We’re proud of our roles in energizing and improving life in Dundalk.
Read below and contact us by email or at 410-282-0261. We’ll do our best to help!
Amy has been executive director since July 2006. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Geography, where her focus was on strategies for community revitalization. Revitalization remains her passion. Amy loves working with residents, other partners, and staff to find creative ways to improve the community. When Amy isn’t at the office, she can be found at her 9-year-old daughter’s favorite spots including the Farmers Market. Amy thinks the best things about being in Dundalk are the realness, generosity, and can-do attitude of its people, the charm of the Historic District, and the easy public access to waterfront.
Housing Initiatives Manager
Tasha began working at DRC in July 2014. She comes to us after being a stay-at-home mom to her three young children; prior to that she served as the scheduler for two Baltimore City mayors. With us, she's working with homeowners to improve housing stock with our home renovation programs, curb appeal upgrades and senior home repair projects. Tasha loves that she can be part of a grassroots organization that impacts lives and improves neighborhoods. With her husband and children, Tasha enjoys home ownership in new town home construction in Dundalk and loves our local spots, especially Vinny's!
Meghan Sweeney is our new marketing manager at Dundalk Renaissance. She's excited to be able to promote Dundalk, attract our next generation of home owners, and communicate a positive image of our community, its neighborhoods, parks, and businesses. Meghan has a BA in Broadcast Journalism and an MA in Strategic Communication from American University. She previously worked for the Baltimore Humane Society as their Marketing Coordinator. She has prior work experience in technical writing, developing marketing content, managing vendors, and in TV, radio, and video production.
Business Development Manager
Nicholas grew up in this community and is thrilled to be working for Dundalk Renaissance. He brings a breadth of experience doing outreach to businesses in past positions at Best Western, Texas Roadhouse, and Sparrows Point Country Club, as well as a tremendous depth of experience engaging and managing volunteers and producing events of all kinds. He has worked in theater for years and started his own theater company. He understands the difficulties of running a business and making numbers work, be it for a nonprofit or for a restaurant.
Volunteer Office Manager
Ralph began volunteering with us in October 2004. Ralph is a Dundalk native, with a short stint spent living in Los Angeles working for Universal Studios. When Ralph isn’t busy directing calls, he really enjoys playing a hands-on part in preserving and restoring his hometown, including being our resident Historian! In his spare time, Ralph enjoys walking the familiar streets of Dundalk and meeting with friends old and new.