Ben Hyman Moves From Pigtown Main Street to Waterfront Partnership

| July 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore Release: 

The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore is pleased to welcome Ben Hyman as director of special projects, serving as project manager of the organization’s redevelopment of Rash Field and activations at West Shore Park as part of the Inner Harbor 2.0 plan. Hyman will work to program, better activate and manage the waterfront’s parks and public spaces to make them even more active, attractive and appealing to locals and visitors.

Hyman joins Waterfront Partnership from Pigtown Main Street, where he spent more than five years as the executive director. During his time with Pigtown Main Street, he more than tripled the organization’s budget, participating merchants and partnerships. Prior to that, he served as a special assistant to the Office of City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young and as a mayoral fellow for the City of Baltimore.

“Ben’s dedication to Baltimore paired with his past experience leading Pigtown Main Street make him an excellent fit for this role,” said Laurie Schwartz, president of the Waterfront Partnership. “We are thrilled to have Ben on board to help implement the Inner Harbor 2.0 plan and advance our mission.”

Hyman holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in geography from the George Washington University.

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