MILLERSVILLE, MD — Maryland Environmental Service (MES) today named Beth Wojton as MES Deputy Director. In this role, Ms. Wojton will serve as chief operating officer for the organization and as a member of the MES Board of Directors. With the concurrence of Governor Larry Hogan, Ms. Wojton was selected for the position by MES Director/CEO Roy McGrath.
“During her time at MES, Beth has consistently demonstrated great talent and wise judgment. She is a knowledgeable environmental services professional who has proven time and time again she knows how to make great things happen for both the public and private sector partners we serve,” said Mr. McGrath. “Our 800 teammates and the State of Maryland will continue to benefit from her expertise and her ability to deliver solutions,” he added.
“I thank Governor Hogan and Roy McGrath for this wonderful opportunity to serve the citizens of Maryland, I am honored.” said Deputy Director Wojton. “Our organization and team does so much great, innovative environmental work. I’m looking forward to continuing and building upon our stellar history,” she said.
Ms. Wojton was promoted from her recent position as MES Chief of Staff. In her previous role, she worked directly with the organization’s departments, from administration to operations, to ensure a proactive approach of delivering great services for all of the organization’s many partners. Prior to being Chief of Staff, Ms. Wojton served as MES Assistant Director and then Managing Director of Administration, and Director of Business Development.
She also has former, local government experience with the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office and Department of Transportation. Ms. Wojton is a recipient of the YWCA of Anne Arundel County’s Tribute to Women in Industry (TWIN) award. A graduate of Towson University, Ms. Wojton holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science. Her appointment is effective immediately.
Maryland Environmental Service (MES) is an independent, self-supporting State agency
that enhances and protects Maryland’s environment by finding innovative solutions to our region’s most complex environmental challenges. MES serves as a unique, not-for-profit public corporation that combines public sector commitment to environmental protection with private sector flexibility and responsiveness. Created in 1970, MES now has 800 employees and operates a $165M agency delivering technical and operational environmental services. More than two-thirds of MES revenues flow directly to the private sector. MES receives no direct State appropriations, and does not have regulatory authority. To learn more, visit www.menv.com
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