In June, Mark Conway won the primary to become the Democratic nominee for the Baltimore City Council’s 4th District. In July, he was announced as the executive VP of programs for Annapolis-based environmental group Chesapeake Conservancy.
In the latter role, he will serve as the second-most senior manager at the org, and oversee work of its Conservation Innovation Center, which brings data tools to conservation efforts.
Previously, Conway was executive director of the Remington-based Baltimore Tree Trust, where he worked for a time out of ETC as he expanded programs and secured $2.7 million in grant funding. He also served in Baltimore city government, leading implementation of quality-of-life tool OutcomeStat as deputy director of CitiStat.
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