Local Management Board

Meetings

  • 8:15 a.m.
  • Fourth Thursday of every other month (except June, July and August)
  • Meeting location to be determined; call 410-638-3045 for information.

Agendas & minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View most recent agendas and minutes

Members

  • Mary Beth Stapleton, Chair
    Harford County Public Schools
  • Frank Kellner, Vice Chair
    Harford Mutual Insurance Company
  • Robert Basler
    Arrow Child & Family Ministries
  • Marcy Austin
    Harford County Health Department
  • Megan Cornett
    Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties
  • Megan Deacon
    Department of Juvenile Services
  • Ross DiEdoardo
    CASA
  • Angela Gray
    Office on Mental Health
    Core Services Agency
  • Crystal DeJesus
    The Arc NCR
  • Cara Grishkot
    Harford County Department of
    Social Services
  • Annie Kovach
    Harford County Public Library
  • Sharon Nolte
    The Harford Center


  • Anne Marie Porretti
    Child & Family Services,
    Catholic Charities
  • Laurie Rajala
    Local Management Board Manager
  • Jennifer Redding
    UM Upper Chesapeake
  • Barbara Richardson
    Harford County Housing &
    Community Services
  • Megan Scott
    Harford Community College
  • Robin Tomechko
    Harford Family House

Ex-officio members

  • James Reilly
    Harford County Council
  • Capt. Tracy Penman
    Harford County Sheriff's Office
  • Laura Walker
    Harford County Circuit Court
  • Melissa Feliciano
    Juvenile Court
    Office of the Public Defender
  • Alison Healey
    Harford County State's Attorney

About the board

The Harford County Local Management Board is a program within the Harford County Government's Department of Community Services. Local Management Boards (LMBs) exist in each county in the state, working under the purview of the State of Maryland Children's Cabinet and the Governor's Office for Children (GOC), to improve the well-being of children and families.

The LMB brings together child serving agencies to organize and ensure services and supports are available to help families raise healthy, successful children from birth to young adulthood.

Mission

The mission of the Harford County Local Management Board is to assess community assets and needs, facilitate the development of services, and to monitor, evaluate, and continually improve outcomes for children, youth, and families.

Vision

The vision is for Harford County to be a community where all families share opportunities equally and all children are safe, healthy, valued, cared for, and respected.

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