Press Release

The Coordinating Center Appoints New Board Members


The Coordinating Center is pleased to announce the appointments of Peggy Bailey, Sally S. Hebner, CPA, Carole Taylor, Hillery Tsumba, and Evan Cronhardt, to its Board of Directors.

Peggy Bailey of Annapolis is the Director of Health Systems Integration at Corporation for Supportive Housing. Ms. Bailey has over 15 years of experience working on federal, state and local policy and service delivery on a wide variety of issue areas, including expertise in Medicaid eligibility and benefits for families and people with disabilities, public health innovation, behavioral health, primary care, youth homelessness, and child welfare. Ms. Bailey earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Public Affairs degree from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Sally S. Hebner, CPA, of Columbia is the Senior Vice President of Finance for Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. and oversees a number of product lines, including the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit) and New Markets Tax Credit lines of business. Ms. Hebner has more than 25 years of experience in real estate accounting and finance and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Loyola College, cum laude, and is a certified public accountant.

Carole Taylor of Baltimore is the Vice President of Technology & Operations for The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Ms. Taylor has served on several national projects within the Jewish Federation system including the Jewish Federations of North Americas Financial and Technical Professional Institute Executive Committee. Ms. Taylor graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science in Education from Towson University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore.

Hillery Tsumba is the Manager of Communications and Development at the Primary Care Coalition (PCC) of Montgomery County where she is responsible for communicating the vision, mission, and impact of PCC to a variety of stakeholders including elected officials, staff and leaders at safety-net clinical sites, and the patients PCC serves. Ms. Tsumba has a background in strategic communications and experience working on health communications at the local, state, and national levels. Ms. Tsumba earned a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with an emphasis on popular culture from Hampshire College.

Evan Cronhardt of Severn earned a Bachelors of Science in pre-law/paralegal studies from UMUC and is an aspiring attorney. Currently, Mr. Cronhardt is preparing for the LSAT and is hoping to begin law school in August. In his spare time, Mr. Cronhardt enjoys lifting weights and biking to sustain his body from a spinal cord injury.

The Coordinating Center’s board members serve a three-year term.