- David Greenberg President & Chief Executive Officer
- Stephen Freeman Vice President, Employment & Wellness
- Jill Rosato Huey Vice President, Development & Marketing
- Diane Geoghegan Administrator, Finance & Human Resources
- Christine Branch, Vice President, Autism Services & Programs and Day Habilitation
- Bill Morgan Vice President, Camping & Therapeutic Recreation
President & Chief Executive Officer
David Greenberg comes to The League with almost 30 years of experience in nursing and administration from highly regarded hospitals in the Baltimore Washington metropolitan region. Most recently, Mr. Greenberg served as Vice President of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. Greenberg also worked as an administrator for The Hospital for Sick Children in Washington , where he expanded and renovated a 130-bed pediatric rehabilitation and transitional care hospital.
Mr. Greenberg is also an active member of respected healthcare organizations including the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE) and the Maryland Association of Healthcare Executives. Greenberg has also served on the Board of Trustees of several agencies including the Group Health Association and the Consumer Health Foundation. He has distinguished himself both academically and professionally, winning the award for Excellence in Graduate Education from George Washington University and The ACHE Regent's Award for Excellence in the DC region.
Educated locally, Mr. Greenberg holds a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from American University and a Masters in Business Administration from Loyola College. He is also a licensed, registered nurse in the state of Maryland and District of Columbia. He resides in Baltimore County with his wife and two children.
Executive Assistant: Cynthia Ortiz, EXT. 302
Vice President, Employment & Wellness
Stephen Freeman comes to The League with thirty-five years of experience working with persons with disabilities, thirty-one years in management positions with oversight responsibilities for all operations, while assuring quality level of service to persons served. Prior to coming to The League he served two years as Vice President of Vocational Services for a community provider serving persons with mental illness and twenty-seven years as Director of the vocational program within a large community hospital respectively. Academically Stephen holds a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling, is a certified rehabilitation counselor by the Commission of Rehabilitation Counselor Certification and the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission, and has served on numerous rehabilitation boards and committees. Presently he is also a program surveyor for CARF, a national peer review organization of rehabilitation services.
Christine Branch, LCPC
Vice President, Autism Services & Programs and Day Habilitation
Christine Branch graduated in 2006 from the University of Mary Washington with a BS in Psychology and Business Administration. During her undergraduate years, she volunteered at the Thurman Brisben Center , a homeless shelter, where she provided behavioral support to children. Mrs. Branch also volunteered at The Kenmore Club, a community mental health center, where she assisted adult members in completing their daily maintenance or clerical duties.
Mrs. Branch recently graduated in 2008 from Towson University with an MA in Clinical Psychology. She completed an internship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences department researching Autism, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Tourette's Syndrome in children. While earning her graduate degree, Christine worked part-time for The League as a Support Counselor and Therapeutic Integration Counselor in the Autism Services department. In June of 2008, Christine was hired as the Manager, Individual Support & Respite Services. In this position, she managed in-home services to our participants, and furthered her education by returning to school at Loyola University. In the fall of 2011, she earned credentialing as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. In January of 2012, Mrs. Branch was promoted to Vice President, Autism Services & Programs, and in May of 2013 was again promoted to the Vice President, ASAP and Day Habilitation.
Vice President, Camping & Therapeutic Recreation
Bill Morgan graduated from Binghamton University with a BA in Psychology in May 1999. While attending high school and college he worked six summers for Easter Seals Camp Merry Heart in Northern NJ as a Counselor, Activity Leader and Program Director. After graduating from Binghamton, Bill worked for Enable in Syracuse, NY assisting people with disabilities find and retain competitive employment. He left Syracuse for Chestertown, Maryland in May 2001, to work as the Assistant Director of Easter Seals Camp Fairlee Manor where he later became the director. In November 2004, Bill left Easter Seals to become a Program Coordinator at Kent Center, Inc. He is pleased to join The League as its Camping & Therapeutic Recreation program as it continues to grow.