Mark brings more than 25 years of working with local, national and international nonprofits and extensive experience in Montgomery County to RTMC as the new Executive Director. Previously, Mark was the COO of Capital Area Food Bank. He has also served as the COO and acting CFO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and as Regional Director with the American Red Cross National Capital Region. In addition to his nonprofit experience, Mark brings renovation expertise, having run a home-renovations business the past few years. Mark earned a BS from Workington College.
Director of Development
Elisa joins RTMC with a diverse background in fundraising for nonprofits. Prior experience includes working for Integrace, Inc., a group of senior living communities, the Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation, and Hong Kong International School. Elisa is responsible for building and cultivating relationships in order to engage corporate and foundation leaders, volunteers, and community members in support of the worthy mission of RTMC. Elisa holds a BA from Hamline University and completed graduate coursework in Nonprofit Management at North Park University. She earned CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) credentials in October 2016.
Director of Program Services
Scot is a licensed contractor. Prior to joining RTMC, he managed his own home improvement business. He currently oversees program operations and manages the program team. Scot is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) and holds a degree from the University of Akron. Scot is currently working towards a BS in Business Administration from the University of Maryland University College.
Christina is responsible for day-to-day operations, special events, and bookkeeping. She received her BS in accounting from Montgomery College.
Development & Communications Manager
Gladys is responsible for helping execute RTMC’s foundation, corporate, and individual giving fundraising strategies, as well as for developing and implementing our social media outreach plan. Prior to joining RTMC, she held positions in Law Enforcement as well as Property Management. Gladys received her BA in English from Lander Univeristy in Greenwood, SC and holds a MPA from Strayer University.
Lindsay is responsible for supporting all aspects of our program operations, including homeowner relations, grant reporting, and project management. Prior to joining RTMC, Lindsay was a Property Manager in Olde Towne Gaithersburg. Lindsay has previous experience in home repair with the Appalachia Service Project. She holds a BS in Environmental and Ecological Science from Elon University in Elon, NC.
Carol currently serves as the executive assistant to RTMC’s executive director. She manages scheduling, communications with the board of directors and supports several RTMC events. Carol has invested more than 35 years into public service as a federal employee, a volunteer and a local philanthropist.