Louis Miserendino is the Director of the McMullen Scholars Program at Calvert Hall College High School and a Visiting Fellow at the Maryland Public Policy Institute. A native of Baltimore, Mr. Miserendino graduated from Calvert Hall and earned a Marion Burke Knott Scholarship to attend Loyola University Maryland, where he graduated summa com laude with a double major in history and economics. He currently teaches Advanced Placement United States History, and, in 2014, he hosted a roundtable at the National Association for Gifted Children 61st Annual Convention and Exhibition.
Mr. Miserendino has undertaken extensive research on Baltimore’s property tax structure and local redevelopment strategies. He has written for the Maryland Public Policy Institute and the Institute for Justice. His newspaper articles have appeared in The Daily Record and The Baltimore Sun. He is a member of the Board of Directors at Civic Works, which is Baltimore’s urban service corps and an AmeriCorps program.