Patricia Browne

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About Patricia

Patricia A. Browne currently serves as the President and CEO of the National Children’s Center (NCC) in Washington, DC. NCC is one of the region’s largest non-governmental provider of services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She is a results-oriented executive with more than 20 years of experience in sales, leadership development and change management. She has created innovative customer solutions through business development and marketing combined with leadership and strategic planning for Fortune 500 corporations such as Allstate Insurance Company and MetLife Insurance Company. A noted authority on organizational development, Patricia is recognized for her expertise in managing an organization through change to deliver superior results by focusing on leadership development.

Patricia received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College Park and completed her MBA degree with a concentration in organization development along with a certificate in leadership development from the Johns Hopkins University.

Patricia is actively engaged in several external professional, non-profit and community-based organizations that include the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Council, is a founding member of the Johns Hopkins Women in Business Affinity Group and a National Association of Corporate Directors Board Governance Fellow. She also serves on the Consumer Advisory Council for the Georgetown University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, serves as Vice President for the ANCOR Foundation Board of Trustees and co-chairs the legislative committee of the DC Coalition of Disabilities Providers and a steering committee member of the Ward 8 Economic Development Committee. Patricia is also a member of Chief, a leadership network for executive women, and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She is the recipient of the Daily Record’s Top 100 Women in Maryland in 2018 and 2020.