Don Cutwright, David Gilliam to be Recognized at Black Wall Street HOODFELLAS, 3.23.22, 6-8pm, Hoodfellas Bistro, 7 N. Calvert St., BALTIMORE

Photo: Don Cutwright

(BALTIMORE – March 21, 2022) – Be sure and RSVP for Black Wall Street HOODFELLAS on Wed., March 23, 2022, from 6 to 8 pm at Hoodfellas Bistro, located at 7 N. Calvert St. in the Munsey Building. Honorees receive the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Award. Established by and Sisters4Sisters Network in Washington, D.C. in September 2011, these awards were designed to celebrate Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race.

To date, we have honored over 1,800 individuals in more than a dozen US cities. We aim to encourage entrepreneurship, beginning in the Black community, and we aim to help preserve little-known Black Wall Street history.

Honorees include David Gilliam.

Who is David?

David Gilliam was born and raised in Baltimore City. He worked for the state of MD for 30 plus years and is now happily retired, spending time watching his 7 grandchildren thrive. David enjoys giving back to the community and does so by volunteering and mentoring through various charitable organizations. David’s positive outlook on life and his willingness to help others make him a noteworthy asset to the community.

Honorees also include Don Cutwright.

Who is Don?

Don Cutwright has over 20 years of banking and lending experience, primarily related to small businesses. At Baltimore Community Lending, Don markets small business products and services, identifies new customers, and originates and closes loans.

Other honorees for this magnificent occasion include: *Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby *Shelonda Stokes *Granville Templeton, Esq. *Ravinder Sawhney *Cedric Karp *Azikiwe Deveaux *Benjamin Thompson *HoodFellas Customers *Je’Lee