Interview with Evan Serpick (OSI)

Interview with Evan Serpick (OSI)

In this episode of The Truth In This Art, Rob interviewed Evan Serpick, a communications professional with backgrounds in journalism and social justice activism, and they discuss storytelling through the lens of social justice, local journalism, and much more.
Evan Serpick is a communications professional with backgrounds in journalism and social justice activism. He is currently the program manager for communications and narrative change at Open Society Institute-Baltimore, and previously served as the editor-in-chief of Baltimore’s weekly City Paper, senior editor at Baltimore magazine, and associate editor at Rolling Stone. Evan has also been a lifelong community activist, serving in a wide range of roles, including as an Ambassador for Baltimore Ceasefire and Social Action Committee Chair for Beth Am Synagogue. He lives in Baltimore City with his wife Brenda, an English teacher at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and his sons Jack and Benny.

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