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Julie Moses loves
giving back to the community; she is the President of the Langley Park Boys
Girls Club. I enjoy what I do, and giving back means a lot to me especially
voluntarily helping our children of the future to succeed.” She created a
health preventive program that goes out in the community, educating and
screening the population on promoting their health. This includes an annual
Health and Fitness Fair. The Prince Georges County Boys and Girls Club picked
her as volunteer/woman of the year. She has been the subject of magazine and
newspaper articles for her humanitarian service. Julie has Bachelor Degree in
Health Administration from the University of Maryland University College and a Master’s
Degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. She is a wife, a mother, and
a registered nurse
The many years Julie has served the community on a voluntary base is rewarding under her service, many youths have benefited as a member of the Langley Park Boys & Girls Club by going on to college through sport scholarship and playing professional basketball. Other members also moved onto professional careers. Langley Park Boys & Girls Club is a safe and healthy environment for children to learn and grow. Julie is recognized for her excellent community services and accepted the Wells Fargo Bank Community organization award for excellent service and she was nominated by Acadia for her community contribution. She is an excellent and effective leader.
Rhonda Tabron was born and raised in the Washington, DC area where she is a graduate of the DC Public Schools system. Ms Tabron, has been a member of the LPBGC for over 15 years and has worked in the community raising the awareness of education and has served as a mentor and tutor in her community. After many years volunteering at the club Ms. Tabron joined the Board of Directors and has served on the board for almost 10 years. Other than her service as Vice President of the boys and girls club she works fulltime and serves as Vice President/Comptroller for a Government and Public Relations Consulting firm in Washington DC bringing over 15 years of business administration and political experience to her place of business.
Brother Moses received the Governor’s award, the Gazette award, and the Mental Health award for his work with youth. He has trained hundreds of young artists. Brother Moses has over 45 years of experience working with youth and coaching. He is a NFHS Certified Interscholastic Athletic Coach, NCAA certified coach, AAU / YBOA Coach, and Pro Am Coach. When Brother Moses is not performing, he volunteers as the center director for the Langley Park Boys and Girls Club. He also teaches theater arts, “self esteem” for youth, and parenting classes on dealing with difficult children. He currently attends the University of Maryland University College where he is pursuing a degree in English.
Board of Directors
Diane Sauter MD born in Gloversville NY, was valedictorian of her high school class, received many honors and scholarships, did undergraduate work in dance at Bard College, studied dance in NYC at the Murray Lewis and Alwin Nikolai Dance Lab. Did premedical preparation at SUNY Albany, graduated Summa Cum Laude during which time she seved as an art teacher and performer with the Saratoga Arts Workshop in Saratoga Springs, NY. Went to medical school at SUNY Stony Brook. Did post graduate training in emergency medicine at the New York Medical College program in Emergency Medicine at Metropolitan Hospital and fellowshhip training in medical toxicology at New York University and the New York City Poison control Center where I served as Associate Medical Director and as an Attending Physician in Emergency Medicine at Bellevue Hospital Center in NYC. I served the American Board of Emergency Medicine as a question writer for the board certification examination in emergency medicine and served the American Board of Medical Toxicology as an examiner for the boards. Served as program director for the residency program in emergency medicine at New York Medical College, Metropolitan Hospital Center, moved to the DC area where I was chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Greater Southeast Medical Center, now an Assistant prof of clinical emergency medicine at Georgetown Hospital Center and an emergency physician at the Washington Hospital Center and faculty for the MedStar Georgetown and MedStar Washington Hospital program in Emergency Medicine, supervise medical students at all levels and residents in training and a frequent contributor to resident conferences. She is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine. She recently received a masters degree in Cinical Research Organization and Management (Summa Cum Laude) through the Drexel University College of Medicine and served as Principal Investigator for a clinical trial investigating the efficacy of a new drug for the treatment of a common life threatening adverse drug event seen in our patient population. In her spare time she enjoy going to the gym, dancing, traveling and I love to cook.
Sheila Engle is a registered nurse and a longtime volunteer
in the Maryland Community. In addition
to serving as a board member and an avid advocate for community health, she volunteers
at Maryland Therapeutic Riding Center which serves the disabled population. She
graduated from John Hopkins School of Nursing and spent over 20 years as a
clinical manager and staff nurse at Washington Hospital Center. Currently she
practices as a contract nurse for the Department of Defense where she care for
soldiers and their families. In her
spare time she love traveling and riding horses.
Carolina Cruz was born in Washington DC, raised here in the States but also in Mexico. Went to UNIVA (Universidad del Valle de Atemajac) in Mexico where she went for a Bachelors on Education and Human Development. While studying worked as an english teacher in Colegio Martin Luther King Jr. school in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Worked here at Centronia for a school year substituting english and spanish teachers, got involved with the community more and started interpreting as a volunteer in school conferences, meetings, etc. She started seeking training and got a scholarship from OLA ( Office on Latino Affairs) to get professional training for Community Interpretation, which opened a huge window of opportunity to keep helping the community. Went to NY to get Medical Interpretation training to be able to help in the Medical field also. Started as an Intern in Washington Hospital Center and ended up staying working there, where she currently enjoys being a Medical Interpreter. On her free time she enjoys being with her son, working out and dancing.
Martin Pitts MD was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in New York City. While there he worked as a tutor and mentor to encourage youth to pursue higher education. He later attended the Georgetown School of Medicine, while as co-president of the Georgetown chapter of student national medical association visited local DC schools to promote healthy living and sexual awareness. After completing a residency in Emergency Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois he returned to New York as an instructor of clinical emergency medicine at Mt. Sinai Hospital and attending physician at the Jersey City Medical Center. Currently he is an attending physician at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC and assistant professor of clinical emergency medicine at the Georgetown School of Medicine. Away from work he enjoys traveling with his wife and playing sports with his children. He looks forward to continuing his service to the Langley Boys and Girl Club