Katherine O’Donovan, CCAS MA ’04, has been appointed the first Director of Development for the Edward A. Myerberg Center. In her role, O’Donovan coordinates all fundraising and outreach activities for the Myerberg Center.
“Katherine is a key part of connecting our donors and community with the Myerberg Center,” said the center’s executive director, David Golaner. “As we expand our programming and provide more services for active seniors, Katherine will ensure that these new initiatives are prominent and self-supporting.”
O’Donovan is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University and received a Master of Arts from George Washington University. She currently sits on the Board of Advisors for the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland where she also received a Master of Social Work. Prior to her new role, she was project manager of the Asian Art and Culture Center at Towson University
Located in northwest Baltimore, the Edward A. Myerberg Center provides over 125 programs each year for 1,000 members ages 55 and over, including classes in painting, sculpture, bridge, current events, computers, and fitness. The Center’s Eating Together program serves 12,000 meals a year to seniors. The Center began operating in 1976 and moved to its permanent facility on Fallstaff Road in Baltimore City in 1989.