Juneteenth Speaker Series: Molly Baldwin
The Office of Community, Inclusion and Equity (CIE) invites the Gilman community to join ROCA founder and Chief Executive Officer Molly Baldwin on Saturday, February 12, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. in the Lumen Center Lecture Hall.
Molly Baldwin founded Roca in 1988 and serves as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. With a mission to disrupt the cycle of poverty and incarceration by helping young people transform their lives, Roca serves more than 900 high-risk young people annually across 21 communities in Massachusetts. For three decades, Molly has been a tireless advocate, mentor, and community convener, reaching out to the highest-risk young people and bringing together the major institutions, corporations, and agencies that affect their lives.
Molly led Roca to be a high-performing, data-driven organization, with a nationally recognized intervention model that focuses on better outcomes for young people and communities. A long-distance runner, she is a graduate of U-Mass, Amherst, holds a master’s degree in education from Lesley University and an honorary Ph.D. from Salem State University and Lesley University.
Learn more about Roca in Baltimore.
Child care is not available for this event.