Interim Executive Director
Marie joined CRCBC as the interim executive director in September 2019. Marie has over a decade of experience specializing in conflict resolution, facilitation and interpersonal communications. She is the past president of the Board of Directors for the Conflict Resolution Center of Baltimore County, has served as a congressional staffer on Capitol Hill and worked in risk management. Marie holds an M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University and a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.
Community Conferencing Program Manager
Linda joined CRCBC as a Facilitator in November 2010. During her first year at the center, Linda facilitated more than 30 successful Community Conferences! Linda came to the center with a background in human services; where the majority of her career has been working with youth and their families. This experience has proven to be a valuable asset for her work at CRCBC. Linda views Community Conferencing as an exciting and different way of working through any problem or conflict!
Annette Romero, Community Conferencing Facilitator
Prior to joining CRCBC in June 2014, Annette worked as a coordinator/interpreter for International Emergency Services. Annette moved to the United States after living in Italy for many years. While in Europe, she did outreach, liaison, and marketing work with overseas contract workers. She helped set up offices throughout Italy and other countries such as France, Spain, London, and Greece. These offices served the socio-economic needs of the migrant workers living there. Annette is an animal advocate. In her spare time, she volunteers at the MD SPCA and fosters homeless animals. She loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking.
Sean Price, Community Conferencing Facilitator
Sean joined the CRCBC family in January of 2016. A former division I collegiate football player and Gilman School graduate, Sean is a very passionate and service driven individual. During the 2015 civil unrest that occurred in Baltimore City, following the death of Freddie Gray, Sean played an integral part in quelling the riots in west Baltimore. A life-long resident of the Sand-town community, his leadership and activism in his community has forged many relationships with various organizations and entities, which includes the Baltimore City Police department. His devotion to service and his passion for restorative justice, makes Sean one of the youngest rising facilitators in the state of Maryland.
Tenelle S. Chambers, Community Conferencing Facilitator
Tenelle joined CRCBC as a Facilitator in August 2016. She has a background in psychology and is currently pursuing her M.S. in Negotiations and Conflict Management (Spring 2018). Prior to CRC she has 15 years with Baltimore City Public Schools working with teachers, staff, children, and families. Tenelle has a genuine interest in strengthening and providing service to the community.
Meagan Buster, Mediation Program Assistant