Baltimore, Wake Up!


Groove Commerce is excited to announce our sponsorship of Baltimore Wake Up’s 2nd Community Empowerment Forum on March 30th from 8:30am to 1pm which will be hosted by the non-profit organization ReWired for Change.

This forum will entail a full day of education, training, and engagement around the many issues affecting Baltimore City’s low-income neighborhoods and what community residents can do to create long-term sustainable change.

Sign up today to attend and join Groove in their dream of a better Baltimore!

ReWired for Change is a non-profit organization that promotes family and community development and crime and violence prevention through education, cultural awareness and media-based social justice advocacy.

Baltimore Wake Up (BWU) is a community empowerment initiative, initially developed by Rewired for Change in association with Baltimore street legend and community symbol of redemption, the late Donnie (The Real Omar) Andrews, Founder of Why Murder?. Today it is an initiative of ReWired For Change in partnership with Citizens Planning and Housing Association (CPHA) and SPACEs (Safe Places for the Advancement of Community & Equity).

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Mack McGee

Mack McGee

Executive VP & Principal at Groove
Since 2009, Mack has lead Groove’s business development efforts and sales team. He successfully develops sales and marketing processes and strategies that continue to drive revenue. He also manages all of the agency’s major technology partnerships, including HubSpot and Magento. As a graduate of the University of Maryland, Mack earned a B.A. in Communications. Mack is also a three-sport coach with Baltimore County Special Olympics.
Mack McGee
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