Appointed by Governor to 4-year terms: Kenneth Venick, 2013; Wilson H. Parran, 2014; Courtney A. Thomas, 2015; Sheldon K. Caplis, 2016; Robin McKinney, 2016; Margaret O. Woodside, 2016; Ethel Hossendorf, 2017; Allen C. Cox, 2018; Bruce H. Lubich, Ph.D., 2018; E. Laura Eacho, 2019; Lauren Jo Shipley, 2019; Jan Moylan Wagner, 2020.
Appointed by Senate President: Ronald N. Young
Appointed by House Speaker: Alonzo T. Washington
217 East Redwood St., Baltimore, Maryland, August 2015. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Staff: Sue Rogan
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217 East Redwood St., Suite 1500, Baltimore, MD 21202
In October 2012, the Financial Education and Capability Commission was formed (Chapter 520, Acts of 2012). The Commission monitors public and private initiatives to improve the financial education and capabilities of Marylanders. Also, the Commission recommends how State agencies can coordinate financial education and capability efforts. In addition, since October 2014, the Commission has been mandated to encourage financial education events and activities to highlight April as Financial Education Month (Chapter 265, Acts of 2014).
The Commission consists of twenty-three members. Eleven are appointed by the Governor, two by the Senate President, two by the House Speaker, and eight serve ex officio. Effective October 2016, the Governor is mandated to appoint an additional member (Chapter 265, Acts of 2014; Chapter 187, Acts of 2016; Code State Government Article, sec. 9-803).
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