Chimes International Limited and subsidiaries, known as the Chimes Family of Services, is pleased to announce that Lisa Hanes has joined their Board of Directors.
As a member of the board, Ms. Hanes will work with fellow board members to ensure the fulfillment of Chimes International Limited’s mission to lead, support and promote the efforts of each business component within the Chimes Family of Services to individually and collectively provide the highest quality and cost-effective community supports and employment opportunities to help people with disabilities have better lives.
Hanes, is an accomplished executive who has worked for several Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Hanes earned her Master of Business Administration from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD, and is a Series 7 registered representative. She currently serves as the Vice President of Product Management for T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. and Vice President of T. Rowe Price Trust Company. Lisa is also on the Board of Directors for T. Rowe Price Canada, Inc. and actively participates on T. Rowe Price’s Women's Roundtable while serving as co-chair for MOSAIC, the firm’s business resource group for ethnically diverse associates.
“Lisa brings over 25 years of professional experience as an ethical, prudent, and multi-faceted leader to her role on Chimes International’s Board of Directors,” said Douglas M. Schmidt, Chairman of the Chimes International Limited Board. “We are confident that her financial and leadership skills will be an invaluable addition to our board. Lisa will allow us to continue our efforts to grow and continually improve the services we provide.”
About Chimes: Chimes International Limited and subsidiaries, known as the Chimes Family of Services, offer a wide range of opportunities for people with disabilities and other special needs. Chimes International as the parent organization, leads and supports various subsidiaries, which provide services to over 20,000 people in 6 states, the District of Columbia and Israel.
To learn more visit www.Chimes.org