Mayor Brandon M. Scott (Courtesy Photo/https://mayor.baltimorecity.gov/)
BALTIMORE – Baltimore City Mayor Brandon M. Scott will present a Black History Month guest lecture virtually at Coppin State University (CSU) on February 16 at 5:30 p.m.
Scott’s presentation “Black families in Baltimore City,” is part of a CSU Black Experience class. The event is free and open to the public. It will be broadcast on Facebook Live via CSU’s Facebook account.
Inaugurated on Dec. 1, 2020, Scott is the 52nd Mayor of Baltimore. He is working to end gun violence, restore the public’s trust in government and change Baltimore for the better. Scott is one of the youngest people to be elected Mayor in the history of Baltimore.
A former Baltimore City Council member, Scott was unanimously elected President of City Council by his colleagues in May 2019. As Council President, Scott developed and released the first-ever City Council President legislative agenda, focused on building safer, stronger communities, cleaning up city government, investing in Baltimore’s young people, and centering equity. Previously, Scott served on the City Council representing Baltimore’s 2nd District. He was first elected in 2011 at the age of 27 and is one of the youngest people ever elected to the Baltimore City Council.
Scott is a community leader, public servant, and lifelong resident of Baltimore City. A proud Baltimorean, Scott is a graduate of MERVO High School and St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He lives in Baltimore’s Frankford neighborhood in Northeast Baltimore.