Living Well is Ageless


Meet Board Member Karen Hoffman

CPA Karen Hoffman has a long and proud history with Carsins Run. Presbyterian Home of Maryland (PHM) was a client of the accounting firm that Karen worked for in the mid 1990s. During her tenure with that company, she was the Auditor for PHM.

In 2010, the opportunity to join the Presbyterian Home Board of Directors was presented by the Home’s Chief Financial Officer Erik Stuller. “I was familiar with the organization and was involved with several nonprofits. I thought Carsins Run was a good place to get on board.” 

For nearly a decade, Karen has worn the “hat” of Treasurer for the Board, bringing decades long experience as a CPA in public and private practice to the organization.

In 2018, Karen ventured off on her own as President of K.L. Hoffman & Co., PC, a woman-owned CPA firm in Baltimore. Karen works with nonprofits and public organizations, and is involved in several charitable organizations in the local area. 

What she particularly likes about Carsins Run is the concept of continuing care. “Once you decide you don’t want to mow your lawn, paint your house or shovel snow you can join a larger community with others who have these same goals. Socialization is very important during your retirement years and Carsins Run will have a variety of activities to keep you active and socializing.” Karen is also proud that Carsins Run is a “first.” 

“We’re at the forefront of continuing care in Harford County!”