Baker ’95 has launched a new not-for-profit organization, Walk4Good.
Walk4Good is a growing community of compassion-driven individuals
from all walks of life whose primary mission is to inspire and
empower people to pass acts of kindness onto others.
"My education at Mount Saint Mary College extended beyond the
classroom, and I am forever grateful to the stellar professors
(Beard, Davidson, and Nunnari to name a few), coaches (Randy
Ognibene and John Wright) and mentors who guided me then and guide
me now. I certainly learned the critical skills needed to excel in
my marketing/PR career, but I learned something much more valuable
at MSMC. I learned about service to others and how it must be a
part of who we are. I possess keen memories of an Alternative
Spring Break trip to Hull, Illinois. That experience ingrained in
me the belief that we must, above all else, be kind and help those
in need. This is the very foundation that Walk4Good has been built.
I am forever thankful that Randi Ognibene and Harry Steinway
scouted me all those years ago in New Haven, CT as they looked for
basketball players to recruit."
Christine and her dog Jessie will walk the 2,180 miles of the
Appalachian Trail over six grueling months to inspire YOU to make a
difference. All you need to do is tell them why they should walk
for your loved one and what made him or her special.
In return for making a complimentary dedication, Christine and
Jessie simply ask for you to go out into your community, do one
good thing - big or small - and tell them what you did.
To learn more or make a dedication and practice an act of
kindness in honor of your loved one, please visit Walk4Good’s
website at www.walk4good.org today!