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United Cerebral Palsy of Maryland names three women to board of directors

United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization with locations in Arbutus and Halethorpe to support individuals with disabilities achieve independence and productivity, name these women to its board of directors:

Vanessa Jones, a Gwynn Oak resident, who works as a credentialing assistant program manager for the Maryland State Department of Education's Office of Child Care.

She formerly held the position of education coordinator for the Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center Head Start.

Ellen Milles works as vice president and controller for Kennedy Krieger Institute, where her responsibilities include finance, budgeting and patient accounting.

An Owings Mills resident, she also serves as a staff member on the Audit and Finance Committee.

Milles was previously director of financial services for Johns Hopkins Medical Services and audit senior at Arthur Young.

Penny Lynch is employed as a special education resource teacher for Carroll County Public Schools, where she manages cases, develops behavior management plans and co-teaches regular education classes.

She also belongs to the Character Education Committee and Student Assistance Team.

Lynch formerly directed residential services at Bello Machre.

She lives in Westminster.

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