Port Covington

She bridged neighborhoods and Sagamore for Port Covington deal. Can she do the same for Hopkins?

She bridged neighborhoods and Sagamore for Port Covington deal. Can she do the same for Hopkins?

A chief negotiator on the $5.5 billion Port Covington project will leave Kevin Plank’s private real estate team to lead economic development for Johns Hopkins, directing both its education and health care investments.

Alicia Wilson, a 36-year-old attorney from Baltimore’s Frankford neighborhood, will join Hopkins in late July as a vice president after shepherding a $100 million community benefits deal that requires

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