For Immediate Release July 12, 2022

BALTIMORE, MD (July 12) - The Mt. Washington Pediatric Foundation, Inc., (“Foundation”) an advisory board of Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (MWPH), announced new leadership at the start of this month, including new Chair, Beth Armacost. The Executive Committee also includes 1st Vice Chair Andrea Brown-Gee, 2nd Vice Chair Nirav Shah, Treasurer Blake Sheehan and Secretary Roslyn Stoler.


Confirmed by the Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital Board of Trustees at their May meeting, they will help further the hospital’s mission to provide support for the highest quality patient care programs for infants, children and adolescents. The Foundation board raises, receives, invests and administers funds in support of this mission.


Beth Armacost is director of client relations for Offit & Roth, PA. Prior to this work, Beth taught middle school math in Baltimore and in Delaware. In addition to serving as Chair of the Mt. Washington Pediatric Foundation Board, Beth is Vice Chair of the Centennial Ball Committee and Chair of the Holiday Toy Shop. She obtained her undergraduate degree from University of Delaware and her master’s degree in education from Wilmington University. Beth and her husband have two sons, ages 12 and 13.


“Beth brings genuine passion and boundless commitment to her new role as Chair of the hospital’s Foundation Board,” said Jill Feinberg, Vice President of Development and External Affairs. “Over the years, Beth has been a leader across so many facets of the MWPH community including the Storybook Gala, Toy Shop, and Campaign. I’m really looking forward to continuing our work together.”


“We are so fortunate that Beth continues to provide her leadership, passion and ideas to this hospital,” said Sheldon Stein, president and CEO of MWPH. “As Chair of our Foundation Board, Beth will surely lead MWPH to greater heights, building greater support of our important mission.”



About Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital: Celebrating 100 Years


Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital celebrates 100 years of providing family-focused, coordinated care to all children, including those with serious, chronic, or complex medical needs. MWPH was founded in 1922 by Hortense Kahn Eliasberg, who sought to open a home where children could safely recover from illness and surgery. Today, 100 years stronger, the hospital treats more than 8,500 patients each year, helping them to heal, grow, and learn the skills that lead to happier, more independent lives. The 102-bed hospital is a jointly owned affiliate of the University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine with locations in Baltimore City, Prince George's County, Harford County, via Telehealth, and in the community. For more information, please visit