Member, Task Force to Study Group Home Education and Placement Practices, 2007-08; Oyster Advisory Commission, 2007-12. Co-Chair, Task Force on the Membership and Operation of the Baltimore County Board of Education, 2011. Member, Task Force on Sustainable Growth and Wastewater Disposal, 2011; Joint Legislative and Executive Commission on Oversight of Public-Private Partnerships, 2011-12; Maryland Sustainable Growth Commission, 2011- (co-chair, neighborhood stabilization & homeownership work group, 2014); Maryland Agricultural Nonpoint Trading Advisory Committee, 2012-15; Maryland Smart Growth Investment Fund Work Group, 2013-14. Co-Chair, Maryland Pesticide Reporting and Information Work Group, 2013-15. Member, Phosphorus Management Tool Transition Advisory Committee, 2015-; Maryland Water Quality Trading Advisory Committee, 2016-; Task Force to Study Bicycle Safety on Maryland Highways, 2017-.
Member, Commission on Indian Affairs, 1976-80; Human Relations Commission, Baltimore County, 1989-90; Planning Board, Baltimore County, 1990-95; State Commission on Neighborhoods, 1995-96.
Manager, Neighborhood Revitalization, Office of Community Conservation, Baltimore County, 1995-99. Director, Special Projects and Planning, Division of Neighborhood Revitalization, Department of Housing and Community Development, 1999-2003. Director of Special Projects, Department of Planning and Zoning, Howard County, 2008-15 (deputy director, 2003-08).
Born in Washington, DC, February 28, 1949. University of Maryland College Park, B.A. (american studies), 1971; Bowling Green State University, M.A. (american studies), 1972; Towson State University, teacher's certificate (secondary education), 1977. Teacher (mathematics & social studies), Baltimore City Public Schools, 1974-78. Executive director & assistant director, Baltimore American Indian Center, Inc., 1978-80. University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 1983. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1983. Attorney, William J. Blondell, Jr., Chartered, 1983-89. General Counsel, Public Justice Center, Inc., 1989-90. Attorney, Irwin M. Sussman, P.A., 1990-92; Margolis Pritzker & Epstein, P.A., 1992-95. President, Towson Transit Management Association, 1988-89. Community representative, Greater Towson Council of Community Associations, 1986-97 (president, 1989-91; vice-president, 1987-88). President, Community Assistance Network, 1991-92 (board member, 1988-93). Board of Directors, East Towson Coalition, Inc., 1993-95. Board of Trustees, Timothy House, Inc. (senior citizen housing), 1993-2000 (president, 1996-2000). Steering committee member, Citizens Planning and Housing Association on the Region, 1996-2000. Member, Baltimore County Democratic Central Committee, 1997-98. Chair, Community Conservation Committee, The Towson Partnership, 1998-2001 (board of directors, 1992-96). Board of Directors, Pro Bono Counseling Project, 1999-2001. President, Central Baltimore County Democratic Club, 1999-2003. Member, Towson Commercial Revitalization Task Force, 2003. Board of Directors, Save A Neighborhood, Inc., 2003-05. Founding Board member, NeighborSpace of Baltimore County, Inc., 2003-06. Board of Directors, Rebuilding Together in Howard County, 2004-06. Steering Committee, Tomorrow's Towson, 2005-; Towson Urban Design Assistance Team, 2006-. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 2016. Advisory Board, Maryland Center for Character Education. Municipal Super Star, Maryland Municipal League, 2009 (certificate of appreciation, 2008, 2010). Maryland Legislative Champion Award, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 2009.
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