Baltimore Homecoming Appoints Stephanie Cerini Alumni Engagement Director and Robinson Davis Strategic Partnerships Manager

Baltimore Homecoming, an organization mobilizing a network of Baltimore’s most accomplished natives and alumni nationwide to invest in and support the city and its communities, recently announced two new hires – Stephanie Cerini as alumni engagement director and Robinson Davis as strategic partnerships manager. With the organization’s focus on community and alumni engagement, both positions are relationship-driven and integral to the organization’s operations and success.  

“In the short time they’ve been on board, Stephanie and Robinson have already shown their commitment to Baltimore and our mission,” said Homecoming’s Executive Director Mandy Snyder. “They will both be integral to our work in building and strengthening the Homecoming network to build lasting change and impact in Baltimore.”  

Cerini joins Baltimore Homecoming with over a decade of experience in marketing, writing and event planning at a medical communications firm, Communication Partners Group, and most recently, at the Johns Hopkins University Office of Undergraduate Admissions. As alumni engagement director, she will cultivate relationships with Baltimore Homecoming’s extensive alumni network of accomplished Baltimoreans nationwide by planning regional events in hub cities throughout the year and connecting in other ways via calls, visits and more. She will also oversee the marketing strategy for the organization, using newsletters, social media and the website to help increase brand awareness, engage with alumni and partners and amplify the positive stories around Baltimore.  

Davis joins the Baltimore Homecoming team with a background in marketing, community outreach and most recently, sales and business development for a solar panel products company in Washington, D.C. With a focus on community service, Davis has volunteered as community services coordinator with Guard the Angels, helping the organization run their seasonal Thanksgiving Turkey Drives, Charm City Blanket and Food Drive and Holiday Toy Drive. As strategic partnerships manager, he will lead the organization’s community engagement initiatives, including the Homecoming Heroes and Crab Tank entrepreneurship programs, establish and cultivate new relationships with Baltimore Homecoming partners and grow funder and strategic partnerships to help support the organization’s goals.  

Both roles will work closely with Snyder in realizing Baltimore Homecoming’s vision of a world where Baltimore is recognized as a leading hub for social and private sector entrepreneurship and where local leaders work together with a global network of Baltimoreans to advance a more prosperous and just city.  

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About Baltimore Homecoming, Inc.  

Baltimore Homecoming, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization designed to connect Baltimoreans from across the world with the city’s leaders and innovators to spark new collaborations and drive new investments in Baltimore’s future. Founded by Nate Loewentheil and JM Schapiro, Baltimore Homecoming engages the professional community through its board of directors which includes Loewentheil, Schapiro, Rachel Bendit; Jack Bisciotti of Pointfield Partners; Michael Chesser, chairman emeritus of Great Plains Energy; Michael Fader, president of MileOne Holdings; Josepha Hendler; Dr. Charles Johnson-Bey, senior vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton; Arion Long, founder and CEO of Femly; Anthony Moag, chief operating officer of Whiting-Turner Contracting Company; Chip Wendler, former vice president of strategic distribution initiatives at T. Rowe Price; and Brittany Young, founder and CEO of B-360. More information is available at