Ryan Kupfer Joins Providence Center’s Board of Directors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Aimee Bullen
April 8, 2019 443-825-4128
Glen Burnie – Providence Center, a non-profit organization that supports adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced today that Ryan Kupfer has joined the organization’s Board of Directors.
Ryan is a resident of Annapolis, an artist and a Cashier for Chick-fil-A restaurant, where he has worked for the past two years. Prior to Chick-fil-A, Ryan worked at Giant Food, Wild About Birds and McGarvey’s Saloon. He graduated from Highwood Academy in Laurel. Ryan’s watercolors are sold in retail stores in Annapolis, Delaware and Providence Center’s Gifts that Give store.
Karen Adams-Gilchrist, Providence Center’s President and CEO, said, “We are so happy to welcome Ryan Kupfer to our Board of Directors. He brings an important perspective to our board and will be a great asset as we work to continue to provide the best possible supports for people and their families here in Anne Arundel County.”
Providence Center Board of Directors are Cathleen Larner-Beckett, Ed.D., Chair; F.P. “Rick” Hunsicker, Vice Chair; Julie Natoli, Treasurer; Sean Doordan, Secretary; Colleen Baldwin; Conor Gilligan; Michael Gomez; Delegate Nic Kipke; Ryan Kupfer; Rob Manigold; Mary Ellen Tuma; Winship Wheatley; and Lynn Zephir.
Providence Center, a non-profit organization based in Anne Arundel County, assists people to learn, grow and build the lives they want within their communities. Providence Center supports nearly 420 men and women and their families providing opportunities for competitive employment, community engagement and meaningful experiences within the community.
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