Andre Moore is from Virginia and moved to Baltimore last year to do a year of service with AmeriCorps. He is currently pursuing a masters in school counseling at The Bowie State University. He has been working with 4th – 12th graders for 6 years in different capacities such as sports, academics, and mentorship. He has always had a passion for kids, it was seeing the opportunities that were offered to him during and after receiving my degree that drives him to pay it forward for future generations. He focuses on getting students to formulate their desires and helping them plan to achieve their goals by meeting them where they are and educating them. He also aspires to make a positive difference in the lives of those that he encounters.
Angela Fitch is a native of South Jersey, a graduate of Coppin State University and McDaniel College. After graduating from McDaniel College, Angela went on to teach for 20 years in Baltimore City, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, Georgia. Angela’s most recent job was Head Track and Field Coach at Penn state University, Brandywine Campus in Media, Pennsylvania. While there, she gained a wealth of knowledge in college recruiting and financial aid. As a College Access Programs Specialist, she will use her skills and experience to help Baltimore City Public School students make a smooth transition into the college and or career of their choice.
Asia Bailey is a native of Baltimore and a proud graduate of Western High School (class of 2009). After high school, Asia continued her education at Benedict College in Columbia, SC. There she obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation and Leisure Services with a concentration in Recreation Therapy, became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc (Kappa Beta Chapter) and served 4 years as a College Athlete on the Benedict College Women’s Volleyball Team (NCAA, DII). Following her undergraduate years, Asia went on to work as a Recreation Therapy Assistant before transitioning to the Social Work field in 2015. During this transition, she earned a Master of Social Work Degree from Walden University and worked with both youth and adult populations. She also served as a JV Volleyball Coach to a nearby Howard County High School and as volunteer coach for Western High School Varsity Volleyball Team. Asia looks forward to implementing her knowledge of working in micro social work to making an impact on a macro level in higher education and assisting the youth/new student generation.
Western High School
Brandon Griffin is a Baltimore native who attended Morgan State University (c/o 2018). While at Morgan State he was a part of the 2014 MEAC championship football team that earned a trip to the FCS playoffs. After getting his degree in business administration, his love for developing young adults led him to coach football at Mississippi State University for the 2019 season. After a season at Mississippi State Brandon held a position as the safeties coach and video coordinator at Gannon University. After a short stint with Gannon he went on to be a graduate assistant at Old Dominion University working with the defensive line. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Journalism from Morgan State University.
Breanna Varner is from Detroit, Michigan, where she attended University High School Academy. After high school, Ms. Varner earned a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and a Master of Art in Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership, specializing in Minority and Urban Education from the University of Maryland-College Park.
Bryan Jenkins originally of Sumter, South Carolina graduated from Georgia Military College with an Associated Degree. He followed that degree with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education from Delaware State University. Mr. Jenkins has a passion for working with youth in education and athletics. He taught Physical Education in Baltimore City Public Schools for 10 years. He worked with the Mayor’s Office of Unemployment Development with the Job Readiness Program called “After School Matter”. Mr. Jenkins is currently an Assistant Football Coach and Strengthening Coordinator at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Varsity Football Team. Mr. Jenkins is excited to be working with Baltimore City Youth as they transition from high school to their future endeavors.