Leaders of Accredited Organizations Recognized as “Most Admired CEOs”

Maryland’s The Daily Record has announced its 2014 Maryland’s Most Admired CEOs, a group of 30 top leaders in for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations statewide.

William McLennan, Executive Director of Paul’s Place, and Stephen H. Morgan, Executive Director of The Arc Baltimore, are among the honorees. Paul’s Place earned their Standards for Excellence accreditation in 2004, and The Arc Baltimore earned their accreditation in 2005 through a partnership with The Arc of the United States.

The Daily Record launched its Most Admired CEOs program in 2012 in order to seek out and recognize remarkable business and nonprofit leaders in Maryland. Nominations for the award were solicited from the public, and winners were chosen by a panel of eight past Most Admired CEOs honorees and a representative of The Daily Record. Nominees were judged on their professional experience, community involvement and commitment to inspiring change.

“I am truly humbled and honored. Paul’s Place is a team effort, and I work with an amazing staff, board and group of volunteers.” says Mr. McLennan.

Mr. Morgan stated that he “appreciates the recognition. I feel honored to share this with my colleagues, both internally and externally, who have contributed to our successes.”

Paul’s Place’s mission is to be a catalyst and leader for change, improving the quality of life in the Washington Village/Pigtown neighborhood and the surrounding Southwest Baltimore communities. Paul’s Place provides programs, services, and support that strengthen individuals and families, fostering hope, personal dignity and growth.

The Arc Baltimore’s mission it to provide advocacy and high quality, life-changing supports to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

The Standards for Excellence Institute would like to congratulate Mr. McLennan and Mr. Morgan on their recognition and for the great work they do.


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