Jeff Carroll is a vice president at Humanim, a workforce development nonprofit creating opportunity for individuals with barriers to employment. Specifically, he is the creator of Details Deconstruction a Social Enterprise of Humanim and oversees it and its sister enterprise Brick and Board. These enterprises are designed to employ individuals with social barriers to employment. Jeff lives in Baltimore with his wife Heather and holds an MBA from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
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