Meet the Team Behind the Mission
Founder & Executive Director
Mandy has been loving the women of Baltimore for almost 15 years. What began as a community women's Christmas event, grew into a weekly life group, and then exploded into the creation of a life development center and now a social enterprise. With deep passion and a call to transform women’s lives, Mandy is a force for change in Baltimore. As a social entrepreneur, she leads, first with love, then as an expert and visionary-- always staying true to her core desire: to have each woman she meets know that they are beautiful and have great purpose.
Director, Hon’s Honey
Erin arrived at The Well with a huge heart for the women of Baltimore. She has served in multiple roles including Program Director. As our social enterprise, Hon’s Honey, got underway, she took the reigns as Director, leading our team of women, and growing the business. She is a military wife and mother of 3. “The ‘real, raw, and vulnerable’ that I experience at The Well is what continues to draw me in and challenges me to those things in my own life.”
Mentee Intake and Coordination
Debbie has been connected to The Well long before there was a building or program. She has been loving on the ladies and their children since 2005. She is front and center at The Well and serves selflessly in areas of hospitality, front desk management, events & mentor coordination and Women of Hope facilitation. Her presence and loving spirit are instantly felt the minute she walks in the room!
As a wife and mom of 5 girls, Joy has been in the business of empowering women for many years! Her multi-tasking skills serve her well as she manages our busy front desk. A favorite quote of Joy’s comes from Beth Moore: "Let your light shine today, and let your personality blossom, too. You don’t have to be a people pleaser, just a people lover"
“My desire to see people become all God created them to be is what drew me to The Well. My work as a professional counselor allows me to witness up close the transformative work God is doing in the lives of people who come through the doors of The Well.”
Interim Program Director
Ginger has a long history of working in the healing industry - social work, physical therapy, and a wife and mother of 5. She began at The Well as a volunteer and is now acting as Interim Program Director. “The Well is a slice of heaven on earth; where love is contagious and hope is inspired for all who get involved.”
Alane has a background in journalism, publishing, marketing and grant writing. "My passion is helping women live to their fullest potential, so writing grants for The Well perfectly supports what I believe: every woman deserves to live her best life."
“I love being here for the women— when something comes up, we find a way to work through it together.” On any given day, Analyn might find herself searching for birth certificates, figuring out insurance, or digging into housing options. She is a critical part of the mentor coordination team. She brings her ability to be creative and resourceful, as well as very personal, to each woman who walks in her door.
"Positive Energy and Sincerity are the best qualities here at The Well. Everyone is so committed to the well-being of the community-- I am happy to be part of this mission.”
Angie does a little of everything at The Well. She started at the front desk then moved into event coordination and now is currently a “Worker Bee” with Hon’s Honey. She is also a staff member. “I initially was drawn to The Well as a nosey neighbor, but what I found was a community of women that I can relate to and a safe place where it's ok to not be ok."
Product & Branding Manager, Hon’s Honey
Jordan helped make the dream of a social enterprise become a reality. She has been with Hon's Honey since it was a mere seed of an idea. Jordan keeps the Hon's Honey brand looking sleek and professional, works with new product creation, as well as marketing and social media. “What draws me to The Well is the ongoing ripple effect it has- not just on one or two women, but on the community as a whole.”