Using Integrative Thinking to Work With Difficult Clients and Situations
Director of the MAP Program at the Howard County Office on Aging & Independence
Christopher Moore is the Director of the MAP Program at the Howard County Office on Aging & Independence, as well as the Immediate Past President of Maryland AIRS. He first received his CIRS-A/D certification in 2008. He has worked in Human Services for 21 years, and in Information & Referral for the past 13 years. Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Hampton University in 1999 and his Master’s Degree in Management of Aging Services from the University of Maryland Baltimore County’s Erickson School in 2015.
Howard County Office on Aging & Independence, Columbia, Maryland
Tene Young is a Human Services Specialist and Options Counselor at Howard County's Office on Aging and Independence. Tene received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Mary Baldwin College in 2010 and her Master's degree in Professional Counseling in 2018 from Liberty University. Tene has over a decade of experience working in human services, serving populations including older adults, individuals with mental health issues, individuals with substance use issues, and adults with disabilities. Tene identifies her desire to be of service as the driving force behind her many successes in the Human Services field. In her spare time Tene is an avid do-it-yourselfer, specializing in furniture remodeling and home decor. She also serves as a personal paparazzi for her four-year-old son.