As program coordinator, Tyrese Fenty plays a critical role in the creation and development of new experiential and educational student programs that develop, inspire and equip individuals and teams for positive social impact.
Prior to the Do Good Institute Fenty worked at the University of Maryland in the Leadership and Community Service Learning office as the graduate coordinator for Terps for Change, helping to connect students to community service in the local DMV area with local nonprofits. He also was the graduate assistant for the Student Success Initiative helping to manage student-led programs at the University of Maryland that empower the Black student population academically, financially and professionally. Amongst these roles, he was able to be an instructor and advisor to students during his graduate career in his spare time. Fenty has recently graduated from the University of Maryland with his Master of Education in Student Affairs, Higher Education and International Education Policy. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Africana Studies from the University of Connecticut.