Meet Our Board of Directors

EPIC is led by a diverse group of individuals who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our organization. Our Board of Directors is comprised of leaders in the community who are dedicated to supporting adults with limited abilities. Get to know our board members and learn more about their contributions to EPIC’s mission.

Chairperson of the Board


Judy Graham joined EPIC’s board in 2009 and has served as secretary since 2014. Judy was elected chairperson in 2019. Prior to retiring in 2018, Judy was a Vice President of McGriff Insurance, a division of BB&T Bank. Judy’s career in insurance spanned three decades, working to create insurance and risk management programs for business owners and not-for-profit leaders in Maryland and Virginia. Judy is committed to the success of EPIC. In her free time, Judy loves to explore the art of cooking and is devoted to her five grandchildren.

Vice Chair


Charles W. Sherren, Jr., RPA has 45 years of experience in Commercial Real Estate Management and is currently the Senior Vice President, Management at Saul Centers Inc., (NYSE: BFS). He is a proud graduate of Mount Saint Mary’s College, class of 1975, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Finance. Charles is also a graduate of the Building Owners and Managers Institute International Real Property Administrator. He has been a member of the EPIC Board of Directors since 1988; serving as Board President from 1995 through 1999. Charles lends his expertise to EPIC and numerous community and professional boards in the area. [Photo not available]



Toreico O’Neal is a Senior Branch Manager at M&T Bank. He has over 16 years in the banking industry assisting clients in the areas of financial literacy, investment guidance, financial banking options, and business development. Toreico received his undergraduate degree in Health and Exercise Science, with a concentration in Physical Therapy, from Furman University in 2003. He went on to acquire his Master’s Degree from Webster University in 2013 in Business and Leadership. Toreico strives to provide maximal output in everything he commits to and lives by a philosophy that continues to drive him today, “If better is possible, then good is not enough.”



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Gene is a graduate of Bowie State University and after a nine year stint as a computer forensic examiner with the Inspector General’s Office in the Department of Defense, he now serves as a Project Manager for that office.



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Robert Markam has been a member of the EPIC Board of Directors for over a decade, where he represents the perspectives of approximately 200 adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities who receive services from our organization.



Susan is a retired analyst and project leader at the Institute of Defense Analysis in Arlington, VA where she focused on environmental policies, Russian studies and organizational effectiveness.



Born and raised in Akron, OH, Timothy “Tim” Fenner has resided in the Baltimore-Washington area for the past eight years. He received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Akron and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies from Kent State University. Prior to moving to Maryland, Tim also lived in Philadelphia, PA where he managed a grant program for over seven years. Today, Tim manages the Men of Excellence program at the College of Southern Maryland where he works to empower men of color to achieve collegiate success.



Rev. Eva L. Clark is a retired senior pastor of the United Methodist Church in the Baltimore-Washington Conference. Eva served as the senior pastor of congregations for more than 20 years. Eva holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration; A Masters of Divinity Degree; and a Juris Doctorate Degree. Eva is licensed to practice law in the State of South Carolina and the District of Columbia. Before pastoring, Eva worked 15 years as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Labor. Earlier, Eva worked for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, and in private practice. Eva is currently retired and enjoying life being with her family and making antique porcelain reproduction dolls. Eva is recognized internationally as a top porcelain doll maker after winning the coveted “MAGGE” award for her Doll Artisan Guild competition entry in 2018.