The Maryland Association for Parkinson Support (MAPS) is proud to announce the addition of two new board members for 2023.
Juliana Cochnar is a nonprofit professional with a Masters of Nonprofit Administration; She is a mission driven collaborative and dynamic networker with an entrepreneurial spirit. She has a history of exceeding fundraising goals and building donor relationships. She is currently the Director of Development for the Brem Foundation to Defeat Breast Cancer. She has a family member with Parkinson’s Disease.
Harold Hardinger is a retired shock trauma registered nurse with more than 35 years’ experience in hospital multiple trauma, ICU, critical care and trauma resuscitation units. He was a Parkinson’s care partner for many years and was/is a member of one of the MAPS support groups.
Maryland Association for Parkinson’s Support, Inc. (MAPS) is a growing grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs and services that encourage healthy lifestyles for all those affected by Parkinson’s disease. MAPS promotes the well-being of people with Parkinson’s disease, their families, and friends through support groups, informational resources, exercise programs, and related services at no cost. Our website will develop into a “one-stop-shop” as a non-biased central source of information to help the PD community find local resources and support. To view the other outstanding MAPS board members, click here.
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