Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Inc
GREATER MONDAWMIN COORDINATING COUNCIL, INC.
The Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Inc. is a non-profit umbrella organization, which builds communities by providing service and advocacy for improved literacy, housing, educational, recreational, workforce, and cultural opportunities for people who live and work within its geographic boundaries.
The Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, Inc. (GMCC) envisions a healthy, safe, and clean community of empowered businesses, faith-based organizations, homeowners, and schools.
Greater Mondawmin's boundaries form a polygon with North Avenue on the south; Longwood Street on the west; Liberty Heights Avenue, Druid Park Drive and Druid Hill Park on the north and northeast; and Fulton on the east.
Board of Directors
Adeline Hutchinson, Vice President Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council (GMCC) and President Robert W. Coleman Community Organization (RWCCO)
Barbara Anderson-Dandy, President New Auchentoroly Terrace Association (NATA)
Dr. Franklin Lance, Pastor Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church
Dr. Gordon F. May, President Baltimore City Community College
Gregory Jenkins, President Parkway Community Association
Dr. Harold A. Carter, Jr., Pastor New Shiloh Baptist Church
Jacqueline Caldwell, President of Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council (GMCC)
and President of the Whittier-Monroe Neighborhood Association
Joseph T. Jones, Jr., Founder, President & CEO Center for Urban Families
Rev. Keith Bailey, President of Fulton Heights Community Association
Dr. Linwood Robinson, Pastor Greater New Hope Baptist Church
Lisa Millspaugh Schroeder, President & CEO Parks and People Foundation
Dr. Maria Thompson, President Coppin State University
Romaine Smallwood-Smoot, General Manager Mondawmin Mall
Samuel L. Ross, M.D., Chief Executive Officer Bon Secours Health Systems
Sandra Almond-Cooper, President Mondawmin Neighborhood Improvement Association
Selwyn Shields, President Liberty Square Community Organization
Wanda Freeland, President Panway Neighborhood Improvement Association
Community-at-large members to the Board
In its fifth year (2017), GMCC Summer Interns from Frederick Douglass High School were assigned to work at the William S. Baer School for children with multiple physical and developmental challenges. The above photo was taken at the end of summer activity 20015. Douglass students enjoyed the work experience. Two students were assigned to Parks and People where they enjoyed working outdoors. Salaries were paid by a partnership with Hunt's United Methodist Church in Towson.