FREELAND, Md. – Jan. 10, 2018 – Penn-Mar Human Services, a recognized leader in providing innovative, quality supports and services to hundreds of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in Maryland and Pennsylvania, names Elizabeth “Beth” Pitts-Madonna as the newest member on the board of The Penn-Mar Foundation.
Beth Pitts-Madonna is vice president of Human Resources for Northrop Grumman’s Corporate Office and Enterprise Services. She oversees the Enterprise-wide Employee Relations Center of Excellence, as well as the human resources teams that support the Corporate Office and Enterprise Services. She is also a member of the corporation’s Human Resources Policy Council.
“We are delighted to have Beth Pitts-Madonna join The Penn-Mar Foundation board of directors,” says Kathy Rogers, the foundation’s executive director, and Chief Development Officer of Penn-Mar Human Services, headquartered in Freeland, Md. “She not only brings two-decades of business leadership and expertise in the field of human resources, but also a deep passion for Penn-Mar’s mission through her personal connection to our organization.”
Pitts-Madonna’s brother Michael has been receiving supports and services through Penn-Mar’s residential program for the past nine years.
Beth Pitts-Madonna earned a bachelor’s in psychology and sociology from Boston University, and a master’s in social work from Boston College. She has completed a number of leadership-development programs and was named among the “Leading Women in Maryland” by the Maryland business publication The Daily Record.
Beth Pitts-Madonna resides in Ashburn, Va., with her husband Carlo Madonna Jr., and their two children.
About The Penn-Mar Foundation
The Penn-Mar Foundation supports the work of Penn-Mar Human Services and secures funding for programs and services that create opportunities for employment, community living and education for individuals with disabilities and all who share its vision of transforming life into living.
About Penn-Mar Human Services
Penn-Mar Human Services, founded in 1981, serves more than 400 adults with intellectual disabilities through its residential, respite, educational, vocational and supported employment programs in northern Baltimore, Carroll and Harford Counties in Maryland, and in southern York County in Pennsylvania. www.penn-mar.org