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Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library adds new board members

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TOWSON, MD—The Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library has announced that three new individuals have been appointed to the organization’s Board of Directors, bringing a wealth of experience to the board.

Shafiyq Hinton, Danielle Marshall, and Mindy O’Malley were all appointed to the board with a commitment to community enrichment and development. Hinton is a Senior Therapeutic Specialist for U.S. Immunology at Bristol Myers Squibb, Marshall is the founder of Culture Principles, and O’Malley is a full-time residential realtor with The O’Malley Schwanke Team of Cummings & Co.

The appointments of Hinton, Marshall, and O’Malley reflect the Foundation’s commitment to providing resources for all residents of Baltimore County. Hinton has a deep understanding of the importance of accessible resources for healthy living, and Marshall has dedicated her work to operationalizing racial equity. O’Malley has served in various leadership positions, including as the Executive Director of Playworks Mid-Atlantic, where she led the development of equity statements and training for over 500 staff members.

The Foundation is committed to ensuring that all residents have access to the resources and programs provided by the Baltimore County Public Library. The appointments of Hinton, Marshall, and O’Malley will help to strengthen the board’s leadership and commitment to community enrichment and development.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

Photo via BCPL

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