The Baltimore Station Elects Three New Board Members

The Baltimore Station, an organization that supports individuals, primarily veterans, dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder by providing innovative residential treatment programming, announced today that three professionals recently joined its board of directors, bringing the board to 15 members. Additionally, Tyler Mays, risk advisor and associate general counsel at RCM&D was named president of the board after being elected to the board in 2023.

The new members elected to The Baltimore Station’s board are John Anderson Jr., Esq., attorney, Angelos Legal Group; Andrew Bagby, banking services analyst, M&T Bank; and Martin Potter, operations manager, Catholic Charities of Baltimore.

New Board Members

John Anderson

Attorney at Angelos Legal Group

Anderson is a former Marine Corps infantryman with five years of military service. During his service, he was deployed to multiple countries where he helped expand the mission of the Marine Corps through leading Marines, communicating with foreign leaders, and successfully managing military equipment. His duties also allowed him to help the citizens of other countries obtain freedom from oppressive control. After leaving service, Anderson remained active in the Veteran community and achieved his B.S. in Criminal Justice and his J.D. both from the University of Baltimore. He currently works as an attorney at Angelos Legal Group where he manages a wide range of cases in both Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Andrew Bagby

Banking Services Analyst at M&T Bank

Bagby has 22 years of military service through which he gained extensive experience as an inter-organization liaison between different US intelligence organizations. He has held various titles in the Air Force and National Security Agency such as deputy section chief, operations chief, division chief, and more. At M&T Bank, in addition to his career as a banking services analyst, Bagby currently serves as the Mid-Atlantic Veterans Resource Group chapter president where he advocates for and coordinates efforts of veterans within the Mid-Atlantic region. He has an A.A.S. in Intelligence Studies and Technology from the Community College of the Air Force and a B.A. in East Asian Studies from the University of Maryland Global Campus.

Martin Potter

Operations Manager at Catholic Charities of Baltimore

Potter served for six years in the military as part of the Maryland National Guard. Before that, he worked as a youth support worker for the Milton Keynes Council. Potter has held a variety of positions within Catholic Charities of Baltimore, including operations supervisor for the Weinberg Housing and Resource Center and facilities manager. In his current position as operations manager at My Sister’s Place Women’s Center, he establishes and implements best practices, policies, and objectives to meet the needs of the organization and ensure that their clients, who are among the homeless population in Baltimore, receive the necessary support. He holds a B.A. in Social Policy and Criminology from the University of Central Lancashire in the U.K. and an M.A. in Globalization and Governance from Brunel University in London.

About The Baltimore Station

The Baltimore Station provides therapeutic treatment programs to individuals—primarily veterans—dealing with homelessness and substance use disorder. Its innovative programming helps break the cycle of poverty and supports individuals as they become self-sufficient members of the community. Accredited by one of the nation’s most prestigious accrediting bodies for rehabilitation facilities, The Baltimore Station is the area’s largest VA-funded Grant and Per Diem (GPD) program and the only long-term residential program, providing up to 24 months of clinical care and life skills development to encourage a smoother transition to the real world and guaranteed lifelong success. At The Baltimore Station, we turn lives around. www.baltimorestation.org.