Board of Directors
KIM RENEE HILL
Kim Renee Hill is an International Paralegal with Legg Mason & Co., LLC for over 10 years. Kim’s professional experience spans over 30 years with progressive responsibility in the areas of government contracting administration, human resources management, finance , accounting, sales/marketing, litigation and US and International corporate legal administration. Kim’s career history includes corporate leadership experience with the for profit sector having served in the capacity of Manager, Human Resources for Spectacular Cleaning Services, Inc. , Contracts Manager for C-Cubed Corporation and Budget Consultant for Legg Mason’s Global Professionals Service Employee Resource Group, respectively. Kim is currently a member of three Legg Mason’s Employee Resource Groups: Ahead Planning Committee, Global Professionals Services Steering Committee and Women’s Leadership Network. Kim earned an Associate Degree from Anne Arundel Community College in Human Resource Management and studied Business Administration at Delaware State University. Kim has been a member of Friendship Baptist Church since 2009. She is a wife of 11 years, two daughters and three grandchildren.
President, Interim Executive Director
Charylene served as an administrative professional for 33 years with the Federal Government until she retired February 2014. A native Baltimorean, she received her education in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. She is a member of the Friendship Baptist Church and serves in numerous leadership roles. She is currently the Assistant Director of Christian Education and an advisor/mentor for the youth and young adults. Charylene is the mother of one son and is engaged to be married. Charylene enjoys spending time with family and has a deep love for helping others.
Crystal L. Wilson has a background in urban education, program design and mentorship. She is a founding member of secondary schools in New York City and Baltimore, wherein she has taught traditional courses and overseen the implementation of enrichment programs in robotics, the culinary arts, and student government. Currently serving as a consultant to the David & Dovetta Wilson Scholarship Fund Mentorship Program, she specializes in project design and grant writing. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from Boston University, an M.A. in Teaching from Bard College, and additional graduate credit from the Institute for Inspired Teaching.