Hospice of Queen Anne’s has elected Eileen Nonemaker as chair and Kathy Deoudes as vice chair to the organization’s board of directors. Matthew Albers, Teresa Baumann, Janice Feeley and C. Irving Pinder, Jr. have been named as directors to the board for three year terms.
“We enthusiastically welcome these talented professionals to our hospice board. Their knowledge and experience together with that of our current board members will help as we plan and develop creative strategies needed to provide the highest quality programs for our patients and families,” said Eileen Nonemaker, chair, Hospice of Queen Anne’s board of directors.
Nonemaker, a Queenstown resident, has served on the HQA board for the past four years facilitating the board through numerous strategic planning sessions. She served as vice chair for the past three years. Kathy Deoudes, also a Queenstown resident, has served on the board for the past four years. She heads the Development Committee, which is responsible for fundraising and coordinating the annual gala and sunset celebrations.
Matthew Albers is a partner with LCM Private Client Group, a comprehensive wealth management firm that manages over $200 million for individuals, small institutions and nonprofit organizations. Albers holds Series 7, 63 and 65 securities licenses, is insurance licensed in several states, and holds the Certified Senior Advisor and Registered Financial Consultant designations. He has been involved with a number of nonprofit organizations at the local and state levels including Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement and the American Legion Jeff Davis Post 18. Most recently, Albers served a full 6-year term on the St. Michael’s Community Center board as treasurer and chair. Albers, an avid sportsman, resides in Centreville. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Lynchburg College.
Teresa Baumann, a resident of Chester, has had a 25-year career in the banking industry in various positions including vice president of commercial banking at Suburban Bank, Bank of America and Bank Annapolis. Following her tenure in banking, Baumann held the positions of senior associate and project manager at Basile Baumann Prost Cole and Associates in Annapolis where she assisted the Department of Navy with all aspects of the implementation and administration of the military family housing privatization program. Baumann was also responsible for obtaining bond financing for each project receiving Standard and Poor’s ratings of AA or better. Most recently, she served a three-year term as treasurer on the board of directors of Chesapeake Cats and Dogs. She attended University of Maryland School of Banking and Georgetown Technical and Community College.
Janice Feeley is a highly accomplished executive with a successful 35-year career with the Xerox Corporation. Her experience ranges from sales, customer service and marketing to general management, leadership and communications at the regional and national levels. Under her direction, Xerox’s first line of digital office products was launched where she functioned as liaison between product development and field operations. Feeley held vice president and general manager positions in Xerox’s Financial Services and Healthcare, Atlantic Coastal and Public Sector operations, where at times she managed up to 450 employees. Most recently, Feeley had national responsibility for public sector federal major accounts that delivered more than $250 million annually. Feeley, who resides in Queenstown, earned a master’s degree from Trinity College in Washington, DC and completed Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program.
C. Irving Pinder, Jr., a resident of Centreville, is the executive director of the Maryland Board of Physicians where he is responsible for the licensure and discipline of 25,000 physicians and other medical providers. His responsibilities include developing, introducing and testifying on legislation before the Maryland General Assembly. Pinder has also held positions in the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene as special assistant to the secretary and the Maryland Office on Aging as the deputy director. Locally, Pinder served as the director of Queen Anne’s County Department of Aging from 1981-1989 and was elected and served from 1988-1991 as a member of the Queenstown Town Commission. He has previously served on the Queen Anne’s County boards of directors for the American Cancer Society, the Ethics Commission and Hospice of Queen Anne’s. Pinder holds a bachelor’s degree from Salisbury State College.
Hospice of Queen Anne’s is a fully licensed nonprofit organization providing one-of-a-kind comprehensive and compassionate care for individuals in the advanced stages of illness and support for the loved ones who care for them. For additional information, please visit www.hospiceofqueenannes.org.