Senior Assistant Director
Abby Neyenhouse is the Senior Assistant Director of Neighborhood and Community Programs at the Center for Social Concern and is an experienced social justice educator and programmer. She supports the Community Impact Internships Program, Community Service Federal Work Study Program, the development of a campus Advocacy Network, the Public Service and Social Concern Alumni Affinity group, and serves as a liaison for many of the CSC’s community partners. In her previous position as the Assistant Director for Community and Nonprofit Internships, Abby founded the Community Impact Internships Program, an intensive summer internship program that places undergraduate students with Baltimore area nonprofits, government agencies, and community organizations. Abby holds her B.A. in Religious Studies and American Government from George Mason University and expects to complete her M.P.A in Nonprofit Management at Johns Hopkins University in 2018. Outside of her work at the Center for Social Concern, Abby serves as the Better Waverly Community Organization’s Co-Chair and a governing board member at SOURCE.