Member of Senate, January 13, 1999 to January 8, 2003. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 1999-2003; Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 1999-2003; Joint Committee on Welfare Reform, 1999-2003. Chair, Rules Committee, 2001-03. Member, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus, 1999-2003 (co-chair, legislative committee, 2000; member, state budget committee, 2000, civil rights committee, 2000-03, redistricting committee, 2000-03).
Member, Governor's Task Force on African-American Entrepreneurship in Baltimore City, 1999-2002; State Commission on Criminal Sentencing Policy, 2000-03.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 16, 1962. Attended Baltimore Polytechnic Institute; University of Maryland College Park; Morgan State University. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 1982-94. Member, Young Democrats of Baltimore, 1982- (president, 1982-84). Vice-President, Young Democrats of Maryland, 1985. Sergeant at Arms, Young Democrats of America, 1984-85. Advance staff for Mondale Presidential Campaign, 1984. A leader in Operation Drug-out, a program that visited all high schools in Baltimore City, 1985-90 (recognized by CBS Evening News for its work with young people). Regional Director, New Entrepreneurship, a youth entrepreneurship training program, 1986-90. Radio show host, The C4 Show (WBAL-AM), 2007-. Award for downtown advocacy, Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, 2000.
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