Beth Benner – Executive Director
Beth has dedicated the last 25 years of her career to working with organizations that serve children and families. Before Women’s Housing Coalition, she led a team for Children’s National Medical Center that designed and built over $400 million of new construction and renovations for a teaching and research hospital, led the team that took Port Discovery (the Baltimore Children’s Museum) from concept to opening, and led a nationally recognized team at the Baltimore Zoo to create a comprehensive physical plan for the facility and complete the first component (a polar bear exhibit) of that plan. Prior to becoming a project manager, Beth was the Financial Vice President/Controller of The Shelter Group, and she began her career at Deloitte, Haskins & Sells.
A graduate of Bucknell University and a former CPA, Beth is an executive with a unique combination of team building, critical thinking, and problem solving skills that she utilizes in her current position.
Direct Care & Program Services
Roman Swilley, Program Director
Twyla Bass, Calverton Resident Counselor
Karene Bland, Bennett Resident Counselor
Ernestine Brown, Jenkins Case Manager
Dachon Carroll, Family Case Manager
Nicole Jones, Jenkins Resident Counselor
Veronica Lathan, Bennett Case Manager
Donyetta Lewis, Jenkins Resident Counselor
Sarah Long, Development Director
Cristino Arocho, Senior Accountant
Carolyn Gardner, Office Manager
Keishawna Griffin, Development Assistant
Kristen Conboy, Development Assistant
Become a Volunteer!
The WHC welcomes all types of volunteers. Whether you have a special skill you’d like to teach our residents to aid in their self-sufficiency or are a corporation that is community-minded, we want you! Learn more about Volunteering at WHC.
Sponsor an Event
Sponsoring a WHC event is a wonderful opportunity to show your support for the mission of the WHC, while at the same time, letting the community know as well. Learn more about becoming a WHC Sponsor.
By making a tax-deductible donation to WHC, you are supporting residents to maximize their self-sufficiency goals.