Press Release July 12, 2012
BALTIMORE, MD – Humanim is pleased to announce that Jeff Carroll has joined the organization as its newest Director within the Social Enterprise Division. Humanim is a not-for-profit organization that was founded over forty years ago to provide services for individuals with barriers to employment living within the Baltimore/Washington region. Annually, the organization invests in the future of over 4,500 individuals by providing services within three focus areas: Workforce Development, Clinical Services and Community Development.
Mr. Carroll will be providing leadership for Humanim’s new division, DETAILS, a precision deconstruction enterprise with a commitment to innovative reuse of the salvaged materials. He brings to Humanim a wealth of experiences gained throughout his career. Most recently, he served as the principal and owner of Clearpath Strategy, a consultancy targeting social enterprises and small businesses looking to do good and to do well.
Previously, Mr. Carroll served as a business development officer and project manager overseeing integrated design processes within the construction field. His diverse background includes serving as an instructor at the graduate and undergraduate level, a seminar leader, mentor and coach for businessmen and nonprofit organizational leaders in organizational best practices.
Upon his selection, Mr. Carroll indicated that “I am honored to be joining the team at Humanim. I look forward to helping advance their mission and vision to help connect individuals and families living throughout Maryland with sustainable employment.”
Mr. Carroll is a resident of Baltimore, Maryland, and received his Bachelor’s degree in Education from Trinity College, a Master of Divinity degree from Capital Seminary, and a MBA from Johns Hopkins University. He is a LEED AP and remains active in efforts that support sustainable practices.
About Humanim: Humanim was founded over forty years ago to provide services for individuals living within the Baltimore Washington region. Annually, we invest in the future of over 4,500 individuals by providing them services within three focus areas: Workforce Development, Clinical Services and Community Development. Populations served include those facing a variety of barriers to success including poverty, lack of education/skills, and a variety of physical and mental challenges.
Jeffrey W. Smith, Director of Public Affairs
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