Board of Directors
Godfrey Molen is a highly dedicated, resourceful, and visionary executive director with significant experience in all aspects of non-profit fundraising.
He is leader armed with a solid background in information systems, sales management, operations management, administration, data analysis, directing teams, and he ensures superior customer and management support.
Godfrey currently serves as an Account Manager for Harrison Healthcare Inc., a position he has held since 2004. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC).
In honor of his late mother and his relentless desire to fulfill the needs for the most vulnerable in Baltimore, He founded FLO in 2015. In a short period of time Godfrey has been recognized for his work in the community. On March 4, 2017, Godfrey was awarded Bishop P. Francis Murphy Social Ministry Recognition Award.
On March 20, 2017, the City Council of Baltimore Resolution Award was bestowed upon Godfrey from Councilman Ryan Dorsey of the 3rd District.
On April 1, 2017, the City of Baltimore Certificate of Recognition by the Baltimore City Mayor’s Office was conferred to exemplify his service and commitment to support the homeless and those in need in the Greater Baltimore Metro Area.
Harrison Molen is the President and owner of Harrison Healthcare Inc., a long-term care pharmacy and medical supply company in Baltimore that provides specialized drugs packaging, supplies and pharmacy consultations to assisted living facilities, group homes, and adult day centers in Maryland.
Harrison is also the owner and Chief architect of Molen Associates, an information technology company. Under his direction and leadership, Molen successfully completed several federal and state government contracts.
His philosophy of management and development is based on the balanced involvement of customers and employees in the operation of the company to create value for all stakeholders, while developing an environment of teamwork, sharing and learning, and innovation and empowerment.
Harrison is a proven motivator and has assembled an exceptional project team. Prior to launching both companies, he held several software engineering positions both in the private and public sectors. Harrison graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, where he obtained a B.S. degree in Information Systems.
Rev. Joseph Muth
Father Muth was first an associate pastor of St. Agnes, Catonsville. For 32 of his 35 years in the priesthood, he has served Baltimore City parishes like St. Jerome and St. Ann. He was assigned as pastor of St. Matthew in 1990.
In 2015, Fr. Joe Muth came up with the full explication name for FLO “Friendly Loving Opportunities” when approached by FLO’s founder with the acronym for the organization and in 2016, he became one of FLO’s Board of Directors.
Carmen M. Stone Roberts
Carmen M. Stone Roberts has been in the banking field since 1992. She currently serves as a Senior Branch Banker at PNC Bank where she assists individuals and families with achieving their financial goals and dreams.
She is very spiritual. One of her favorite scriptures in the bible is the book of Ephesians 3:20, “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us.”
From adolescence, Carmen’s desire was to one day devote her time and talent in helping others in need.
Her humble upbringing in the church, volunteering at numerous outreach activities, and feeding the underserved in her community gave her insight, and guidance on what her life’s calling is.
Carmen is a blessing, who is gifted with a special ear to hear and comprehend the needs of the underserved in our community.
She is forever reminded that if you don’t love the people, you can’t serve the people.
In 2017, a mutual friend introduced Carmen to FLO’s Founder, Godfrey Molen. As her interest with FLO’s work for the needy grew, Mr. Molen was later invited for a meeting at PNC Bank. During the meeting, she realized her passion for FLO’s mission in the community and her desire to impact the lives of people experiencing hardship in Baltimore.
In the Fall of 2018, Carmen officially became one of FLO’s Board of Directors. Her involvement in the organization has not only fulfilled her purpose in helping individuals and families in need in the community, but she has also been a key contributor to FLO’s growth.