Pat Hanberry has worked in the non-profit sector for 24 years, 23 of them as Executive Director/CEO of three separate mental health organizations. She was responsible for turning around one agency which was about to close its doors, more than doubling its revenue and staff in seven years. In her last position, she grew an $800,000 organization to $2.3 million and was responsible for leading a successful $3.6 million Capital Campaign during the 2008-2013 recession, resulting in the purchase and total renovation of an 11,000 square foot building. She is a respected non-profit leader in Frederick County, Maryland, having served on and led numerous non-profit collaboratives such as the Frederick Non-profit Alliance of the Chamber of Commerce, the United Way Council of Community Partners and the Mental Health Providers Council. She was responsible for developing the Boardwalk, an 18-hour training session for nonprofit board members, offered through the Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to the non-profit sector, Pat worked as a management consultant in two international consulting firms, Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte Consulting) and Booz, Allen Hamilton, managing organizational assessment engagements in several government agencies and their non-profit grantees.
Pat is a graduate of Albion College, Albion Michigan, and the University of Chicago, where she received her M.A. in Social Service Administration. She also holds a certificate from the Nonprofit Leadership Development Institute of the Support Center of Washington. Pat is passionate about the non-profit sector and dedicated to improving both its efficiency as well as its effectiveness. Well-versed in all aspects of nonprofit management, she specializes in board development and governance, organizational assessments, program evaluation, mission and vision development and strategic planning.