Beth Benner – Executive Director
Beth has dedicated the last 25 years of her career to working with organizations that serve children and families. Before Women’s Housing Coalition, she led a team for Children’s National Medical Center that designed and built over $400 million of new construction and renovations for a teaching and research hospital, led the team that took Port Discovery (the Baltimore Children’s Museum) from concept to opening, and led a nationally recognized team at the Baltimore Zoo to create a comprehensive physical plan for the facility and complete the first component (a polar bear exhibit) of that plan. Prior to becoming a project manager, Beth was the Financial Vice President/Controller of The Shelter Group, and she began her career at Deloitte, Haskins & Sells.
A graduate of Bucknell University and a former CPA, Beth is an executive with a unique combination of team building, critical thinking, and problem solving skills that she utilizes in her current position.
Direct Care & Program Services
Roman Swilley, Program Director
Twyla Bass, Calverton Resident Counselor
Takiya Green-Holmes, Bennett Resident Counselor
Ernestine Brown, Jenkins Case Manager
Dachon Carroll, Family Case Manager
Callie Holliday, Jenkins Resident Counselor
Veronica Lathan, Bennett Case Manager
Shanteria Webb, Jenkins Resident Counselor SWebb@WomensHousing.org
Petula Caesar, Development Director
Cristino Arocho, Senior Accountant
Carolyn Gardner, Office Manager
Keishawna Griffin, Development Assistant
Kristen Conboy, Development Assistant
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The WHC welcomes all types of volunteers. Whether you have a special skill you’d like to teach our residents to aid in their self-sufficiency or are a corporation that is community-minded, we want you! Learn more about Volunteering at WHC.
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