COLUMBIA, Md.—Howard County General Hospital elected Elizabeth Rendón Sherman as chair of its board of trustees. Rendón Sherman is the CEO/CFO at LG-TEK, a company she founded more than 22 years ago.
“As the business of health care and hospitals continues to change and adapt, I am proud to be selected to lead Howard County General,” Rendón Sherman said. “The hospital is striving to meet the needs of the community by expanding physically, with its new addition, and bringing increased services to area residents through its Population Health efforts. I am pleased to be a part of that growth.”
Rendón Sherman is skilled in analytics, government and customer relationship management, and leadership, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense. An army veteran, she worked as a software engineer for several years before founding her own company that provides software services and language support to government and private industry clients across the country.
Among her community service activities, Rendón Sherman has served on the boards of the Howard Hospital Foundation board, Howard Community College Educational Foundation, Howard County Chamber of Commerce and the Fort Meade Alliance Foundation.
Rendón Sherman holds a bachelor of science degree in information systems management from the University of Maryland and an master’s degree in administration from Central Michigan University.
Rendón-Sherman is joined by Kathleen M. White, professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, who was elected as board vice chair. David C. Condron, member at DCMM & Associates, will remain board treasurer. Their two-year terms begin July 1.
About Howard County General Hospital
Howard County General Hospital: A Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine is a not-for-profit health care provider with 245 licensed beds located in Columbia, Maryland. A comprehensive, acute-care medical center, Howard County General offers a full range of services, from neonatal care and oncology to outpatient treatment and critical care.
The hospital has a professional staff of more than 900 physicians and allied health professionals, representing more than 90 specialties and subspecialties; a workforce of more than 1,800 individuals and over 300 volunteers.