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Catherine R. Willis

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Queen Anne's County Department of Aging
Phone: (410) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.org
Queen Anne's County
505 Railroad Avenue
Centreville , Maryland 21617
United States

Company Description: Queen Anne's County Republican organization and committee information

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Liaison
  • Representative
    Berta Weathersbee Elementary School
  • Member of the Leadership Team, the Academic Team Sponsor, the Honor Club Chair and A Member of the School's First Responder Safety Team
    Berta Weathersbee Elementary School
  • Director
    MAC Incorporated


  • Queen Anne
  • Chesapeake College
  • Bachelor's Degree , Social Work
    Salisbury State University
  • Master's Degree , Social Work
    University of Maryland at Baltimore
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Cathy Willis, director of ..., 8 Aug 2009 [cached]
Cathy Willis, director of the Queen Anne's County Department of Aging, was recently elected president of the Maryland Association of Area Agencies on Aging. Willis began her term on July 1 and will serve two years as president.
The group, known as M4A, is an advocacy group for seniors across the state. M4A has several purposes, including educating and instructing about aging issues, ensuring services for seniors are adequate at both the state and local level and helping to promote policy and programs providing assistance to seniors and elderly caregivers.
"I am looking forward to the opportunity to serve as M4A's president," said Willis, who has been the director of the county's Department of Aging since March 2006.
"We are so thrilled Cathy was elected president of this group.
As president of M4A, Willis will also serve as liaison to the Maryland Department of Aging and state liaison to the National Association of Area Agencies
The system's current teacher of the ..., 9 June 2012 [cached]
The system's current teacher of the year is Berta Weathersbee Elementary School's Katie Willis, the county's representative in the state competition. Copyright 2012 LaGrange News. All rights reserved. Share This Article | similar stories
Willis of Berta Weathersbee ..., 18 Mar 2010 [cached]
Willis of Berta Weathersbee Named Teacher of the Year
In a room filled with fellow teachers, family, and colleagues, Kathryn "Katie" Willis of Berta Weathersbee Elementary School, received top teaching honors as she was named the system's Teacher of the Year. Sylvia Hooker & Katie Willis
Willis, a third grade reading, math, and language arts teacher, began her career at Berta Weathersbee Elementary School six years ago. he serves as the chair of her third grade teaching team, a member of the school's leadership team, the academic team sponsor, the honor club chair, and a member of the school's First Responder safety team. he received her undergraduate degree in early childhood education from LaGrange College and her master's degree from Troy University. he is currently working on her education specialist degree.
"I am thrilled and excited right now," said Willis after the announcement was made."It is such an honor to be chosen from among the many fine educators here today.
As the system Teacher of the Year, Willis will participate in the Georgia Teacher of the Year competition where finalists will be named in January and the state Teacher of the Year named in May of 2011., Neighborhoods - Neighborhood digest: March 28, 28 Mar 2006 [cached]
CENTREVILLE - The Queen Anne's County commissioners have named Catherine Willis as the county's new director of aging.
A department employee since 1994 and deputy director since 2000, Mrs. Willis replaces the retiring director, Sue Leager.
A Queen Anne's County native, Mrs. Willis followed her grandfather into local government service.
"My future goals for the department include maintaining the service delivery to the growing senior population of Queen Anne's County as well as continuing the successful pattern set forth by my predecessor and mentor ... Sue E. Leager," Mrs. Willis said in a prepared statement.
As the head of the Department of Aging, Mrs. Willis will oversee one of the county's biggest agencies.With 50 full- and part-time employees, the department has a budget of $2.5 million and oversees transportation services, nutrition and senior centers and a variety of community care programs.Mrs. Willis will earn $74,000 a year in the position.
Press Release, 21 Mar 2006 [cached]
Catherine Willis appointed as Director of the Queen Anne's County Department of Aging
Centreville - At their meeting of March 21st, the Queen Anne's County Commissioners unanimously confirmed the County Administrator's appointment of Mrs. Catherine Willis to the position of Director of the Queen Anne's County Department of Aging.Mrs. Willis, who has been with the Department since 1994 and was named Deputy Director in 2000, will be replacing retiring Director, Sue Leager.
Ms. Willis grew up in Queen Anne's County, graduating from Queen Anne's County High School, and then attending Chesapeake College after which she went on to Salisbury State University where she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work.She received a Master's Degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore in Social Work with a Clinical Concentration in Aging.Ms. Willis is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker, certified by the Board of Social Work Examiners of the State of Maryland.
In addition to her work with the County, Ms. Willis is active in various professional organizations, including Character Counts!Advisory Council, TRIAD/SALT Council, Queen Anne's County Local Emergency Planning Committee and QAC Department of Emergency Services Critical Incident Stress Management Team, where she serves as Clinical Director overseeing all CISM interventions.MS. Willis has been honored for her service during Hurricane Isabel and was awarded the Quiet Hero Award in 2003 as well as being recognized during Volunteer Appreciation Week by the Department of Social Services.
Ms. Willis is continuing in the footsteps of her grandfather, William V. Riggs, Jr., who was the director of the Community Action Agency of Kent, Queen Anne's and Talbot Counties prior to the formation of the present Department of Aging in 1981.
Commenting on her appointment, Ms. Willis stated, "As a lifelong resident of Queen Anne's County and an employee for over twelve years, I am honored to be appointed to the position of Director of the Queen Anne's County Department of Aging.
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