The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc) congratulates Taryn Chase, Development Officer, on her acceptance to the Leadership Anne Arundel Class of 2024. Over the course of the next year, Taryn will complete the professional development program dedicated to developing meaningful connections among prominent local leaders for the good of Anne Arundel County.
The Arc provides many key services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), and their families living in Anne Arundel County as well as Maryland’s Eastern Shore, and Taryn is eager to make connections, inspire conversations, and increase awareness of how issues impact people with IDD.
“There is so much more we can be doing as a community to support people with disabilities to live the lives they choose for themselves,” said Taryn. “I am excited to work with my classmates to create more opportunities to connect people with disabilities to the community.”
Taryn has worked at The Arc for one year and has been pivotal in increasing engagement, building new funding relationships, and sharing the mission and vision of The Arc with the greater community. She is excited to bring her expertise and experience to Leadership Anne Arundel.
As The Arc continues to expand and support more people throughout the region, building strong connections with like-minded change-makers is a key step.
The Arc congratulates Taryn on this recognition of her leadership and success in her career, along with all other members of the Leadership Anne Arundel Class of 2024.
About Shore Leadership
Leadership Anne Arundel (LAA) is the nexus of leadership in Anne Arundel County, connecting business, nonprofit, government, and individual community leaders. LAA’s mission is to provide people of diverse