2023 NADOHE Annual Conference | See the City!

Thank you for joining us for the 2023 NADOHE National Conference in Baltimore MD!


As you reconnect with friends and colleagues throughout the week, his year as part of our conference networking, we invite attendees to not only engage each through our various sessions, and breakfast meetings, we also invite you to engage with our host city, We know that many of, and hope the below resources allow you to and experience all that Baltimore has to offer with suggested resources. 


HADESTOWN: Broadway's Tony and Grammy winning best Musical (April 11th – 16th) – NADOHE has arranged for a special promo for the Baltimore run of Hadestown. Tickets are going fast, if you plan on attending, please purchase early for best seats. Link:  https://am.ticketmaster.com/baabal/promotional-page?filterType=MTMz


The Hippodrome Theatre is approximately a 10 – 15-minute drive/uber from the Marriott.

12 North Eutaw Street Baltimore, MD 21201-1719


Bop Pass: Your pass to discovering Baltimore’s Black museums (including the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture), restaurants, shops and other cultural and historical attractions. Click here for more information on the Bop Pass


Visit the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the premier organization promoting the establishment, growth, prosperity and retention of Hispanic Businesses in the State of Maryland. Click here for more information on the Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Check out this article for a closer look at how Baltimore's Hispanic and Latino Community celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month in 2021.


Explore the cultural heritage of the Native American and Indigenous peoples of Maryland by visiting the Guide to Indigenous Maryland. Click here for more information on the Guide to Indigenous Maryland.


Visit the Towson University website to learn about Greater Baltimore’s Asian Community History. Click here for more information on the Towson University website.


Check out the LGBTQ Guide to Baltimore. Baltimore has been recognized as one of the most welcoming cities in the United States for LGTBQ+ and gender non-conforming individuals. Click here for the LGBTQ guide to Baltimore


Explore the Baltimore American Indian Center, a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1968 with a mission to “assist and support American Indian and Alaskan Native families moving into an urban environment and adjusting to the culture change they will experience. Click here for to visit the BAIC website


We hope you enjoy this year’s conference, and get to experience Charm City! 

Further Compiled Resources

Passes, Discounts, and Events


Black-Owned Business Directory


Black-Owned Restaurants in Baltimore


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