Community Crisis Center Expands Board of Directors
Reisterstown, MD – The Community Crisis Center, Inc. has announced the appointment of two new board members.
Sarah Mallonga is Project Manager, Strategic Consulting for PHH, with 11 years of fleet consulting experience. Sarah’s background includes business opportunity analysis, decision support models, and benchmarking. She has also assisted in facilitating client symposiums. Sarah received her B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University, and her MBA from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD. She is also an alumnus of Leadership Baltimore County.
Eileen Compton-Little is a seasoned Realtor with Long and Foster Real Estate, based in Reisterstown. Eileen was a long-standing member of the fundraising committee for the Reisterstown Mustang Cheerleaders. She is committed to the at-risk population that the Community Crisis Center serves and looks forward to working with the board of directors. Eileen received her A.A. in Fashion Marketing from Wesley College. She resides in Upperco, Maryland.
Sarah and Eileen join current board members: Kevin Jones, President; Christy Tasker, Vice President; Beth Gray, Treasurer; Lori Baylin, Secretary; Bill Sitterley, and Dick Harden.
“As we celebrate our 30th anniversary and expand our horizons in the community, we are very pleased that Sarah and Eileen have agreed to join our board, bringing their talent, time and service to our important mission,” said Deborah Goff, MSW, the center’s director.
The Community Crisis Center is a nonprofit human service organization dedicated to the prevention of homelessness for residents of Reisterstown, Owings Mills and Glyndon. Partnered with the Maryland Food Bank, the Community Crisis Center is home to the central emergency food pantry in the Reisterstown-Owings Mills corridor. The center also provides personal hygiene products, school supplies, career clothing, job-readiness, financial literacy, and monthly grants for eviction-prevention and utility assistance.
For information on how to get involved at the Community Crisis Center, please visit www.communitycrisiscenter.org.