Melvin Jadulang

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Melvin Jadulang


Melvin is a capacity-building strategist, serving underrepresented populations over 15 years via non-profit, academic, commercial, and community organizations. The East Baltimore Midway resident supports inclusive neighborhood revitalization as founder of Boone Street Commons (home of Ujamaa Cove) and establishing the Greater Greenmount Community Association Land Use Committee. As the Graham Projects Director of Operations and Engagement, Melvin is growing the company’s mission to Make Place Happen: collaborating with stakeholders to improve places through creative design-build initiatives.


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Ujamaa Cove – Coming Soon

An urban farm turned vacant lot turned Sacred Place in Baltimore's Midway neighborhood.

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When Jennifer Arndt Robinson moved into her Baltimore neighborhood in 2001, she was told to stay away from nearby Patterson Park. What does a true nature and animal lover do? Jennifer got a dog and visited the 137-acre park daily. On these daily walks, she made new friends and connections and started shifting her perception...

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