Neighborhood Design Center’s Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Tribute

March 16, 1993

Glenn L. Ross

has as firm a commitment to improving neighborhoods across the City as he has had to McElderry Park, whose Community Association he has led for five years. He has been a key member of the Banner Neighborhoods Community Corporation and the Tench Tilghman Elementary School Parent Advisory Council. From 1991 through 1992 he was a leader of the Mayor’s Task Force for Hampstead Hill Middle School. As Co-chair of the Task Force’s Facility Committee, he helped oversee the renovation, still on-going, of the severely deteriorated school building. From 1987 to 1990, Mr. Ross was Director of the Neighborhood Resource Bank, a Citizens Planning and Housing Association program to mobilize donations of goods and services for neighborhood projects, and in 1990, he directed it successor, the Community Resource Bank. From 1989 through 1992, as Senior City/Community Coordinator for the Mayor’s Campaign for a Cleaner Baltimore, he helped organize weekly community cleanup efforts, as well as City-wide cleanup campaigns. Mr. Ross is now Support Services Coordinator for the Dunbar Project.