Baltimore Attorney, Career Educator Named to BCCC Board of Trustees

Baltimore City Community College announces Lelia Parker, Esq. and Leonor Tannhauser Blum were recently appointed to the college’s Board of Trustees by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.

Parker is a member of the Litigation Department of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP’s Baltimore office, where she has a general litigation practice and handles complex commercial disputes. Previously, she worked as a law clerk for retired Judge Clayton Greene Jr. of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.

An Argentina native, Blum is the founder and director of Adelante Latina!, a free after-school academic enrichment and college preparatory program for underprivileged and promising Latina sophomores who attend Baltimore City public high schools. She is also a professor emerita of Notre Dame of Maryland University, where she taught history and political science for more than 30 years.

For more information, visit Baltimore City Community College’s website.

Source: Baltimore City Community College