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Baltimore Visionary Nominations

Tell us about someone you know who is shaping Baltimore's future.
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Baltimore Visionary Nominations

Tell us about someone you know who is shaping Baltimore's future.

Hey Baltimore! For our February 2018 issue, we are looking to put together a list of 30 Baltimore visionaries.

Who's on the list? We're turning to you to help out. Let us know who deserves a moment in the spotlight and who is creating positive change in Baltimore. We want movers. We want innovators. We want trendsetters, rising stars, and what we're calling visionaries.

Your nominee is someone in Baltimore who is making noticeable change. They can be any age, background, and occupation. Visionaries can be nominated for this award by anyone—peers, co-workers, friends, or family.

Simply provide us with the information below and be sure to explain why your nominee is shaping the future of Baltimore. 





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