David Warnock

Host, Baltimore’s Future

David Warnock is founder and managing partner of Camden Partners, a Baltimore-based private equity firm, and founder and chairman of the Warnock Foundation, whose mission is to cultivate great ideas for the benefit of Baltimore.

David talks with Green Street Academy principal about the impact of Freddie Gray on youth in the city.

David talks with Green Street Academy principal about the impact of Freddie Gray on youth in the city.


David Warnock speaks with Michael Phillips of Kingdom Life Church and Ron Owens of First Step Health about the response of the faith based community in the Freddie Gray issue.


David Warnock speaks with Michael Phillips of  Kingdom Life Church and  Ron Owens of First Step Health about the response of the faith based community in the Freddie Gray issue.


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LaVita Tuff works with the local policy team to improve online access to government information. Her work focuses on analyzing and writing about government data disclosure in addition to providing feedback on adoption and implementation of open data, open meetings and open government policies at the state and municipal levels.


David Warnock speaks with Bart O'Reilly, artist and recently featured in the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for his work in helping fellow artists who are under-represented.


David Warnock speaks with Krishana Davis, Digital Media Specialist and recently featured in the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for her work on money skills gender gap and empowering women to own their financial skills.


David Warnock speaks with Kelsey Johnson of The Baltimore Youth Commission about the work she is doing in the 8th District.


David Warnock speaks with Melissa Broome, acting director of the Job Opportunities Task Force, about criminal records and their role as a barrier to employment in Maryland

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David Warnock talks with Parag Khandhar, winner of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for his work to develop business cooperatives in Baltimore.


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