Rockville, Md.— TLC—The Treatment and Learning Centers, a local, non-profit organization that provides educational, therapeutic, and vocational services to children and adults with disabilities welcomes new Board of Trustees member Betty Anne Aschenbach.
Ms. Ashenbach is currently President of Kia of Silver Spring. She has been working in the local automotive industry since 1983 and is active in the community, having served on the Board of Trustees at the Norwood School in Bethesda and on the Board of Directors at Adventist Health Care in Rockville. She was also a member of the Saturn Top American Retailers, NCM Twenty Group. Ms. Aschenbach earned a Bachelor of the Arts in Retail Management from Hood College.
The Aschenbach family has a long history of dedicated support to TLC through their business King Auto located in Rockville. King Auto has been the lead sponsor for TLC’s King of the Road 5K Run 1 Mile Walk since its inception seven years ago, including the 2011 run on November 20. Lois Aschenbach, Betty Anne’s Mother, was also a TLC Board Member.
Dr. Patricia Ritter, Executive Director of TLC states, “We grateful and honored to have Betty Anne continuing the Aschenbach family tradition of supporting TLC in the community and contributing her valuable time and expertise to our Board of Trustees.”
TLC—The Treatment and Learning Centers, located in Rockville, Md., improves lives and expands possibilities for individuals with special needs. Celebrating over 60 years of serving to the community in 2011, TLC is committed to integrity and excellence in our care and strives to assist all, regardless of their ability to pay. For more information visit www.ttlc.org.