DETAILS, a Humanim social enterprise, highlighted in Al Jazeera Series “Saving Baltimore” using deconstruction as a driver for economic development.Continue reading "Details featured on Al Jazeera"
This fall, Humanim was recognized for the seventh time in a row by CARF International for maintaining the highest level of quality in its disability services.Continue reading "Multiple Accreditations Signal Humanim’s Commitment to Quality"
An article by the Baltimore Sun chronicles our Baltimore City deconstruction project removing blighted homes from neighborhoods while creating jobs for residents with barriers to employment.Continue reading "Baltimore Sun Chronicles Our Baltimore City Deconstruction Project"
We just finished the first-ever #madeinBaltimore Vendor Fair held in Lexington Market, right in the heart of Baltimore City.Continue reading "#madeinBaltimore Vendor Fair"
Henry Posko, President and CEO at Humanim, has been invited to the White House this Friday, April 17, to participate in the first-ever White House Tech Meetup.Continue reading "Humanim President and CEO to Participate in First White House Tech Meetup"
This beautiful turreted 1899 Hampstead house needed to find a new location…Continue reading "Details Deconstructs Victorian House in Hampstead"
Brothers Jeremiah and Joshua West, of Rochester New York, visit a group of Elev8 Baltimore students in an effort to teach about writing, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and community service.Continue reading "Published Authors Read Aloud & Teach Writing Workshop to Elev8 Students"
Alexandria Warrick Adams returns to Elev8 Baltimore, bringing experience, talent and familiarity with the community schools initiative.Continue reading "Humanim Hires Seasoned Community Schools and Education Leader as Director of Elev8 Baltimore"
With this Third Honor, Cindy Plavier-Truitt joins the Daily Record’s Circle of Excellence Humanim congratulates Cindy Plavier-Truitt, Senior Vice-President and Chief Business Officer, for being chosen by The Daily Record as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. This is the third time (2006, 2009, 2015) she has been recognized for this outstanding achievement, which places