Governor Wes Moore has appointed Maude M. CreveCoeur to the nine-member Harford Community College Board of Trustees where she will serve as the Councilmanic District E Representative. Her term will expire on June 30, 2028. She was sworn in at the office of the Clerk of the Court in Bel Air on October 19.
“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, administrators, and students, I am honored to welcome Trustee Maude CreveCoeur to Harford Community College,” said Dr. Theresa. B. Felder, president of Harford Community College. “With her background as a leader in education, I’m excited to have her participating in our vision for the College, especially now as we develop our new Strategic Plan.”
CreveCoeur is the owner and operator of The Little House Preschool in Churchville. She also serves as a preschool teacher and program director, managing the day-to-day operations.
Originally from Staten Island, New York, she has called Churchville home for over two decades. CreveCoeur raised her four children in Harford County, where they experienced the natural beauty of a rural environment. When not immersed in the world of education, CreveCoeur finds joy in life’s true and simple things: spending time with her family, sewing, and gardening.
“My commitment to education lies in fostering an educational landscape where diversity is celebrated, inclusion is paramount, and each student’s journey is enriched through tailored experiences. I am deeply honored and excited for the opportunity to join the Board of Trustees, where I can give back to a community that has shown so much kindness to my family,” said CreveCoeur.
CreveCoeur holds a bachelor’s degree from Metropolitan College of New York and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in early childhood education from Notre Dame of Maryland University. She is fluent in Creole, French Creole, and English.