“As a Baltimore native, this city is my home, and I strive to do everything I can to make Baltimore a better place to live. Together, we can strengthen the Baltimore community, and all it has to offer!”
Neil is inspired to solve problems and to share and connect. The fundamental goals of Neil A. Katz & Associates have always been to giving back to the community, solve problems in Baltimore, and enable others. Neil gives his time freely to entrepreneurs, students, and business owners that are looking for a seasoned leader to act as a supportive guide and mentor.
Whether it’s a new friendship, an opportunity to invest, or just a great conversation, Neil is always happy to connect with any business owners or entrepreneurs!
As a Board Chair with the Baltimore-Odessa Partnership, Neil participates in their Sister City program providing aid and support to the Jewish citizens of Odessa, Ukraine. The organization funds summer camps, JCC programs, and various other activities that teach young Jewish Ukrainians what it means to be Jewish.
Neil is passionate about helping others, in Baltimore and around the word, connect to their Jewish heritage. Over the past 20 years, the group has helped build institutions that have transformed this region in many positive ways, and Neil has visited the region first hand to get involved on a community level and learn about their challenges.
Neil loves to share his experience and work with young people. That’s why he volunteers his time as a fraternity advisor at his Alma mater, The University of Delaware.
More than experience, Neil has helped establish an endowment which will further support Alpha Epsilon Pi for years to come.
Neil sits on the boards and advisory committees of numerous local organizations
The Community College of Baltimore County Foundation, Inc. was established to provide funding support to CCBC.
Under the leadership of the board of directors, the CCBC Foundation seeks contributions from alumni, local businesses, corporations, employees, foundations, and individuals to support student scholarships, cultural and curriculum development, facilities and equipment needs, and other programs and activities that benefit the college.
As a past board member of the Alex Brown Center for Entrepreneurship, Neil shared his experience and mentorship with tomorrow’s leaders attending UMBC.
Hillel at Johns Hopkins University is a vibrant and pluralistic Jewish community on campus.
Johns Hopkins Hillel’s mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.
UD Hillel works to help students create meaningful Jewish experiences to grow personally, professionally, and Jewishly.
The Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Baltimore has been transforming lives through friendship. We match children to adult mentors and adults of all abilities to new friends. Our community includes people of all backgrounds – Jewish AND non-Jewish – and various life experiences who agree: It takes a village, and a mentor is an important part of it!
The Associated and our agencies care for those in our community who need us most. We believe that it is our responsibility to repair the world, to shape Jewish journeys and to extend a hand to Jews around the world. We may come from different places and we may express our Jewishness in different ways, but we all unite to create a better tomorrow.
The Chizuk Amuno Congregation is a community of Jewish people who come together for worship, learning and celebration.
From our humble beginnings on Exeter Street in downtown Baltimore in 1871, to our current campus in Pikesville, Chizuk Amuno has continued to serve the needs of Baltimore’s Jewish community and the community at large by meeting the religious, educational, cultural and social needs of our congregants.
4Front is the Baltimore Jewish community’s comprehensive teen initiative.
Based on four pillars – advocate, innovate, educate, and collaborate, 4Front serves as a gathering place and open channel for Baltimore’s Jewish teens and the adults who care about them. Here, teens are encouraged to explore Jewish identity in ways that are meaningful to them.