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 Warnock talks with Ateira Griffin, winner of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for her work on the Building Our Nation's Daughters initiative.

Richard Best is the Executive Director of the not-for-profit organization Section 1.


In honor of the 5th Anniversary of community compacts in Baltimore, the 2/26/15 episode is a rebroadcast of our interview with Hathaway Ferebee, director of the Safe and Sound Campaign.

On today's episode of "Baltimore's Future," David Warnock speaks with Hathaway Ferebee, Executive Director of the Safe and Sound Campaign, which seeks to improve the health, safety and well-being of young people in Baltimore. 

Joe Jones is the President and founder of the Center for Urban Families.



Molly McGrath Tierney is the Director of the Baltimore City Department of Social Services.


Vincent is a Robert W Deutsch Foundation Social Design Fellow with the Center for Social Design at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and an Open Society Institute-Baltimore Community Fellow with distinction from the Open Society Foundation's national Campaign for Black Male Achievement.

Megan Kelly

David Warnock talks with Maggie Cawley, winner of the most recent Baltimore Social Innovation Journal for her work teaching girls mapping skills.

Dave Troy is a serial entrepreneur, mapping enthusiast and winner of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal in the summer 2014 edition.

Carrie Hubbard is the Director of Clinical Services for Itineris, the only organization in the Baltimore area serving exclusively adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Courtesy of Warnock Foundation

Andy Dahl and Nima Shahidi are winners of the Baltimore Social Innovation Journal in the summer 2014 edition.