TEAM DHF: DEDICATED TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE
The team that looks over Digital Harbor Foundation is comprised of people who love what they do and work hard day-in and day-out to make a difference in the lives of the youth we serve. We think hard about education, technology, and innovation, and work even harder to overcome the socio-economic barriers that impede forward progress for too many. We are not perfect but we care about our work and give it everything we have every day.
Andrew Coy, Executive Director
Shawn Grimes, Director of Technology
Stephanie Grimes, Director of Curriculum
Amber Grimes, Director of Operations
Meaghan Lynch, Director of Programs
Winona Caesar, Volunteer Maryland Coordinator
Jonathan Prozzi, Program Specialist
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Chris Hoyt is an experienced professional in the field of finance and corporate development for the private business sector. He joined the Digital Harbor Foundation Board of Trustees with over 4 years of experience as a Board Member for Virginians for Sensible Energy Policies from 2006 to 2010.
David Stone has more than 20 years of experience in the field of special education. He is the Director of Operations for Special Education at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. He sits on the Maryland Association of Boards of Education, the Steering Committee of the Council of Urban Boards of Education, and the Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities.
Guy Filippelli is a Managing Partner at Oxpoint Holdings and CEO of Berico Technologies, a firm that specializes in solving “hard-problem” technical challenges for the military, intelligence, and homeland defense sectors. Guy served nine years as an Army officer, with assignments in Europe, Korea, and Afghanistan, and was awarded the Bronze Star for his service.
Josh Huber is an experienced business advisor specializing in audit and review services. Currently a director at McGladrey, he has previous experience as a CFO, a controller, and supervisor. A life-long Baltimorean, Josh brings a wealth of experiences and dedication to DHF.
Olga Maltseva (Chair) works with the men and women behind Baltimore’s most innovative and impactful nonprofit organizations and start-ups, helping lead staff and Board members solve problems and grow. Prior to serving as the Executive Director of the David Warnock Foundation and Director of Philanthropy for Camden Partners, Olga was the State Press Secretary and Special Assistant to U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski. A graduate of Goucher College and the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School, she has substantial experience in community development and organizing in and around Baltimore.
Rachel Charlesworth is the former Executive Director of the Digital Harbor Foundation. Rachel brought with her numerous years of fundraising and special events experience and assists with the development of the organization’s programs. In addition to her work at the Digital Harbor Foundation, she actively fundraises for the Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (RSDSA).
Sean Lane is a unique blend of leader, inventor, strategist and philanthropist. He founded the Digital Harbor Foundation in 2011 to provide educational and professional opportunities for the next generation of great Baltimore technology talent to help our community become a tech destination city.
Vince Talbert is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of marketing, technology and financial services experience including co-founding Bill Me Later and being named IAB’s 1999 “Marketer of the Year”. As a lifelong Baltimore area resident, he is committed to establishing Baltimore as the world leading hub of education innovation and entrepreneurship.
Craig Cummings has over 20 years of leadership experience in the U.S. military, Intelligence Community and private sector. As a distinguished graduate of West Point and of Columbia University’s GSAS where he earned his M.A., M.Phil, and Ph.D. in Econometrics and Political Science, Craig appreciates the value of an advanced education and is dedicated to the Digital Harbor Foundation’s mission.
Alec Couros is professor of edtech and media, University of Regina.
Chris Lehmann is founding principal of Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia.
Christine Johnson is founder and chief executive strategist of DiversiTech.
Christopher Sessums is chief learning officer of xlm-design.
Dean Groom is professor at Macquarie Univ, co founder of Massively Minecraft.
Don Abrams is a software engineer and the co creator of #edpain.
Rodney Foxworth is a writer and nonprofit consultant.
Kevin Tame is director of design and technology at Teach for America.
Mary Beth Hertz is a teacher and co founder of the EdCamp Foundation.
McKeever Conwell is an entrepreneur, technologist, and life-long Baltimorean.
Mike Brenner is a web developer, co founder of Betamore.
Shelly Blake-Plock is the CEO of An Estuary and was formerly Co-Executive Director at DHF.
Steven W. Anderson is an educational technologist, co founder of #edchat.
Tom Murdock is a teacher and chief architect at Moodlerooms.
Will Richardson is a teacher, author and speaker, CLO of the PLP Network.