We are excited to announce changes to our Board of Directors, a distinguished panel of committed professionals who oversee our work. Our new slate of Board officers, who make up the Executive Committee, are: Chair Melanie Lundquist, Chief Financial Officer, Southway Builders, Inc.; 1st Vice Chair Debbie Dorsch, Principal and Owner, Parallel Risk Advisors; 2nd Vice Chair Jacqueline Brooks, Partner, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP; Treasurer Greg Thor, Senior Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer, Corporate Office Properties Trust; and Secretary Jennifer Herwig, Vice President of Human Resources, BGE. We are grateful for their willingness to take on leadership positions and help guide Humanim strategy.
We also are pleased to welcome four new Directors: Anthony Featherstone, Executive Director, WorkSource Montgomery; April Taylor, Vice President of Quality, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Sally Hebner, Senior Vice President and Financial Officer, Enterprise Community Partners; and Robert Strunge, Store Associate, Walgreens.
Anthony Featherstone, Executive Director, WorkSource Montgomery
An experienced leader in human resources, employee relations and program management, he served previously as Director of Workforce Operations and Program Manager with KRA Corp.
Sally Hebner, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Enterprise Community Partners
She is an experienced finance professional with a history of leading and transforming teams working in the financial services and real estate industries. She has worked at Enterprise since 2005, after serving as a Director with the Rouse Company.
Robert Strunge, Store Associate, Walgreens
He is an experienced associate with several retail outlets who now works at Walgreens. Mr. Strunge overcame a traumatic brain injury to earn three college degrees, and will provide important insights on the board about Humanim’s programs for people dealing with a range of disabilities.
April Taylor, Vice President of Quality, Johns Hopkins Hospital
She is a strategic leader in physician practice and hospital administration. She served previously as Senior Director for Process Improvement and Project Management at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Finally, we offer our deepest thanks to three long-serving board members whose terms have ended. David Eberhardt, Blair Slaughter and Jeanne Cullotta have served Humanim incredibly well for many years, and we offer them our deep appreciation.
Humanim is a nonprofit organization with a 50-year history of supporting and economically empowering both individuals and communities through the areas of human services, youth and family services, workforce development and social enterprise. The organization works to create economic equity for individuals with disabilities and socio-economic challenges, providing the highest standard of programs and services to over 3,500 individuals a year throughout Maryland.