Trustees announce addition of new members, Carol Currotto and Bill Breakey

BY JACKIE MINTZ

At its 39th Annual Meeting in October, the Board of Trustees introduced its slate of officers and new trustees, each of them with significant experience in different aspects of healthcare and healthcare organizations.

Bill Breakey is a Broadmead resident and retired professor of psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine who specialized in community psychiatry. A native of Northern Ireland, Bill received his medical training there and came to Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1976. Bill has served on the boards of Healthcare for the Homeless in Baltimore and of the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty. Since coming to Broadmead, Bill has enjoyed being part of the Photography Club and the Ceramic Art Group. He is chairperson of the Residents Association's Healthcare Committee. Bill serves as one of the two resident trustees on the Board.

Carol Currotto is a commercial interior designer, focused on healthcare, multi-family housing, and senior living. A LEED professional, she is committed to the standards for sustainable architectural design. Currently a trustee of Friends Care, Inc., she served on the Broadmead Board from 2005 to 2014 and also the Neighborhood Design Center. As a member of Stony Run Meeting, she is currently on the Property Committee and Clerk of Ministry & Counsel. Carol brings her Quaker values to support the growth and development of Broadmead. She enjoys beekeeping, gardening, hot yoga, and global hiking adventures.

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