Browne is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, where she received her Master of Business Administration with a concentration in organizational development and a certificate in leadership development. She is known for her expertise in marketing, leadership development and risk and change management. Browne has played an integral role in developing NCC’s strategic plan and has led the organization through a number of major successful transformation initiatives.
“As we approach our 60th anniversary next year, I look forward to helping NCC grow into an even more powerful resource and ally to the people, families and communities we serve,” said Browne. “We have a strong team in place for our next phase of service. We will focus on increasing partnerships and strengthening core competencies to deliver the resources necessary for the children and adults we serve to live, learn, work, grow and thrive in their community. ”
“It has been a privilege to work with such a dedicated group of people who serve our special communities, and I am extremely proud of the accomplishments we’ve achieved during my tenure,” said Chancellor. “Now is the right time for our new leadership to take NCC forward.” Chancellor will continue to work closely with Browne to ensure a smooth leadership transition.
Another transition occurring later this year will involve NCC moving its headquarters from its current location in Washington, DC, to Silver Spring, MD. The new location is better suited to the organization’s current and future needs, and will allow staff to work in a more efficient, collaborative setting. The new, centrally located headquarters will be easily accessible by public transportation and convenient to NCC’s staff and beneficiaries.
NCC will maintain a prominent presence with its Early Learning and Early Intervention Center in Southeast Washington, DC. The organization’s residential, workforce development and adult day programs will also remain in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Contact: Sangeetha Sarma