Director of Technology Tye Campbell joined administrators from Calvert Hall College High School, Garrison Forest School, and Roland Park Country School to accept LifeBridge Health's Care Bravely Award for their collaborative effort in the spring to lend twenty-five 3D printers to produce personal protective equipment (PPE). Thanks to this initiative, LifeBridge Health produced thousands of face shields, headband snaps, and ear bands for their health care workers.
"While Gilman School is humbled to receive this award, the true honor was in being able to give back to our local community, particularly to our frontline workers in the midst of this pandemic. They are the real heroes, and even in this small way, Gilman is proud to stand with them and support them. We hope our relationship with LifeBridge can grow from here, and that our students will see ways in which they can use their skills and abilities to make a difference in our community." - Director of Technology Tye CampbellThanks to this initiative, LifeBridge Health produced thousands of face shields, headband snaps, and ear bands for their health care workers.