CFHoCo has long been recognized for the expertise of its staff. In speeches, panel discussions, task forces and other forms of communication, our in-house authorities regularly explore the community’s most critical issues through the lens of their deep knowledge, diverse experiences and innovative ideas.
President & CEO
Beverly manages the Foundation, its programs and projects including community relations, staffing, fundraising, grant-making, overseeing investment portfolios and donor relations. Beverly served as an attorney in the legal division of the Rouse Company for 20 years, followed by positions as of counsel with Hodes, Ulman, Pessin & Katz, as assistant general counsel for General Growth Properties and as the director of workforce diversity for the Johns Hopkins Health System.
Her community service includes co-chairing Howard County General Hospital’s capital campaign, which raised $30 million toward the hospital’s expansion and renovation, as well as chairing the Johns Hopkins Health System Community Needs Assessment Council. Beverly is a past trustee and past board chair for Howard County General Hospital, founder and co-chair of the hospital’s community relations council. She also served as a trustee on the board of Johns Hopkins Medicine. She currently is a trustee with the boards of Heifetz International Music Institute, the Inner Arbor Trust and the Columbia 50th birthday celebration.
Among her honors, Beverly was inducted into the Howard County Women’s Hall of Fame and received a citation from Sen. Barbara Mikulski for her efforts on behalf of the state of Maryland. She also received the Governor’s Award for her efforts on behalf of residents of Howard County and was recognized as a “Healthcare Hero” by the Daily Record.
Beverly earned her Juris Doctor from Columbia University School of Law in New York City and received her Bachelor of Arts from Ohio Wesleyan University. She and her husband Jerry have lived in Columbia since 1979.
Tracy is responsible for the Foundation’s scholarship and grant-making programs; developing relationships with grantees, partners and donors and anticipating and responding to community needs and outreach programs. Prior to joining the Foundation, Tracy worked for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, managing the digital distribution fund that provides funding assistance for the federally mandated transition from analog to digital broadcasting. She also has worked for the Council on Foundations, where she implemented the National Standards for Community Foundations program. A graduate of California State University-Long Beach, Tracy lives in Columbia.