Brittany Young, a 2018 fellow, started B-360, an organization that uses dirt bike culture to teach Baltimore City youth about STEM fields. Brittany and B-360 have been featured on the Kelly Clarkson show, and most recently, partnered with Baltimore City Parks and Recs to offer programming throughout Baltimore for students over the summer.
Poet and activist Brion Gill, who also goes by Lady Brion, is a 2015 OSI Community Fellow, is currently the Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Avenue Black Arts and Entertainment District.
You can access the full list here. Click on the photo to be taken to a more in-depth profile. An event celebrating all honorees was held at the Baltimore Museum of Art on October 20.