I met Jim Hindman in the 80’s when my husband Hank Felton was his banker during the start-up of Jiffy Lube. With a Math degree from Goucher College and a certificate from Catonsville Community College in computer languages, I worked for First National Bank as a computer programmer. I have raised two sons, settled several family estates, and managed the family farm for 6 years until my brother could return to it. Currently, I also serve on the Stevenson University President’s Advisory Council.
Ed comes to us with over 30 years of experience in corporate and franchise organizations, as well as with entrepreneurial endeavors. During his career he has held executive positions and served on Boards in both publicly and privately held companies. Along with his wife he has advocated for the welfare and proper treatment of the mentally ill for over a decade.