MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND

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[photo, Valerie Ervin, County Council, Montgomery County, Maryland] VALERIE ERVIN
Member, County Council (Democrat), 2006-14

Member, County Council, Montgomery County, representing District 5, 2006 to January 3, 2014 (vice-president, 2009-10; president, December 7, 2010 to December 6, 2011). Resigned January 3, 2014. Chair, Education Committee, 2008-14 (member, 2006-14). Member, Transportation and Environment Committee, 2006-08; Management and Fiscal Policy Committee, 2008-10; Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee, 2010-14.

Board of Trustees, Chesapeake Bay Trust, 2008-12. Board of Directors, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 2011-14. Member, Pedestrian, Bicycle and Traffic Safety Advisory Committee, Montgomery County, 2012-14.


Chief of Staff to President, Montgomery County Council, 2002-06. Member, Superintendent's Committee on Gifted and Talented Education, Montgomery County, 2003; Collaboration Council for Children, Youth and Families, Montgomery County, 2004-06. Board of Education, Montgomery County, 2004-06 (chair, research & evaluation committee).

Member, Task Force to Ensure Retirement Security for All Marylanders, 2014-15.

University of Baltimore, B.S. (labor studies), 1999; M.P.A. (public administration), 2001. Project coordinator, Faculty, and Organizing Chair, George Meany Center for Labor Studies (now National Labor College), 1995-2002. Vice-President for Student Services & Operations, National Labor College, Silver Spring, 2001-02. Executive Director, Center for Working Families, 2014-15. Member, Coalition of Labor Union Women, 1986-2002; United Association for Labor Education, 1995-2002; Montgomery Women, 2000-14; Montgomery County Education Forum, 2000-14 (founding member); Maryland Association of Counties, 2006-14; National Association of Counties, 2006-14. Founding member, Blacks United for Excellence in Education, 2002. President, Parent-Teacher-Student Association, Montgomery Blair High School, 2003. Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP parents council, 2000-05); National Congress of Black Women, Montgomery County, 2004-06; African American Democratic Club, 2004-06. Faculty, Institute for Change, Service Employees International Union, 2004-05. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 2016. Educator of the Year, Montgomery County African-American Chamber of Commerce, 2005. Community Leader of the Year, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, 2006. Phenomenal Woman Award, Community Bridges, 2007. Wonder Women, Bethesda Magazine, 2007. Maryland's Top 100 Women, Daily Record, 2008, 2012. Washington's 100 Most Powerful Women, Washingtonian Magazine, 2011. Phyllis Campbell Newsome Public Policy Leadership Award, Center for Nonprofit Advancement, 2013. Member, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Rockville. Two sons; two grandchildren.

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