Glenn E. Dorris, Sr. (Dorris Consulting), Chairman - Board of Directors
Glenn began his career with Procter & Gamble in 1973 at the manufacturing site in Dallas, Texas, his home town. He has worked in several facets of P&G including manufacturing operations, sales organization development, total quality and human resources. Glenn came to P&G Cosmetics in Hunt Valley, Maryland in 1991 following the acquisitions of the Noxell and Max Factor companies, where he managed the HR integration of those sales divisions into the P&G company. He served as Associate Director of HR for Global Cosmetics from 1999 – 2003, and currently is working to integrate the German haircare and fragrance company – Wella AG – into P&G Beauty. Glenn has extensive experience in Human Resources and Organization Development, beginning with receiving a B.A. in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in Dallas in 1978. He also attended the University of Tennessee Institute for Statistical Quality Control, in Knoxville.Beyond his regular responsibilities at P&G, Glenn serves on the Business Advisory Board for Villa Julie College and has been actively involved with United Way of Central Maryland for several years. He chaired the P&G campaigns in 2002 and 2003, and helped train new members of the UW Executive On-Loan program. Glenn and his wife Susan have resided in Bel Air since 1993 and have two children and two grandchildren living in Harford County. Most free time beyond family activities is filled with sailing and golf as their primary interests.
Kimberly Amprey Flowers (Deputy Director, Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning)
Vice Chair - Board of Directors
Kimberley is a native of Baltimore, and was raised in Randallstown, MD. She is a graduate of James Madison University, where she earned a BS degree in Speech Communication, with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Education. After beginning her career in the Baltimore and New York City public school systems, Kimberley earned a Master of Urban Planning degree from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service. Kimberley has worked professionally with Hammer, Siler, George Associates, an economic development consulting firm, as well as the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of CitiStat, an initiative developed to establish efficiency and accountability in management of City government and Washington, D.C. Recreation and Parks, where she directed all activities of the agency, including maintenance of properties and operation of recreational facilities. Currently, Kimberley serves as Deputy Director for the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning, where she is responsible for the development and oversight of public affairs activities and strategy of the agency. She is also one of the founding members of the Greater Baltimore Leadership Association (GBLA), an auxiliary of the Greater Baltimore Urban League.
Karen L. Proudford, Ph.D. (Associate Professor of Management, Morgan State University)
Vice Chair - Board of Directors
Dr. Proudford is Associate Professor of Management at the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University, where she teaches courses in organizational behavior and heads the undergraduate honors program. She is also affiliated with the Center for Gender in Organizations, at the Simmons School of Management, Boston, Massachusetts. She received her B.S. degree in Accounting summa cum laude from Florida A&M University and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to beginning her career in academia, she held positions at Honeywell, Inc. and IBM. Dr. Proudford’s areas of expertise include group and intergroup dynamics, diversity and conflict. She has published articles, presented papers, delivered lectures, and consulted on these topics -- and on the related issues of leadership, organizational growth and change, and motivation. Dr. Proudford is the President of the William E. Proudford Sickle Cell Fund, Inc. and a member of the (Maryland) Statewide Steering Committee on Services for Adults with Sickle Cell Disease.
Pat O'Toole (Assistant Director, Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at McDaniel College)
Secretary - Board of Directors
Pat O’Toole is currently the Assistant Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at McDaniel College, where he specifically oversees young alumni events and solicitations. A 2007 graduate of McDaniel, Pat obtained extensive community service experience through his involvement with Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity -- including the facilitation of on-campus blood drives. He is enthusiastic about the opportunity to help engage the oft-evasive demographic of young college graduates in the blood donation process. Pat currently serves as the Grand Chapter Advisor for the McDaniel chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi and is busy planning his wedding to his college sweetheart Maria for May 30, 2009. He also enjoys reading, crosswords, films, football, and golf in his free time.
Members of the Board
Kelleye K. Cohen
Marketing Coordinator, Nursing and Health Services Training Consultants, Inc.
Principal, Palmieri Ventures
Vice President, LaFarge North America, Inc.
Vice President of Human Resources, Freddie Mac