Pride of Baltimore II is owned and operated by the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Pride of Baltimore, Inc., which is comprised of a small staff located at 2700 Lighthouse Point, Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21224.
Pride of Baltimore, Inc.'s staff includes:
Rick Scott, Executive Director
Erica Denner, Program and Communications Director
Jamie Trost, Program Director
Jamie grew up sailing on Presque Isle Bay and Lake Erie, and has been fascinated with War of 1812 History since his early years. Not surprisingly, four of the 16 ships he’s worked for have been War of 1812 replicas—Pride II, Niagara, Lynx, and currently being constructed Porcupine, where served as Project Manager for the initial stages. He brings a unique knowledge about this various complex and often misunderstood conflict with England. In returning to Pride, Inc., as ProgramDirector, he will put that knowledge to use sharing the incredible story Pride II's ancestors—the Baltimore Privateers
Martha Oster-Beal, Program Coordinator
Martha began her journey with Pride, Inc. in March 2016, just as the ship was gearing up for her 2016 Great Lakes season. She is a native of Denver, Colorado, and holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the College of Wooster. Previously, she worked at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art in a variety of administrative and project archivist roles.
Patrick Smith, Communications Assistant