By Jordon Nesmith, Community Association Manager
Throughout what has shaped up to be a very electric and enigmatic local election season in Baltimore City, American Community Management has continuously striven to remain not only educated about ordinances and issues of import, but also engaged in the ongoing conversation about the improving quality of life for Baltimore City residents.
During our process of continued involvement, members of ACM’s Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Harford County Regional Teams had the opportunity to attend A Development Industry Mayoral Candidates Forum, hosted by The Maryland Building Industry Association.
In a room above the city, filled with business professionals spanning various industries, Charlene Pindell, Regional Lead Community Manager, and Jordon Nesmith, Community Association Manager, took the opportunity to engage with Mayoral Candidates including Shelia Dixon, Liz Embry, DeRay McKesson, Nick Mosby, Carl Stokes, and David Warnock about their philosophies on governing the bustling yet tight-knit Baltimore Metropolitan Community as it continues to flourish and embrace a positive future.
As a Senior Community Manager and long time ACM associate, this is hardly Charlene Pindell’s first foray into local involvement and community outreach.
Pindell has taken a personal interest in a notable Baltimore City Charity, My Sister’s Place Women’s Center, aiding individuals who have experienced some difficulties in their personal lives and need the assistance of compassionate, concerned citizens. The center and its programs aim to help give them a competitive edge to once again focus their efforts and energy into creating the kind of productive environment that will push them to thrive.