Ms. Ginyard is a Maryland certified secondary English teacher, award-winning journalist, self-published author, and community advocate. A graduate of Morgan State University, Tiffany launched her career at The Afro-American Newspapers, where she served as managing editor before embarking on a 5-year journey in urban education for the Baltimore City Public System. Currently, she serves as the executive director of the Fly Girl Network, Inc., a non-profit youth development and service organization dedicated to providing academic, socio-emotional, and professional development opportunities for youth and young adults– and providers who serve them. In addition, serves as a professional development facilitator for Alliance of Community Teachers and Schools and managing editor for the Baltimore Urban Spectrum magazine. For fun, Tiffany enjoys to writing, traveling, driving, listening to hip-hop music, and practicing Conscious Life Design Systems.
Mr. Quinn is a high school social studies teacher from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Before moving to Baltimore, in addition to the time he spent teaching, Daniel worked as an assistant to a member of the Canadian Parliament and a political organizer for Canada’s New Democratic Party. He has a master’s degree in History, as well as a master’s degree in Teaching and Learning. He currently teaches U.S. Government and American History at Mercy High School.
Eric Jackson – Bio coming soon.
Aimee Pohl – Bio coming soon.
Sheila Drummond – Bio coming soon.