Roland Park Civic League Committees

Resident participation in most Civic League committees is most welcomed, and we encourage you to get involved in an area of interest or expertise. It’s a great way to get to know people in the community, and collaborate on projects that do good things for the community and greater Baltimore. Contact CivicLeaguePresident@RolandPark.org if you are interested in joining a committee!

Standing-per bylaws

New 2019-2020 Committees

Communications
Communicates key messages from Board to the community, and leverages communication consultancy
Anne Stuzin, Chair

Community Giving
Defines and executes Board-sponsored partnerships with other organizations to foster the common good of Baltimore
Richard Bruno, Chair

Community Relations
Acts as main Board liaison with key stakeholders in Roland Park, excluding individual residents
Chris Cortright, Chair

Membership
Works to increase membership in the Roland Park Civic League through education, outreach and inclusion efforts
Ann-Barron Carneal, Chair

Transportation
Develops recommendations for transportation issues in Roland Park (including “Complete Streets”), and advocates for the implementation of same.
Dan Motz, Chair

Social
Organizes and coordinates community social events throughout the year: Thanksgiving Food Drive, Winter Chili Party, Easter/Purim, Fourth of July.
Chair vacant