This week, the Baltimore Business Journal featured an interview with Alicia Wilson, vice president for community affairs at Sagamore Development and a recent addition to OSI-Baltimore’s Advisory Board.
Wilson, who is overseeing the establishment of a new training program for hospitality jobs at the new Rye Street Tavern in Port Covington, said she is committed to making sure these jobs go to Baltimore City residents.
Wilson is actively involved in a wide range of civic and charitable organizations. In addition to her OSI Board membership, she serves on the Executive Board of the CollegeBound Foundation and as its program chair, on the board of the Center for Urban Families, the University of Maryland Foundation at Baltimore Board, Associated Black Charities, and the Citizenship Law Related Education Project. She also serves as Art Facet Chair within the Harbor City Chapter of the Links, Incorporated.