Posted on September 17, 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, and the The Penn-Mar Foundation is pleased to announce Anthony Gallo, as the Foundation board’s new chair, and Elizabeth “Beth” Pitts-Madonna as the Foundation board’s new vice chair.

The Penn-Mar Foundation supports the transformational mission of Penn-Mar Human Services by securing the financial resources needed to drive innovative service development, now and in perpetuity.

Anthony Gallo, vice president and general manager of Investments at T. Rowe Price Group, Inc., has been a longtime Penn-Mar supporter. In addition to his new role as the Penn-Mar Foundation’s new board chair, succeeding Tim Chase, partner and CEO of WMS Partners, Gallo previously served on the Penn-Mar Human Services Board of Directors, as member and immediate past board chair.

The Penn-Mar Foundation’s new Vice Chair, Beth Pitts-Madonna, is vice president of Human Resources for Northrop Grumman’s Innovation Systems. She joined the Foundation’s Board of Directors as a member in January of this year.

“We are very excited to have Anthony Gallo and Beth Pitts-Madonna move into their new leadership roles on The Penn-Mar Foundation’s Board of Directors,” said Kathy Rogers, the Foundation’s executive director, and chief advancement officer of Penn-Mar Human Services, headquartered in Freeland, Md. “They not only bring their professional career expertise to bear on their roles on the board, but also a deep knowledge of and passion for Penn-Mar’s mission of ‘transforming life into living’ for the men and women with I/DD we support.”

About The Penn-Mar Foundation

The Penn-Mar Foundation supports the transformational mission and vision of Penn-Mar Human Services by securing the financial resources needed to ensure the continuation of high levels of support in ways that accelerate social and economic mobility for all individuals with disabilities and those who support them.

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.