QA@H Board of Directors
Cindy Bach - President, Service Team Chair
Cindy has lived in Queen Anne’s County for 20 years with her husband Ken, where they have raised their family enjoying the beauty and community of the Eastern Shore. Cindy is committed to expanding quality at-home services for older adults living on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Cindy is a licensed Occupational Therapist that has been serving Seniors for over 35 years as a clinician and administrator. Cindy is committed to serving seniors and their caregivers, helping them safely age in place through her practice and participation in community activities. She is looking forward to this opportunity to further help her neighbors remain active and safe in Queen Anne’s County.
Jinny Guy - Secretary, Ambassador Team Leader
Jinny (aka Virginia) Guy is a retired singer, director and administrator in Sweet Adelines Int'l. That being the avocation, her "real" job was managing her husband's dental practice. Jinny believes in the mission of Queen Anne's at Home and is delighted to be part of this much needed resource for seniors.
Charlie Brooks - Treasurer
Charlie has lived in Queen Anne's County with his wife Peggy for 22 years. An Engineering Director for Bell Atlantic before retirement, Charlie has since served on several local Boards. Excited about QA@H's mission, Charlie says, "I now look forward to being able to contribute to the community through this organization."
Kevin currently serves as the President & CEO of the Queenstown Bank of Maryland and has over 38 years banking experience in the Maryland/Washington DC/Virginia markets. Kevin and his wife, Margaret, moved to the Eastern Shore in 2017 to assume the job with Queenstown Bank. Both Kevin and Margaret are natives of Baltimore but love the Eastern Shore lifestyle. Kevin has served on numerous not-for-profit boards and is excited to join the QA@H Board to help address a growing need in our communities.
Russ has lived in the region for nearly 40 years, retiring in 1999 from a lengthy career in the world of defense contracting. Russ was an interested observer of the Village movement for many years, becoming impressed by the amount of good that can come from a group of dedicated volunteers with the determination to help others in their community. He is delighted to be able to serve QA@H both as a Board officer and member. In addition, travel and boating are 2 of his passions, and he also volunteers with Rock Steady Boxing, a Parkinson Disease therapy program.
Karen has been a resident of Centreville for the past 22 years, raising two children with her husband, Roger. She is a registered nurse and the Vice President of Population Health, Community Health at The Coordinating Center, a non-profit organization serving people with special health care needs across the state of Maryland. Karen is excited to join the Queen Anne's at Home family and looks forward to working with and learning from the QA@Home Board of Directors, sharing her experiences working in non-profit hospital and community-based organizations.
Mary Jo Volpicelli - Buddy Tree Team Leader Mary Jo's bio is coming soon.
Charlotte Zang - Communication and Outreach Chair
A lifelong resident of the Eastern Shore, Charlotte is a writer and entrepreneur. After serving as Public Relations Director and copywriter for 20 years at ad agencies, she is a business owner who writes articles, social media, newsletters, press releases, and more for a variety of clients. She is passionate about helping people and organizations grow and succeed. “It’s my pleasure to help increase awareness of Queen Anne’s at Home.” Charlotte is also a real estate investor who is captivated by historic homes.
Other Committee Chairs and Group Leaders
Linda Teuber-Kampes - Events Committee Chair
Linda and her husband Ed moved to Kent Island 5 years ago to live in a place where they felt like they were always on vacation. Linda retired a year later and has since been enjoying retirement. She joined Queen Anne’s At Home to meet people in the area and get involved in activities – which led to becoming the Events Committee Chair. She is always looking for help and ideas – whether for one event or multiples. She also oversees QA@H's Interest Groups, so if you have an idea for one – this is the person to talk to!
Margan Glover - IT Team Leader, QA@H Founding President
Margan has lived on the Eastern Shore for almost 30 years. After her beloved mother and mother-in-law made the move to assisted living some years ago, she realized that a new model of helping seniors thrive was essential. After discovering the Village Movement, she never looked back and was instrumental in starting QA@H. "It would be lovely to say that what spurred the creation of Q@H was pure altruism, but I learned that we all need help sometimes - and we all need the chance to offer help - and our own Village is the best way I can think of to make that happen here."
Kay Alston - Mah Jongg, Pickleball, TechTips Interest Groups Leader
Kay started playing Mah Jongg just over a year ago. To get up to speed - to be able to play with her friends who had been playing together for nearly 3 years - she played online at Myjongg.net everyday for several weeks. Since then, she plays only occasionally online and once a week with her new group of friends. She has recently taught 2 different groups how to play! She also says the pickleball is the perfect game for all ages and abilities. She loves teaching people how to play and has a few paddles to share so please get in touch!
Jennifer Illari - Walking and Outdoor Group Leader
Jennifer has lived in Queen Anne's County for 22 years. She loves to travel, the outdoors and to serve the community. She leads the Walking and Outdoor interest group, using the many trails throughout QAC to explore the County and enjoy our local nature. She also serves on the Service Request Monitoring team, helping to ensure that the service requests are filled if possible. Jennifer enjoys participating in many of the activities offered by Queen Anne's at Home, believes in the mission of the organization, and is happy to offer some of her time to serve.