Meet Our Board

Tyrell Moyd

President - He/Him/His

Tyrell D. Moyd, RPS, RCP, began serving in the Behavioral Health profession full-time in June 2014 with the Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc. (Penn North).  He began in the position of Workforce Develop Coordinator, where, in concert with the Social Enterprise Director, created an intensive workforce development program which taught individuals professional soft skills as well as provided hands on technical skills in various areas.
In June of 2014, Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc. opened the Penn North Community Resource Center and Tyrell Moyd assumed the responsibilities of the center’s Director.  Under his leadership, Penn North, offered wrap around services to support the recovery process.
Along with direct service to the community, Mr. Moyd also began to facilitate Recovery Support trainings with his mentor, Carroll C. Conquest.  Under his mentor’s tutelage, facilitation revealed Tyrell’s gift to coach and cultivate Recovery Support professionals, and in October of 2015 he became the Director of the Baltimore Recovery Corps (BRC) @ Penn North.

Tyrell’s tenure with Maryland Community Health Initiatives, Inc. (Penn North) ended June, 2018, at the end of the BRC grant fiscal year 2018.  He will continue his “service to those who serve others,” by joining the Light of Truth Center in August 2018.  He will manage the Training Restoration Center as well as build his own brand, the 3C Recovery Support Training Institute.*  With these combined forces, the vision is to offer training and support to individuals who care for and provide services to the behavioral health community.

Chamiah Camphor

Secretary - She/Her/Hers


Having worked in the mental health field for seven years, with a concentration in PRP,  her passion to serve those in this population grown to love this field has grown greatly. Her past experiences in the Human Service field includes People Encouraging People and Kennedy Krieger. Currently employed as a Case Manager at The League for People with Disabilities, Chamiah works closely with those individuals in developing job readiness skills, self advocacy, and obtaining employment.

Chamiah possesses a Bachelor's of Science degree from Coppin State University in Rehabilitation Services and is currently pursuing a Master's of Science in Human Service Administration at the University of Baltimore. As a member of The International Honor Society of Social Sciences, Phi Gamma Mu Chapter in Baltimore, Chamiah strives to promote education and self awareness to those in her community.

"People are not looking for our perfection. They are looking for our humility." - Lisa Bevere

Hearts and Ears is currently accepting applications for the
Board of Directors

Are you a member of the LGBTQIA+ community or an ally? Are you interested in behavioral health issues or are a behavioral health consumer yourself? If so, then the Hearts and Ears Board may be for you! We are in our 20th year serving our community and we are currently looking for consumers of behavioral health services, people who work in mental health and substance use recovery, and people who care about the LGBTQIA+ community to join our board. If you are interested in helping with things like fundraising, outreach, budgeting/planning, or have a unique skill that you bring to the table, then click the link below and apply today!