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Juliet Gomez Joins CFHoCo Staff
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Juliet Gomez Joins CFHoCo Staff

The Community Foundation of Howard County, which raises, manages and distributes funds to support Howard County nonprofits, welcomed Juliet Gomez to the staff as executive assistant to the president and CEO, Beverly White-Seals.

Juliet supports Beverly with day-to-day administrative details and manages her schedule. Juliet is the primary liaison between the foundation and members of the Board of Trustees and the many supporting working committees of volunteers. Additionally, she is one of the primary contacts with current and prospective donors, staff, local nonprofits and other members of the Howard County community.

“We’re so pleased to welcome Juliet to the staff at the Community Foundation of Howard County,” stated White-Seals. “She brings an extensive level of experience to a key role at CFHoCo to make our team stronger.”

She brings two decades of executive office management experience, primarily in the field of healthcare. Before coming to the foundation, she was the practice manager for Prudent Medical Associates at Providence Hospital. Prior to that, she spent 18 years with the University of Maryland Capital Region Health Medical Group, primarily as the Assistant to the President and Vice President of Medical Affairs. She also served as a legal administrative assistant and client coordinator during her time at the university.

She earned both an MBA and a bachelors of science in business management from the University of Phoenix. Born in Trinidad and Tobago, she grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Before relocating to Maryland in 1990 with her three children, she served as a legal secretary in the Department of Investigations for Mayor Koch.

The Community Foundation of Howard County serves as a knowledgeable, trusted partner that forges connections between donors and nonprofit organizations to provide impactful investments in Howard County. The foundation has awarded more than $17 million in grants to organizations delivering human service, arts and cultural, educational and civic programs. Money for the grant programs comes primarily from income generated by the foundation’s endowment supported by more than 300 funds established by Howard County businesses, families and individuals. For more information, visit CFHoCo.org or call 410-730-7840.

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