The United Way of Central Maryland announced the addition of 11 new members to its board of directors and 10 new members to its local community partnership boards.

New members of United Way's governing board of directors were approved on June 26, effective in the fiscal year that began on July 1. They include:


•Andrew M. Bertamini, regional president, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

S. Dallas Dance, superintendent, Baltimore County Public Schools

William A. Glover, chief information officer and director of information technology, Archdiocese of Baltimore

Kimberly Joy Howard, Chesapeake South operations manager, UPS

Laura Pierson-Scheinberg, shareholder, Jackson Lewis P.C.

Karen A. Schonfeld, director of Planning and Analysis, M&T Bank

New community partnership board chairs, who will also serve as new members on United Way's board of directors, include:

Tonya L. Hill, senior vice president, Regional Corporate Banker, BB&T, Anne Arundel County

Susan K. Gauvey, retired magistrate judge, U.S. District Court, Baltimore City

Kenneth Westary, vice president for Institutional Advancement, Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore County

Ralph L. Arnold, chief risk officer, Life & Protection Group, Transamerica, Carroll County

Duane L. St. Clair, president, St. Clair Consulting, Howard County

The organization's board of directors, which is chaired by Patricia M. C. Brown, Johns Hopkins Healthcare, is responsible for United Way's strategic direction and results, while community partnership boards help the organization identify and address the needs at a local level. They also help raise and invest funds in support of United Way's family stability work in each jurisdiction.

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