BALTIMORE, MD – Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake (BBBSGC) has named Kenna Hall as its Program Specialist for the Southern Maryland region. Ms. Hall will lead community-based enrollment and matching of youth and volunteers for BBBSGC’s program across the tri-county area of Charles, Calvert, and St. Mary’s counties.

While the agency had been without a full time staff person in Southern Maryland since September 2014, “Last year we were able to serve 52 youth and volunteer mentor matches there,“ says BBBSGC Acting President, Kera Ritter. “With Kenna on board, we look forward to truly increasing our impact in Southern Maryland and re-establishing our presence in the area.”

BBBSGC provides community and workplace mentoring services in Baltimore City and sixteen counties, throughout Central Maryland, the Eastern Shore, and Southern Maryland. The non-profit agency, established in 1952 and headquartered in Baltimore, MD, serves over 1,000 Maryland youth annually.

Ms. Hall, who earned her Master’s degree in Education and Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Ashford University, has a strong professional background in social work. “I’ve always been inspired to make a difference in the lives of young people,” says Ms. Hall. “I’m excited to learn and grow with an innovative non-profit organization like Big Brothers Big Sisters. And as military mom, this is a great opportunity to serve the wonderful people of this community and to connect on a local level.”

For more information about about Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake in Southern Maryland, email or call 443-845-4019. For general BBBSGC program inquiries, email or call 410-243-4000.

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake (BBBSGC), founded in 1952, is the oldest and largest youth mentoring organization in the State of Maryland. The agency currently serves more than 1,000 “Littles” in Baltimore City and throughout Maryland. BBBSGC helps children and youth reach their fullest potential by building safe and enduring mentoring relationships through best practices, quality standards and professional support.