People on the Move – Partners In Care

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Partners In Care is pleased to announce the election of three individuals to its Board of Directors.

Michael G. Livingston, President and CEO of The Bank of Glen Burnie, has joined the nonprofit organization’s board. Mr. Livingston is a long time resident of Anne Arundel County and a community leader who has served on numerous boards. He was a founding member of the Rotary Club of West Anne Arundel County and a former member of the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation. He served as Vice President and COO of The Bank of Glen Burnie until assuming the corporation’s top position in January, 2008.

Elizabeth A. Flury is the Director of Clinical Integration and Aging Strategy at Johns Hopkins HealthCare Services. Prior to joining Hopkins in March, 2008, Ms. Flury was the national director of strategy, markets and governance in KPMG’s Senior Living Services Practice and served as KPMG’s U.S. Lead for Change Management. She has over twenty two years experience working in the health and senior care industries and has earned national recognition for her leadership in defining consumer-centered long term care.

Peter J. Engstrom, USAF (Ret.), has been instrumental in the development of At Home-Chesapeake, the new community program providing extensive services and medical advocacy to support senior independence. Mr. Engstrom was formerly the chief knowledge officer for federal-sector business at SAIC. He is one of the founding members of the Learning Innovations Laboratory at Harvard University, and a member of the Association of Managers of Innovation.

Partners In Care, Inc., a 501c3 community nonprofit, was founded in Anne Arundel County in 1993. PIC helps older and disabled adults remain independent in their own homes and builds a sense of community around older adults. PIC has earned local, state, and federal recognition for its innovative programs which use a time-banking or service-exchange concept to engage people to help each other. Transportation and handyman repairs are the primary services provided by the organization. In the last year, an average of more than 100 rides per week have been provided by the organization’s volunteer members to help people without private or public transportation options, to their medical appointments to grocery stores, and to run errands.

Partners In Care, which has grown to include 2600 members, will begin celebrating its 15th year of service to the community with a kick-off picnic at the Atlantic Marina on Knollview Road in Pasadena on September 14th. To become a volunteer member of PIC or support its programs in the community, please call Anne Myers at 410-303-3003 or Joyce Cavey at 410-544-4800.

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