Bellamy Genn Adds Jordan-Mary Bellamy as Director of Strategic Communications and Government Relations Associate
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Today, the Bellamy Genn Group (BGG) proudly announces that Jordan-Mary “Jordan” Bellamy has…
The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc), a nonprofit committed to transforming lives for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and Laura Austin, Board Chair, are pleased to announce the addition of Gregory Snyder II to the Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2020. A strong, committed Board of Directors is integral to The Arc’s robust strategic plan. The addition of Gregory Snyder II strengthens organizational governance and sustainability as The Arc works to achieve full inclusion for people with I/DD.
“We are excited to welcome Gregory to the board,” said Jonathon Rondeau, President & CEO of The Arc. “Gregory has a strong legislative background and is a voice for advocacy and philanthropy throughout Maryland. We look forward to sharing in Gregory’s passion for grassroots advocacy and change. We have a fantastic Board of Directors here at The Arc, dedicated to changing lives for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and Gregory is a terrific addition to our team.”
Gregory Snyder II is the Government Relations and Communications Associate at the Bellamy Genn Group. Prior to joining Bellamy Genn, Gregory served as the Associate Director of Communications and Engagement for The Maryland Catholic Conference, successfully advocating constituent issues. Snyder began his career in Annapolis working as a Legislative Aide for Senator Justin Ready, followed by Chief of Staff for Senator Johnny Ray Salling. He also served in the Hogan Administration’s Office of Governmental Affairs for the Maryland Transit Administration. Snyder is also heavily involved in local charities including the Ronald McDonald House Charities Maryland Red Shoe Crew and Keep Punching. He founded the Haymakers, a young professionals group that spreads awareness of Keep Punching’s mission.