As Co-Founder and CEO of Baltimore Corps, Fagan is a passionate evangelist for Baltimore who is proud to work everyday strengthening America’s greatest city. Fagan sets the organization’s strategic direction and supports its dedicated community of staff, fellows and community leaders.
A graduate of public school system, Fagan believes deeply in every individual’s right to opportunity and is committed to realizing a more just and equitable society. Fagan loves his job at Baltimore Corps because it allows him to collaborate with incredible leaders, and extraordinary communities, who come together daily to make a transformative difference in the lives of Baltimore’s children, youth and families.
Prior to Baltimore Corps, Fagan worked at College Track, a national after school program dedicated to creating college-going cultures in historically underserved communities. As a Fellow at the Emerson Collective, Fagan staffed the White House Council for Community Solutions, where he supported efforts to harness the talents of Opportunity Youth. Fagan studied international human rights in Ireland as a Senator George J. Mitchell Scholar and holds a Masters of Philosophy in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. An Echoing Green Fellow, Fagan was recently named to Forbes Magazine “30 Under 30” list for social entrepreneurship.