Join Jmore for an evening of meaningful networking
with community, business and professional leaders.
Tuesday, July 23, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Ruth’s Chris Steak House (Pikesville)
This event is ages 18 and over
General Admission – USD $36.00
Rod is currently the Project Director at CCBC for Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses program in Baltimore.
Rod also serves as a mentor and coach. He is the former President and a current board member of the Ma & Pa Heritage Trail Foundation; and in 2008 founded Anna’s Guys, a collection of men who work with abused and sheltered children. He also founded and oversees the annual Catch A Pig 5k, having raising over $36k for the local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Rod Bourn is project director of the CCBC for Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses program. He is the former president and a current board member of the Ma & Pa Heritage Trail Foundation. In 2008, he founded Anna’s Guys,which helps abused and sheltered children. Over the course of his career, Rod has worked in organizational development and leadership programming positions in such fields as manufacturing, services and higher education. He started his career in human relations and has worked for several large corporations. Rod is a native Harford Countian and enjoys outdoor activities, traveling and gastronomic pursuits. He and his wife, Kim, a psychotherapist, live in Bel Air their two children.
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