This week on Spotlight On Maryland, Gina Crash spoke with Corin "Tiny" Adams, Co-Founder and President of Leader Breeders, a growing, Baltimore-based Youth Development non-profit, about their mission, programs and recent Back to School Supply Drive. Morgan State alum and basketball legend "Tiny" as she prefers to be called, is also one of the first female Division 1 men's assistant basketball coaches, currently Assistant Coach at Loyola University. "Tiny" was also joined by Leader Breeders Board Member and fellow basketball player and coach Laura Herrmann for the interview.
Leader Breeders received its 501 (c)(3) status as a non-profit organization last September. Their mission is to implement change for city youth by providing a space for academic enrichment, career development, physical activity and growing community engagement. Leader Breeders has partnered with Baltimore City Recreation and Parks to provide them space to run their programs, with the goal of building their own rec center, "The Rec" to continue to inspire, motivate and mentor the younger generation.
To find out more about Leader Breeders including how to volunteer and donate, you can find them online at https://leaderbreeders.wixsite.com/lead. You can also find them on Instagram and Twitter. You can also email them at email@example.com.
Click below to listen to the interview and to find out more about Leader Breeders including the story of how "Tiny" came up with the name.