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Press – ‘What is Generational Wealth’ ED Shelley Halstead interviewed on CNBC

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BWBB ED, Shelley Halstead, interview on CNBC

#bethedifference campaign

We were on the Kelly Clarkson Show – and received a $50,000 donation!

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Shelley Halstead and Quanshay Henderson on the Kelly Clarkson show 9.22.20
Meet our 2020 Participants

participant_announcement_2020 2020 BWBB Participants | Bryanna Vellines(left) Chanelle Austin and Shandria Robertson

Bios on Team page
BWB’s first home owner and ED interviewed for NPR’s Marketplace
August 11, 2020
Quanshay Henderson
Quanshay Henderson
Race and Economy – Transforming a blighted block into a community of Black women homeowners

Amy Scott

From vacant buildings to a community of Black women homeowners.

Listen now

Check out all of our NEWS

check out our e.d. tonight as she talks with the folks at @yestermorrow about repairing the legacy of redlining in west baltimore.
 
http://bit.ly/YM-Fall2020

check out our e.d. tonight as she talks with the folks at @yestermorrow about repairing the legacy of redlining in west baltimore.

http://bit.ly/YM-Fall2020
...

🎶movin right along in search of good times & good news🎵 
or we’re just ready for sheetrock 

#blackwomenbuild 
#theettingstreetproject 

📷: tonika

🎶movin right along in search of good times & good news🎵
or we’re just ready for sheetrock

#blackwomenbuild
#theettingstreetproject

📷: tonika
...

what she said👉🏽 “i didn’t take a vow of poverty just because i’m a black woman.”
check out the new article in @csmonitor 

very thorough. and true to who we are. 

https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2020/0924/Black-women-learn-homeownership-from-tool-belt-to-closing-the-deal 

#blackwomenbuild

what she said👉🏽 “i didn’t take a vow of poverty just because i’m a black woman.”
check out the new article in @csmonitor

very thorough. and true to who we are.

https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2020/0924/Black-women-learn-homeownership-from-tool-belt-to-closing-the-deal

#blackwomenbuild
...

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Latest News

Press – ‘What is Generational Wealth’ ED Shelley Halstead interviewed on CNBC

CNBC logo
BWBB ED, Shelley Halstead, interview on CNBC

#bethedifference campaign

We were on the Kelly Clarkson Show – and received a $50,000 donation!

KCS_Logo
Shelley Halstead and Quanshay Henderson on the Kelly Clarkson show 9.22.20
Meet our 2020 Participants
participant_announcement_2020
2020 BWBB Participants | Bryanna Vellines(left) Chanelle Austin and Shandria Robertson
Read their bios on the Team page
BWB’s first home owner and ED interviewed for NPR’s Marketplace
August 11, 2020
Quanshay Henderson
Quanshay Henderson
Race and Economy – Transforming a blighted block into a community of Black women homeowners

Amy Scott

From vacant buildings to a community of Black women homeowners.

Listen now

Check out all of our NEWS

check out our e.d. tonight as she talks with the folks at @yestermorrow about repairing the legacy of redlining in west baltimore.
 
http://bit.ly/YM-Fall2020

check out our e.d. tonight as she talks with the folks at @yestermorrow about repairing the legacy of redlining in west baltimore.

http://bit.ly/YM-Fall2020
...

🎶movin right along in search of good times & good news🎵 
or we’re just ready for sheetrock 

#blackwomenbuild 
#theettingstreetproject 

📷: tonika

🎶movin right along in search of good times & good news🎵
or we’re just ready for sheetrock

#blackwomenbuild
#theettingstreetproject

📷: tonika
...

what she said👉🏽 “i didn’t take a vow of poverty just because i’m a black woman.”
check out the new article in @csmonitor 

very thorough. and true to who we are. 

https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2020/0924/Black-women-learn-homeownership-from-tool-belt-to-closing-the-deal 

#blackwomenbuild

what she said👉🏽 “i didn’t take a vow of poverty just because i’m a black woman.”
check out the new article in @csmonitor

very thorough. and true to who we are.

https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2020/0924/Black-women-learn-homeownership-from-tool-belt-to-closing-the-deal

#blackwomenbuild
...

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Black Women Build – Baltimore is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of the U.S. law. To claim a donation on your U.S. taxes, please keep your Paypal receipt as your official record.

Our Mission

Black Women Build-Baltimore is a home ownership and wealth building initiative that trains black women in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing by restoring vacant and deteriorated houses in West Baltimore.

Our Values

That black women deserve to be treated with dignity for their inherent worth as human beings.

Our Methods

We understand that oppression is experienced at the intersection of identities, conditions, systems, policies, and practices; therefore, we address barriers that impact the ability of black women to thrive.

Our Goals

To bring home ownership to black women in Baltimore. To train women in trades-related skills through home renovation. To create wealth and build community by dismantling the barriers that work against our ability to thrive.

Our Mission

Black Women Build-Baltimore is a home ownership and wealth building initiative that trains black women in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing by restoring vacant and deteriorated houses in West Baltimore.

Our Values

That black women deserve to be treated with dignity for their inherent worth as human beings.

Our Methods

We understand that oppression is experienced at the intersection of identities, conditions, systems, policies, and practices; therefore, we address barriers that impact the ability of black women to thrive.

Our Goals

To bring home ownership to black women in Baltimore. To train women in trades-related skills through home renovation. To create wealth and build community by dismantling the barriers that work against our ability to thrive.

Black Women Build – Baltimore values Black women and their lives.

Who we are. Learn more about our our team & organization.

Shelly Halstead

Shelley Halstead
Founder & Executive Director

Tonika Garibaldi

Tonika Garibaldi
Materials Manager

Shauna R. Brown

Shauna R. Brown
Board President

Kathleen Mitchell

Kathleen Mitchell
Board Secretary

Charrise Lewis - Board Treasurer

Charrise Alexander
Board Treasurer

Shelly Halstead

Shelley Halstead
Founder & Executive Director

Tonika Garibaldi

Tonika Garibaldi
Materials Manager

Shauna R. Brown

Shauna R. Brown
Board President

Kathleen Mitchell

Kathleen Mitchell
Board Secretary

Charrise Lewis - Board Treasurer

Charrise Alexander
Board Treasurer

Black Women Build – Baltimore is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of the U.S. law. To claim a donation on your U.S. taxes, please keep your PayPal receipt as your official record.

This project is supported in part by:

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BWGC-logo

OSI Fellow 2018

Robert W. Deutsch

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dhcd logo - BWBB Sponsor

Black Women Build-Baltimore is committed to equal employment, participation, and volunteer opportunity without regard to age, ancestry, disability, national or ethnic origin, race, religious belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, political belief, or veteran status.

This project is supported in part by:

BWGC-logo

OSI Fellow 2018

Robert W. Deutsch

DHCD logo

dhcd logo - BWBB Sponsor

Euler-Hermes-logo greyscale

This project is supported in part by:

BWGC-logo

OSI Fellow 2018

Robert W. Deutsch

DHCD logo

dhcd logo - BWBB Sponsor

Euler-Hermes-logo greyscale

Black Women Build-Baltimore is committed to equal employment, participation, and volunteer opportunity without regard to age, ancestry, disability, national or ethnic origin, race, religious belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, political belief, or veteran status.
Black Women Build-Baltimore is committed to equal employment, participation, and volunteer opportunity without regard to age, ancestry, disability, national or ethnic origin, race, religious belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, political belief, or veteran status.