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About Us

We're a diverse group of cosmopolitans who seek to raise awareness of the Enoch Pratt Free Library as a vital part of Baltimore’s identity. Through bold, innovative programs and outreach efforts, the group provides a venue for emerging creative thinkers who want to establish a lifeline between their library, their city, and their communities. The Pratt Contemporaries programming also extends outside of the Library to offer members the experience of Baltimore’s cultural life in the community at large.

For more information about events and membership levels, email contemps@prattlibrary.org.

Our Impact

Learn more about the impact the Pratt Contemporaries have made

 


Pratt Contemporaries LogoPratt Contemporaries Board of Directors

  • Jacob Hodes, Chair (Brown Advisory)
  • Ned Courtemanche, Vice Chair (McDonogh School)
  • Heather Arbogast (McGuire Woods LLP)
  • Jarrod A. Bolte (Improving Education)
  • Ryan Brook (Merkle)
  • Christine Buckley (PNC)
  • Carmen Campbell (T. Rowe Price)
  • Trip Deeley (Stifel)
  • Lori Finkelstein (Maryland Zoo)
  • Jess Gill (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
  • Elizabeth Hafey (Miles and Stockbridge)
  • Peter Jackson (Jones Lang LaSalle)
  • Ramal Moreland (M&T Bank)
  • Beulah Sabundayo (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)
  • Paul Sabundayo (Mercy Medical Center)
  • Kelley Squazzo (Wolters Kluwer)
  • Keith Stone (Brown Advisory)
  • Corey Williams (National Education Association)
  • Stacey Wittelsberger (Patriot Capital & Bengur Bryan)

Founders

  • Chris Espenshade (Jones, Lang, LaSalle)
  • Kate Powell (Editor, Provision Policy, LLC)

Staff Liaisons

  • Tyler Ebeling, Development Associate/Database Manager
  • Shelly Terranova, Deputy Director, Institutional Advancement

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