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Councilman Nick J. Mosby
Nick Mosby is a business leader, youth advocate, and  Baltimore’s native son.
He was raised in Northeast Baltimore by his mother, the  late Eunice Orange, who always stressed education as a top priority. After graduating from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute  in 1997, Nick attended and graduated from Tuskegee University, earning a  Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Currently, Nick is a  Video Network Engineering Manager with Verizon Communications, Inc. For the  past 14 years, he has managed projects for the company with budgets of over $30  million. Following graduation, Nick's lasting love for  Baltimore City brought him back home. In 2004, he invested in Reservoir Hill by  utilizing the S.C.O.P.E. Program to purchase and refurbish a dilapidated home  that had been abandoned for nearly 20 years. Nick recognizes his personal responsibility to give  back to the youth. As such, he has been an instructor and mentor with the Omega  Academy, a College Tour coordinator and mentor with the Winning Teams Mentoring  Program at Coppin State University, a seminar facilitator with Inroads, Inc.,  as well as a volunteer with the Upward Bound program. Nick also has an extensive record of public service.  He is the immediate past President of the Bolton Park Neighbors, Inc. in  Reservoir Hill, and served on the board of Community Building in Partnerships  Incorporated in Sandtown-Winchester. Currently, Nick serves as board member of  Midtown Community Benefits District (MCBD), Empowering Minds of Maryland Youth  (EMMY), and the Elijah Cummings Youth Program (ECYP). In 2008, Nick was  honorably appointed to the Maryland Democratic State Central Committee for the  40th District. In 2011, Nick threw his hat in the ring for the  Baltimore City 7th District City Council race and accomplished a strategic and historic political  upset when he, a political newcomer, not only clenched the Democratic  nomination for the 7th District City Council, but was also the only  candidate city-wide who was able to unseat a two-term incumbent. Raised  with strong Christian values, Nick is a lifelong member of St. Matthew Catholic  Church, an active member of Reservoir Hill community associations, and Omega  Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated. Nick currently resides in Reservoir Hill and  is happily married to former Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore City,  Marilyn Mosby. Together, they are the proud parents of two young daughters.
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