AUDREY E. SCOTT
Secretary of Planning, 2003-07
Secretary of Planning, March 5, 2003 to January 17, 2007. Acting Secretary of Planning, January 16 to March 5, 2003.
Member, Governor's Executive Council, 2003-07; Governor's Council on the Chesapeake Bay (Governor's Chesapeake Bay Cabinet), 2003-07. Vice-Chair, Smart Growth Subcabinet, 2003-07.
Audrey E. Scott, Secretary of Planning, 2003.
Member, Environmental Restoration and Development Task Force, 2003; Task Force to Study the Maryland Heritage Structure Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program, 2003; Governor's Commission on Hispanic Affairs, 2003; Governor's Commission to Study Poverty in Maryland, 2003; Development Capacity Task Force, 2003-04; State Information Technology Board, 2003-04; Task Force to Study Public School Facilities, 2003-04; Advisory Committee on the Management and Protection of the State's Water Resources, 2003-04. Chair, Task Force to Study the Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation, 2003-04. Member, Subcabinet for Children, Youth, and Families, 2003-05; Advisory Council for Port Land-Use Development, 2003-05; Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays, 2003-07; Community Legacy Board, 2003-07; Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities, 2003-07; Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, 2003-07; Maryland Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 2003-07; Governor's Commission on Housing Policy, 2003-07 (chair, land use & housing subcommittee); Interdepartmental Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs, 2003-07; Patuxent River Commission, 2003-07; Rural Legacy Board, 2003-07; Scenic and Wild Rivers Review Board, 2003-07; Interagency Committee on School Construction, 2003-07; State Highway Access Valuation Board, 2003-07; Advisory Committee on Transportation Goals, Benchmarks, and Indicators, 2003-07; Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, 2003-07; State Advisory Council on Water Security and Sewerage Systems, 2004; Task Force to Study the Dynamics of Elderly and Retiree Migration Into and Out of Maryland, 2004-06; Bay Restoration Fund Advisory Committee, 2004-07; Interagency Disabilities Board, 2004-07. Chair, Annexation Workgroup, 2005. Chair, Governor's Task Force on Workforce Housing, 2005-06. Member, Task Force on Traffic Capacity Across the Chesapeake Bay, 2005-06; Governor's Commission for Protecting the Chesapeake Bay through Sustainable Forestry, 2005-07; Advisory Committee for the Jefferson Patterson Historical Park and Museum, 2005-07. Board of Trustees, Maryland Agricultural Land Preservation Foundation, 2005-07. Chair, Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, 2005-07. Chair, Maryland Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, 2005-07. Member, Governor's Intergovernmental Commission for Agriculture, 2006-07; Maryland Military Installation Council, 2006-07; State Coordinating Committee for Human Services Transportation, 2006-07. Chair, Maryland Advisory Committee on Historic Agricultural Structure Preservation, 2006-07.
Member, Board of Trustees, Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund, 2015-.
Member, Bowie City Council, 1975. Mayor, City of Bowie, 1976-82. Special assistant in community planning & development, then general deputy assistant secretary, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1981-91. Member, Prince George's County Council, representing 4th Council District, 1994-2002 (vice-chair, 2001; liaison, board of education, 1995-2002; liaison, prince george's county municipal association, 1995-2002; member, transportation, housing & the environment committee, chair, 2002; member, health, education & human services committee, chair, 2002).
Tufts University, B.A. (English), 1957; George Washington University, M.A. (legislative affairs), 1989. Former public school teacher; also taught in France and Japan under Overseas Teachers' Division, U.S. Dept. of Defense. Chair, Board of Directors, Bowie Health Center/Dimensions Healthcare System, 1970-94. Member, Maryland Municipal League, 1976- (president, 1979). Executive Director, National Capital Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 1991-94 (board of directors, 1976-91). Delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1996, 2000, 2012. Chair, Maryland Republican Party, 2009-10. Woman of Distinction, Soroptimist International of Bowie-Crofton, 2003. Inducted into Maryland Women's Hall of Fame, 2007. Civic Leadership Award, Community Foundation for Prince George's County, 2007. Married; four sons.
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