Richcroft Inc. Board Members
Richcroft Inc., a Hunt Valley, MD based non-profit dedicated to creating opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families since 1983, has appointed four new Board members.
Shabina N. Bahl, M.A., who has significant experience in marketing and fundraising, will join the Board to advance her passion for supporting autistic adults and their families.
Lindsay C. Sfekas, Esq., an Employment and Labor attorney with Miles & Stockbridge will also join the Board to expand her interest in community involvement and engagement.
Lisa B Johnson is a CPA with Gross Mendelsohn and helps nonprofits and businesses with accounting, auditing, and tax services. Lisa holds the American Institute of CPAs’ Not-for-Profit Certification, which is awarded to CPAs who prove their proficiency in nonprofit financial reporting, auditing, governance, and tax compliance.
Linda Alikhan is a parent of an individual supported by Richcroft, and a strong supporter and believer of the organization’s mission.
“I am pleased to welcome Lindsey, Shabina, Lisa, and Linda as new Board members,” said Kevin Drumheller, CEO of Richcroft, Inc. They are passionate about our mission and experts in their fields; Lindsay, Shabina, Lisa, and Linda will be tremendous assets to Richcroft as we actively advance the critical work of creating opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.” Richcroft’s Board of Directors is composed of individuals from the business and non-profit communities with ties to the Maryland region.
If you are interested in supporting Richcroft, Inc.’s mission, by serving on the Board, please contact Kevin Drumheller at email@example.com