United Way Appoints New Members to its Baltimore County Community Partnership Board
United Way of Central Maryland announced the addition of four new members to its Baltimore County Community Partnership Board, deepening its community expertise and ability to create meaningful impact in the community.
New members include:
- Regina Aris, Assistant Director at the Baltimore Metropolitan Council
- Kelly Black, President of BLK Accounting & Consulting, LLC
- Carmen Christiana, County Executive’s Constituent at the Baltimore County Executive Office
- James M. Timmerman, Partner at Tydings & Rosenberg, LLP
UWCM's Community Partnership Board members help the organization identify and address the needs of the community at a very local level, serving as its eyes and ears in Baltimore County. The Community Partnership Board members take the lead in grant funding decision-making, and raise awareness about UWCM’s programs in the County.
“I am looking forward to the fresh ideas and perspectives our new members are bringing to the Board. With the addition of more strong leadership, I know United Way of Central Maryland will continue to increase the crucial programs and services to the people of Baltimore County,” said Keith Scott, Chair of the Baltimore County Partnership Board and President and CEO of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce.
For more information on United Way of Central Maryland’s work in Baltimore County and across central Maryland, please visit uwcm.org.