Through Ernest's role on the PPNA Board, he enjoys getting to know his neighbors, bringing people together, and building community. A neighbor since 2015, Ernest looks forward to the continual growth and neighborhood improvements that will ultimately reverse the narrative of Baltimore City. Ernest loves knowing his neighbors personally; they share food, watch each other's pets, and get each other's mail. When you see Ernest out and about, you're in for a treat; when he's not working in his garden, he is likely delivering homemade baked goods at a neighborhood event. Swap stories with Ernest about baking tips for unique kitchen creations such as cakes or creme puffs!
Kelli has called Baltimore home since 2007, and become a proud homeowner in the Patterson Park Neighborhood in 2020. Kelli joined the PPNA Board in 2021. To Kelli, dog walks in the park, coffee from Pie Time, and friends who are neighbors just a few doors down are some of the best parts of city living. A science teacher in Baltimore City Public Schools who enjoys bringing people together, Kelli is passionate about the environment and looks forward to supporting our community in Baltimore's Greenest Neighborhood.
Madeline is a recent Patterson Park resident but already loves this neighborhood and wanted to get involved. Moving here in 2021, Madeline can often be found walking around Patterson Park with her dog Paul. She is a student at Johns Hopkins and in Graduate school for education. Equity and inclusion are two principles that are important to her and she is looking forward to meeting new neighbors and getting more involved.
Vice President, East Sector
Steve has lived in Patterson Park since 2020. Steve is a new addition to PPNA but he has been
involved as a volunteer in Baltimore City in many capacities such as taking part in the Polar Bear
Plunge and volunteering at pro bono expungement clinics in Baltimore City. Steve is an avid
runner and runs through Patterson Park on a daily basis. Steve is looking forward to being more
involved in this wonderful neighborhood and helping organize neighborhood projects.
Vice President, South Sector
Amanda is a recent Patterson Park resident and has fallen in love with the community which led her to get more involved. Amanda is originally from PG County Maryland and moved to the Patterson Park area in 2021. Amanda can often be found walking around Patterson Park chatting with neighbors as well as trying cute local restaurants in the neighborhood. She is looking forward to getting more involved with the community and helping with neighborhood initiatives.
Vice President, West Sector
A homeowner since 2017, Danielle values the rich history, culture, diversity, and architecture of the Patterson Park Neighborhood. Danielle brings her outreach, project management, communications, and community organizing background to the Vice President of West Sector position, which she has held since 2020. Danielle enjoys being part of supportive, neighbor-lead initiatives that bring together skills, interests, and advocacy in a way that will have long-term impact. Ask her about how vermicomposting in your own home can help with reducing waste and living sustainably!
Vice President, North Sector
Garrett Patrick, a neighbor since 2015, served on the PPNA Board from 2019-2020. Congratulations to Garrett on continuing his journey in medical school! Now, PPNA is seeking a passionate neighbor living in the North Sector (between E Fayette St. and Orleans St.) to continue in this role. Interested? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.