Board Members

Mary Ann Egan

Co-Founder and Co-Chair

Mary Ann is the mother of a young man with developmental disabilities. She has spent the last 25+ years tirelessly fighting for the rights and care of disabled children and adults. Mary Ann served the students of Johnson City School District on the Committee on Preschool Education (CPSE) and the Committee for Special Education (CSE). She also sat on the board of the Human Rights Committee at Broome Developmental Services. Additionally, Mary Ann contributed to the local Achieve program creating a library as well as cooking and yoga classes.

Paul Egan

Co-Founder and Co-Chair

Paul is the father of a young man with developmental disabilities. As a co-founder of A Home of My Own, he is embarking on a new career after working at IBM for 34 years as an engineer and IT architect.

Denise Stoughton


Denise Stoughton has joined the A Home of My Own board as the Treasurer. Prior to Denise’s retirement from IBM Corporation, she was Program Manager of Business Operations, creating and implementing global financial strategies, division-wide. Her background includes Controller of IBM Printing Systems Corporation, and Manager of Financial Planning, Pricing and Business Controls. Denise holds a Masters of Business Administration degree in Finance, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Management.

Chris Curry


Chris is a Limited Partner with Edward Jones, where he opened a branch in Waverly in 2013 and the Johnson City branch in 2019. He has formerly served as President of the Waverly Business Association and the Waverly Rotary Club. In addition, he served on the Executive Board for the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce from 2017 to 2020 and the Board of Directors for the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce from 2013 to 1017. Chris is currently a member of the Johnson City Rotary Club.

Sharon Witte


Sharon graduated from SUNY Binghamton with a BS degree and began a 42 year career in banking. During that time she served on numerous volunteer boards including Broome County United Way, Broome County IDA, Boys and Girls Club of Western Broome and the Ross Park Zoo, where she currently serves as vice president. In 2014, Sharon became a New York State Certified Personal Care Aide and now manages her own personal care business, At Home Help.