We’re excited to welcome Stevie Mosley to our team. Stevie will be out in the community as our community engagement coordinator. You’re likely to see him at tabling events or around the neighborhoods helping Dundalk’s neighborhood associations reach their residents.
Stevie is a people person and can’t wait to help the Dundalk community. “I look forward to meeting new people with the potential of learning from them in return,” Stevie said.
When looking for a new job, Stevie knew he wanted to work somewhere meaningful. He decided to apply to Dundalk Renaissance because of our extensive community and housing work. Stevie previously worked for Residential Youth Services in Prince George’s County and saw how quickly communities could decide they no longer wanted housing to support their most at-need community members.
“A community can say they don’t want a shelter or a boarding house and then they [people experiencing homelessness] have to move,” Stevie said. “Homeownership allows for people to be invested in where they live.”
“We are glad to have Stevie on board. He brings a wealth of experience in community engagement,” Tasha Gresham-James, executive director, said. “In addition, his previous leadership experience in coaching will provide our community leaders with assistance in engaging our residents.”
When he’s not at work, Stevie can be found reading, running or hiking. He holds a bachelor’s degree in science, leadership, and operations from Claflin University. Prior to Dundalk Renaissance, Stevie worked as a coach and trainer for troops about to deploy. He has over 20 years of military experience and is currently enlisted in the Army Reserves. In addition to his military experience, Stevie has worked with nonprofits to help teens and young adults with transitional living, work programs and education needs.