Tamara Hildebrand, President
Crystal Johnson, Vice President
Amanda Hanson, Treasurer
Julie Robbins, Secretary
Our Board of Directors have meetings quarterly which are open to the public. Click here to download an Application for Board Membership. For information regarding upcoming Board meetings or to inquire about becoming a Board Member, please call (301) 290-0040.
Join Our Board!
The Promise Resource Center is seeking new members with backgrounds in finance or banking, economic development, child care, children’s mental health, or community advocacy to join their volunteer board of directors. Interested persons should have experience or interest in:
- Family and Relationship Building
- Quality Child Care
- Early Childhood Education
- Children’s Mental Health and Behavior or Nonprofit Business Management
To inquire about becoming a Board Member, please call (301) 290-0040.
COMPLAINT POLICY PERTAINING TO THE PROMISE RESOURCE CENTER SERVICE
Every member agency of the Maryland Child Care Resource Network strives to provide high quality service to the child care programs and families in their jurisdiction and throughout Maryland. It is our mission to ensure that every interaction with staff at the Child Care Resource Centers is positive and professional.
If you have concerns about an incident or some aspect of service at a Child Care Resource Center, please contact the director/manager directly. Contact information for these individuals can be found here.
If you are not satisfied with the way your concern is handled by the director/manager at the Child Care Resource Center, please contact Maryland Family Network at 410-659-7701 or email us. As the Statewide Coordinating Entity of the Maryland Child Care Resource Network, MFN will investigate the complaint or concern regarding services and take appropriate action.
The Maryland Child Care Resource Network, a program of Maryland Family Network, is a public/private partnership designed to expand and improve child care delivery in Maryland. Maryland Family Network manages the Network and operates as its Statewide Coordinating Entity and receives funding from the Maryland State Department of Education.