The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation appointed Patricia Jablon, Marshall Klein and Monica Worrell to its board of directors for a two-year term.
Jablon is an active volunteer for Forest Hill Elementary School and serves as a classroom coordinator. She also assists with various charity projects supported by Spartan Surfaces. Jablon holds a master’s degree in marketing from The Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania. She resides in Forest Hill with her husband and four children.
Klein is the vice president/chief operating officer of Klein’s ShopRite Markets of Maryland, a nine-store, locally owned and operated food chain based in Forest Hill. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and Franklin & Marshall College. Klein and his wife live in Baltimore.
Worrell serves as director of business development for APG Federal Credit Union. She has 30 years of experience in the public and private sector, including marketing director and patient relations manager for Advanced Eye Care and public information officer and chief spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff’s Office. She is actively involved in the Harford County community and serves in leadership roles on various boards. Worrell also served as a councilwoman for the Havre de Grace City Council. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Strayer University and is also a graduate of the Harford Leadership Academy. She resides in Havre de Grace with her husband.
“We are so fortunate to have community leaders Patricia Jablon, Marshall Klein and Monica Worrell join our foundation board,” said Lyle E. Sheldon, FACHE, president/CEO of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health. “We thank them for helping us as we strive to provide our community with the best health care, the latest technology and state-of-the-art facilities, and most skilled physicians and health care providers.”
The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation supports the mission of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health by developing relationships with individuals and organizations that wish to take part in the expansion and improvement of health care services provided in Harford County. Through the work of The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation, the community supports its hospital through philanthropic gifts, planned giving, participation in fundraising events and volunteerism.
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health includes the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Medical Center and the Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center on its Bel Air campus, Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace, the Senator Bob Hooper House assisted living facility in Forest Hill and, most recently, it opened The Klein Family Harford Crisis Center in Bel Air offering services for behavioral health.