltimore Department of Transportation, Office of Governor Martin O’Malley, Baltimore City Council, Baltimore County Government, Office of Harford County Executive and Maryland General Assembly. Jeremy graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Government. He’s a proud Baltimorean living in the same house his grandfather was born in, located in Locust Point. Jeremy served as the coordinator for the Governor’s Office Combined Charity Campaign for a number of years and understands the impact United Way has on our communities. He is eager to become more involved and engage with ELU members to change the odds for individuals and families in need.

Outside of work, Jeremy enjoys family and friends, making people laugh, traveling, current affairs, baking (and sharing his concoctions) and community service. He credits his success to his mom who is “the best mother anyone could ask for” and raised him on her own.

Jeremy is excited to bring our incredible ELU team together, think outside the box, and create ELU 2.0. Be on the lookout, as you’ll most certainly hear from him soon.

In the meantime, check him out at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremyrosendale or email jeremy.rosendale@uwcm.org.

Many thanks to our ELU Committee members, who were instrumental in our search and so thoughtfully helped to select our new leader:

Tiffany Greene, Exelon
Kip Hollar, UPS
Jennifer Lockhart, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
Christina Moniodis, The Shelter Group
Elijah Northen, EN Architects
John Comberiate, Edward Jones
Phyllis Ajayi, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Bryan Saxton, Chase Law Group

1 COMMENT

  1. Jeremy is a great choice and will be a tremendous asset. His passion is relentless and he will do a great job!

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