Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

C. Anthony Muse
MSA SC 3520-12282

Biography:

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, April 17, 1958.  Attended Morgan State University, B.A. (history), 1981; Wesley Theological Seminary, M.Div., 1984; Howard University, doctor of ministry, church and community development, 1991.  Married; two children.

General Assembly:
Senate, Legislative District 26 (D), Prince George's County, since January 10, 2007. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 2013-. Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Fair Practices and State Personnel Oversight, 2011-. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 2007-10; Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 2007-10; Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing, 2007-14; Finance Committee, 2011-12. Member, Prince George's County Delegation, 2007- (chair, 2008-09). Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2007-. Member, National Conference of State Legislatures (human services & welfare committee, 2007-10; communications, financial services & interstate commerce committee, 2010-).

House of Delegates, Legislative District 26 (D), Prince George's County, 1995-99.  Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1995-99; Transportation Subcommittee; Bi-County Affairs Committee, Prince George's County delegation.

Private Career and Other Public Service:
Member, Task Force to Study Rent Stabilization for the Elderly in Prince George's County, 2007; Task Force to Study Group-Home Education and Placement Practices, 2007-08; Task Force to Study Thoroughbred Horse Racing at Rosecroft Raceway, 2008; Task Force to Study Locations in Prince George's County Best Suited for Use by State Agencies, 2008-09. Co-Chair, Task Force to Study How to Improve Financial Literacy in the State, 2008-10. Member, Maryland Medicaid Advisory Committee, 2008-15; [Secretary of State Police] Superintendent's Council of Advisors on Diversity and Inclusion, 2012-; Task Force to Study Temporary Disability Insurance Programs and the Process for Assisting Individuals with Disabilities at Local Departments of Social Services, 2013-14; Work Group on Cancer Clusters and Environmental Causes of Cancer, 2013-14; Prince George's County Juvenile Court and School Safety Work Group, 2013-14; State Council on Cancer Control, 2013-; Local [Video Lottery] Development Council, Prince George's County, 2015-; Neshante and Chloe Davis Domestic Violence Prevention Task Force, 2016-. Chair, Task Force to Study the Restraint, Searches, and Needs of Children in the Juvenile Justice System, 2016-.

Member, Task Force to Examine the State's Cemetery and Funeral Industry, 1996. Co-Chair, Task Force on the Education of Homeless Children and Youth in Maryland, 1997-99. Past member, Foster Care Review Board, Prince George's County; Teacher Advisory Council, Baltimore City. Member, State Ethics Commission, 1987-92. Member, Governor-elect's Transition Team, 2002-03.

Founder and Senior Pastor, Ark of Safety Christian Church, Upper Marlboro. Former Senior Pastor, Gibbons United Methodist Church, Brandywine. Former pastor, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Ellicott City; Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church, Catonsville. Youth Program Coordinator, Washington East District, Baltimore-Washington Area Methodist Conference. Teacher and lecturer, United Methodist School of Christian Growth. Member, South County Economic Development Association; Clergy United. Board of Directors, American Red Cross; Greater Southeast Community Hospital; Prince George's Community Ministries (past president). Past President, Southern Maryland Ministers' Alliance. Executive Board, Southern Maryland Area Self Help. Former member, Advisory Committee, Wesley Theological Seminary. Past participant, Aftercare Program, Prince George's County Corrections Department. Past chaplain, Howard County Police Department. E. Stanley Jones Award. Outstanding Citizen Award, Baltimore County Chapter, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Community Service Award, Howard County Council. Community Service Award, Baltimore County Executive. Outstanding Young Men of America, Jaycees (twice a recipient).

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