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ETHM Alumni


Natalia Muniz

Alumni Class of 2019, Port Towns Youth Council

The PTYC means being a leader. It’s helped me become a better person through community outreach experiences. I think it’s always good to be able to go out into the community and help those who are in need. I know a lot of people through our PTYC outreach whose lives we touched over the years.


Brittany Irvine

Alumni Class of 2004, Port Towns Youth Council

ETHM has played a tremendous role in my personal and professional growth and development.  Through the investment of ETHM and Rev. Addison, I was afforded the opportunity to grow into a leader within my community and learn valuable life skills that are still impactful today.  I can confidently say that ETHM is a valuable stakeholder in our community, that will always be a constant in my life and the lives of so many youth within Prince George’s County.


Ronald McFadden

Port Towns Youth Council, Alumni Class of 2005

ETHM has played a pivotal role in my development as a professional, as a youth advocate, and as a policy maker. During my formative years, the level of professional learning and job skills training keenly enhanced my leadership skills for college, career, and life. My involvement in ETHM’s youth programming ultimately inspired me to develop and lead the Urban Choral Arts Society,  a 501c3 organization dedicated to improving the achievement and esteem of Baltimore area youth through choral music and cultural arts. As a school board member, my experiences with ETHM has shaped my understanding of how strong community stakeholder relationships are invaluable to school and individual student success. ETHM is a much needed organization for youth of today and generations to come.

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