Meet our organizers

Our Organizers in collaboration with Baltimore community leaders and city agencies, will identify challenges impacting Baltimore by using our *HB City Backlog

Delali Dzirasa

Hackathon Chair

Dionne Joyner-Weems

Hackathon co-chair & brand marketing director

Mike Fried

Baltimore City Government Liaison

Koffi Harrison

Operations Chair

Shelonda Stokes

Sponsorship/ Partnership Chair

Bashirat Are

Participant Chair

John Priest

Volunteers Chair

Paul Jackson

Finance Chair

Gretchen LeGrand

Engagement Chair 

Kristi S. Halford

Public Relations Chair

Alumni

We believe it takes all of us chipping in to help fix issues in Baltimore. 

We are proud of the team past, present, and future that have helped move this initiative forward. They helped run the first leg of the race and have passed the baton onto the those that will advance that work. We thank our alumni for their contributions! A “civic hacker” needs all the help they can get, and we hope they will continue to support the movement!

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“Hacking is just creative problem solving. (It does not have to involve technology.)”

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“Hacking is just creative problem solving. (It does not have to involve technology.)”

  • Follow us on instagram

@Hackbaltimore

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“Hacking is just creative problem solving. (It does not have to involve technology.)”

  • Follow us on instagram

@Hackbaltimore