[photo, Vernon E. Crider, City Council, Baltimore, Maryland] VERNON E. CRIDER
Member, City Council (Democrat), 2007

Member, City Council, Baltimore, April 16 to December 6, 2007 (representing District 13). Member, Budget and Appropriations Committee, 2007; Education, Housing, Health and Human Services Committee, 2007; Judiciary and Legislative Investigations Committee, 2007.

Former member, Mayor's Advisory Board of Mental Health, Baltimore City.

Attended Dunbar High School; Towson University, B.A. (business management); University of Maryland, College Park, M.A. (special education), 1997. Served in U.S. Marine Corps; U.S. Air Force Reserves. Teacher and Administrator, Harford County School System. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 1998. Member, Harford County Association of Black Educators; Black Professional Men, Inc.; Eastside Neighborhood Association; Eastside Democratic Organization. Former treasurer, Baltimore City Young Democrats. Former member, Board of Directors, East Baltimore Medical Center. Member, Zion Baptist Church. Married; one child.

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