About Us

Established in 2018, the Friends of The Jones Falls, Inc. is a volunteer-based organization incorporated to support and sustain the quality of life and long-term stewardship of the Jones Falls from the headwaters in Baltimore County to the Inner Harbor.

Our Board of Directors

President – Sandy Sparks, Community Activist | Charles Village
Vice President – David Goldman, Seawall Development | Woodberry
Vice President for Membership, Partnership and Development – Dick Williams, DW-GREEN Associates | Bolton Hill
Treasurer – Nick Lindow, Cityscape Engineering, LLC | Hoes Heights
Secretary – Tanaira Cullens, Biohabitats | Loch Raven

Directors
Jenn Aiosa, Blue Water Baltimore | Upper Fells Point
Chris Attenborough, Union Craft Brewing | Anneslie
Al Barry, AB Associates | Homeland
Doug Bothner, Ziger|Snead, Architects | Oakenshawe
Nathan Dennies, Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance | Woodberry
Marian Glebes, Artist & Community Activist | Woodberry
Mac McComas, JHU 21st Century Cities Initiative | Remington
Katie O’Meara, MICA Faculty | Mayfield
Ken Rice, Himmelrich Associates, LLC | Roland Park
Dan Phelan, Retired Hydrologist | Lakehurst
Nan Rohrer, Midtown Community Benefits District | Federal Hill

Ex Officio
Del. Regina T. Boyce, District 43 | Waverly
Del. Sheila S. Ruth, District 44B | Catonsville
Councilman Leon Pinkett, District 7 | Remington
Councilman Mark Conway, District 4 | Guilford

Committee Chairs
Communications – Nathan Dennies & Doug Bothner
Stewardship – David Goldman & Chris Attenborough
Land Use – Marian Glebes and Nick Lindow



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