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Sherry Nolte

Ms. Nolte has over 30 years’ experience working with children, youth, and adults in Human Services.  Ms. Nolte received her undergraduate degree at Towson State (now Towson University), her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Maryland, and is a licensed-clinical social worker.  Her career started in child welfare where she provided oversight to foster care programming in Maryland.  Ms. Nolte has been with the Harford Center since 2013, and she has a strong background in program development, regulatory compliance, and financial management.  Additionally, she has an unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.  Over her 25 years in Human Services, Ms. Nolte has developed many cutting-edge programs that have benefited youth and adults across the State of Maryland.  She is a staunch advocate in the field and has a philosophy of empowerment and education for those receiving services from the Harford Center.  She is a resident of Harford County, a member of the Harford County Trauma Institute, a member of the Cherish the Child Symposium, a volunteer for Harford County’s Grant-in-Aid review committee, a graduate of the Harford County Leadership Academy, and a graduate The National Leadership Institute on Developmental Disabilities.  The mission of the Harford Center is one that reflects her personal and professional values of treating everyone with the respect and dignity that they deserve.