Marc Broady, Esq. serves as Vice President of Community Affairs at Weller Development, bringing over a decade of experience in civic and community involvement to the company. As Vice President, Mr. Broady is responsible for leading the Port Covington Community Impact Team, whose mission is to ensure that the transformational nature of the Port Covington development project reaches beyond its physical boundaries. He spearheads initiatives focused on workforce development programming, local hiring and apprenticeships, support for women- and minority-owned businesses, community partnerships, and more. Mr. Broady is also responsible for implementing community-related Developer commitments including compliance with the historic city-wide Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Baltimore and the SB6 Coalition Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) valued at over $135,000,000.
Previously, Mr. Broady worked as lead counsel and policy advisor to Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, where he drafted and drove legislation in areas such as education, criminal justice, housing, small business and tax, and led the creation of the Baltimore Chapter of President Barack Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative. He has also worked in the Baltimore City Public School System and The Oce for the Mayor of Baltimore City. Currently, Mr. Broady serves as a board member to My Brother’s Keeper of Baltimore, the Pimlico Community Development Authority, the Neighborhood Impact Investment Fund for Baltimore, and the Holistic Life Foundation. He is also a Young Professionals Board Member to Center Stage and a mentor for the CollegeBound Foundation.
A Baltimore native, Marc Broady received his juris doctor (J.D.) from the University of Maryland School of Law in 2016 and is a member of the Maryland Bar. He holds a bachelor of science (B.S.) in justice studies from Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Md. and currently resides in Baltimore.