Noah Smock is the Executive Director of the Baltimore Community ToolBank. He brings a proven track record in fundraising and relationship building for nonprofit organizations, as well as a passion for empowering community initiatives to Why Give clients.
Previously, Noah served as Assistant Director of the Student Outreach Resource Center (SOURCE) at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore. In that role, he was responsible for connecting hundreds of students in the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health with volunteer and internship opportunities at more than 100 partnering community-based organizations.
Noah’s nonprofit career began in 2008 as a development associate for Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore. He was promoted to Director of Community Outreach, where he built on his fundraising experience to expand Living Classrooms’ partnerships with businesses, foundations, community-based organizations and volunteers.
Noah currently serves as President of the Carroll-Camden Business Association (CCBA), an organization focused on enriching the life of all who live, work and play in Carroll-Camden. From 2008 – 2016, he served as Board Chairman for Black is the New Green (BNG), a Baltimore-based environmental organization that used humor and irreverence to promote eco-friendly lifestyles.
Smock earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from the University of California, San Diego. He is an alumnus of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, a year of service that shaped his interest and experience in working within community settings.
Awards & Affiliations
Mentor, Paul’s Place
Paul’s Place provides programs, services, and support that strengthen individuals and families, fostering hope, personal dignity and growth. Mr. Smock serves as a mentor for a 5th grade student in the after-school program which provides a safe, structured environment for children to have fun while improving their social and academic skills.
President, Carroll-Camden Business Association
The Carroll-Camden Business Association promotes a vibrant and socially-attuned business corridor in the Carroll-Camden neighborhood of Baltimore City.
YNPN Purple Crab for Impact
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Baltimore (YNPN Baltimore) Purple Crab awards recognize individuals, groups, and organizations that embody the YNPN mission to promote an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the professional growth and development of young professionals in the Baltimore metro area.
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