Ms. High has a clinical background of almost 20 years. She has provided individual, group, and family counseling services for communities in Atlanta GA, and Baltimore MD. Ms. High currently serves as Supervising Case Manager with the Department of Juvenile Services, Baltimore City.
Ms. Ramberg is a public health professional who has worked for over 15 years in nonprofit, government, and community based programs. She previously served as Montgomery County Infants/Toddlers Director, and currently serves as Chief of Community Services in the Division of Aging and CARE Services with the Baltimore City Health Department.
James comes to C.A.Y. after 25 years with the State of Maryland. James brings over 20 years of State Procurement experience, retiring as Deputy Procurement Director for the Department of Human Services in 2018. During his time at DHS, James oversaw several vital contracts, including Residential Child Care Services, Office of Home Energy Programs, and Legal Representation for Children in Need of Assistance.
Adrienne Barnes is an attorney for a major health care system within the United States that provides care to patients and seeks to improve the health of the community and the world through setting a standard of excellence in clinical care.
As an expert in health care law, Mrs. Barnes advises on a wide range of matters. She is passionate about the intersection of special education law and empowerment of families to speak up about the power of neurodiversity and inclusion.
Eva Queen is a consummate administrative professional. Her professional career includes Day Habilitation Director, Office Manager, Director of Business Management, and professional Sign Language Interpreter. Eva has supported individuals and families within the disabilities community for over 30 years.
Christine Johnson is a full-time licensed Clinical Social Worker for two major healthcare systems within Baltimore city. Christine’s work on multidisciplinary teams help to coordinate care for her clients.
Christine's support for her own children with ADHD, and seeing their successes, as well as her professional experiences helping other families is what fuels her passion for community advocacy.
Mary, a seasoned entrepreneur and community leader for over 30 years. She and her husband have worked tirelessly assisting displaced youth through a local foster care program since 1998.
Mary loves helping people, and has a true passion for training, advocating, and supporting her community.
Community Advocates 4 You, Inc. is fortunate to have her voice as a parent, and professional on our Board.
Toni Fitzgerald has been a professional sign language interpreter and deaf advocate for over 25 years. Toni has also worked as Service Coordinator with the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA). She currently provides freelance interpreting services in Maryland and the US Virgin Islands.
Toni's experience with the deaf community will be an essential asset in our efforts to support access to services for all.