For the past year, if you’ve attended a White Flint-related event, you may have seen Amy Donin representing Friends of White Flint. She has been an integral part of our team and, as she moves on to a role with even deeper involvement in planning and land use, we’ll miss her.
We are, though, very excited to welcome a new member to our Friends of White Flint team! Rebecca Hertz received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, Worcester Massachusetts in 2012. She completed her Master’s Degree from Clark University, as well, in Community Development and Planning in 2013. Becca is interested in how built environments impact the health and growth of communities. Prior to joining FoWF, she worked as a youth worker and mentor for several non-profit organizations in Maryland and Massachusetts. She grew up in Rockville, MD and has recently moved back to the region. She’s a great fit for both of our missions at FoWF: education and community engagement, as well as advocacy.
You can reach Becca directly at Rebecca.Hertz@whiteflint.org and give her a hearty welcome when she introduces herself at your next community meeting!