Thu, Jun 30|
The Center for Architecture and Design
Bmore NOMA: Black Developers of Baltimore
Whether you are interested in the field of development professionally or just want to stay current on the real estate trends in the city, this panel is for you. There will be 60mins of moderated discussion featuring developers of color whose work is concentrated in Baltimore...
Time & Location
Jun 30, 2022, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
The Center for Architecture and Design, One Charles Center, 100 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
About The Event
Whether you are interested in the field of development professionally or just want to stay current on the real estate trends in the city, this panel is for you. There will be 60mins of moderated discussion featuring developers of color whose work is concentrated in Baltimore and the surrounding area with an additional 30mins to network and to connect members with developers that have open employment opportunities.
Our diverse group of panelists include:
- Candace Chance | MOMO|WUCHA
- Curtis Eaddy II | Kioba Business Ventures
- Bree Jones | Parity Homes
- Trish Ofori | Ofori & Co
- Sarsfield Williams | ASPIREhomes
Register now through June 27th.
*Per the Center's policy attendees must have proof of vaccination or a recent negative covid test. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping everyone as safe as possible during this ongoing pandemic.
Sarsfield Williams is a native Baltimorean and Founder of ASPIREhomes, a West Baltimore home building firm. In 2005, he designed and built The Langston, a retrofit model home created for adaptive reuse in historically disinvested Black communities in West Baltimore. As the Founder of the West Baltimore Builders Alliance, he is currently advocating for the City of Baltimore to develop The Truman Pratt Construction Institute in West Baltimore, as a restorative act of social and economic justice.
Candace is a Baltimore City native (with Guyanese roots) who spent a decade exploring the dynamics of social and economic ecosystems. She has been developing strategies to serve the development of regenerative and self-determined communities. Candace founded The VPI Firm (Vision, Performance, and Impact): a process and strategy design firm for community development and social impact. She also co-founded Momo|Wucha (an equity real estate development firm), and is launching, Build Beyond the Hustle (bringing strategy, structure, and systems to support BIPOC and women founders).
Black Developers of Baltimore