[photo, Kendl P. Philbrick, Maryland Secretary of the Environment] KENDL P. PHILBRICK
Secretary of the Environment, 2004-07

Secretary of the Environment, March 5, 2004 to January 17, 2007. Acting Secretary of the Environment May 12, 2003 to March 5, 2004. Deputy Secretary of the Environment, January 31 to May 12, 2003.

Member, Environmental Restoration and Development Task Force, 2003; Governor's Pesticide Council, 2003; Executive Committee, Maryland Terrorism Forum, 2003; Task Force to Study the Economic Development of the Maryland Seafood and Aquaculture Industries, 2003-04; Advisory Committee on the Management and Protection of the State's Water Resources, 2003-04; Maryland Security Council, 2003-05; Task Force to Study Pinhole Leaks in Copper Plumbing, 2003-05; Maryland Military Installation Strategic Planning Council, 2003-06.

Kendl P. Philbrick, Secretary of the Environment, 2003. Photo by Richard Lippenholz.

Member, Governor's Executive Council, 2003-07; Governor's Council on the Chesapeake Bay (Governor's Chesapeake Bay Cabinet), 2003-07; Smart Growth Subcabinet, 2003-07. Chair, Asbestos Oversight Committee, 2003-07. Co-Chair, Interagency Nutrient Reduction Oversight Committee, 2003-07. Member, Chesapeake Bay Trust, 2003-07; Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays, 2003-07; Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities, 2003-07; Maryland Advisory Commission on Manufacturing Competitiveness, 2003-07; Interdepartmental Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs, 2003-07; Pesticide Advisory Committee, 2003-07; Scenic and Wild Rivers Review Board, 2003-07; State Soil Conservation Committee, 2003-07; Appalachian States Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission, 2003-07 (vice-chair, 2004-07); Ozone Transport Commission, 2003-07; State Advisory Council on Water Security and Sewerage Systems, 2004. Chair, Susquehanna River Basin Commission, 2004-05. Member, Bay Restoration Fund Advisory Committee, 2004-07; Task Force on Traffic Capacity Across the Chesapeake Bay, 2005-06; Governor's Subcabinet for International Affairs, 2005-07; Renewable Fuels Incentive Board, 2005-07. Chair, Interstate Air Quality Council, 2005-07. Member, Governor's Intergovernmental Commission for Agriculture, 2006-07; Homeland Security Senior Policy Group, 2006-07; Maryland Military Installation Council, 2006-07.

Born in Logan, West Virginia in 1942. University of Richmond, B.S. (business administration), 1964; University of Chicago, M.B.A., 1978. Director of Corporate Real Estate, American Can Company, 1980-86. Director of Corporate Real Estate, Colgate Palmolive Company, 1986-92. Executive Vice-President, LMC Properties (a subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corp.), 1992-2002. Married.

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