Ciera joins the Harbor of Grace team from a career as a Correctional Officer in Lancaster County Prison. Within the first 6 months of her career in the prison, Ciera was appointed a spot on the Crisis Intervention Team and Hostage Negotiation Team. She was the only female HNT member during the duration of her […]
Scott joins the Harbor of Grace Team with 25 years of experience in Mental Health treatment. He began his career at Father Martin’s Ashley, where he served as an admissions counselor, Assistant Director of Admissions, then assisted in the development and implementation of a clinical program for chronic pain. During his 25 years in the
We are proud to have Marianna on our team. As an active Paramedic, who still works part-time for the Harford County Fire & EMS Foundation since 2010, Marianna still serves as the CISM Coordinator with Harford County where she has supervised Peer Support and CISM activities for several major Mass Casualty Incidents.
Rob Way BCFD Lieutenant Retired 1991-2016. Rob has also served as a volunteer firefighter/fire office in the Susquehanna Hose Company and as a Paramedic in the Havre De Grace Ambulance Corp since 1987. He has received numerous life saving awards both as a career Fire Office and as a volunteer.
Butch joined the Harbor of Grace team after serving a distinguished thirty-two year career with the Baltimore County Police Department. Butch’s exemplary career included security, risk training, threat assessments, investigations and hands-on supervisory roles. He served his country in the United States Marine Corps from 1986 to 1990. He was recalled for Operation Desert Shield
Sue has decades of experience as an artist and teacher across a wide range of mediums. She is an expert basketmaker, beader, jewelry designer, and metalsmith. She was the featured artist for the book “The Fine Art of the Tin Can”. Sue is a commissioned artist for The American Visionary Art Museum, featured Book Artist
Fitness has been an integral part of Shannon’s life for over 30 years. She believes that exercise not only has physical effects on the body but, more importantly, is a total mental and emotional boost as well. Overall wellness starts at the gym with conditioning, strengthening and endurance and stretching. It produces a sense of
Rob retired from Baltimore Police Dept. after twenty-six years and a day. He performed a variety of supervisory tasks that include acting liaison between the BPD and various federal law enforcement partners including the DEA, ATF, FBI and U.S. Marshal Service. Rob specialized in crisis management at a mid-level management position and supervised hundreds of