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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

of State Superintendent of Schools; Susan
Kleinberg, Ph.D., designee of Special Secretary
for Children, Youth, & Families.

Ex officio (nonvoting): Diane K. Ebberts,
Director, Office for Individuals with
Disabilities

Counsel: Margaret Ann Nolan, Office of
Attorney General

CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES REFORM
INITIATIVE

Donna Stark, Ph.D., Director . . (410) 333-4285

PROJECT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chairperson: Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D.,
Special Secretary for Children, Youth, &
Families ............. (410) 225-4160

Appointed by Governor: Robert C. Embry, Jr.;
Linda A. Harris; John M. Hodge-Williams,
Ed.D.; Barbara A. Hoffman; Nancy K. Kopp;
Susan P. Leviton; Robert H. Mason; David B.
Mitchell; Audrey F. Moore; Marion W. Pines;
Joseph T. Puhalla; Howard P. Rawlings;
Donna Stark; Carl W. Struever; Decatur W.
Trotter.

PREVENTION & EARLY INTERVENTION
FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

Carol Ann Baglin, Executive Director
......................
(410) 333-8100

MARYLAND STATE INTERAGENCY
COORDINATING COUNCIL
Michael Bender, Ph.D., Co-Chairperson, 1996
Katharine Kahoe Cooper, Co-Chairperson,
1995

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice &
consent:
Marilee C. Allen, M.D.; Linda
Ebersole; Diane Gordy; Patricia A. Mulford;
Janice Piccinini; Richard J. Steinke. Terms
expire 1994.

Paula J. Beckman; Robert McKee Jones;
Marsha Oliver-Pattinson; Martha J. Roulette;
Margaret E. Williams. Terms expire 1995.

Joyce R. Bergstein; Mona L. Freedman, R.N.;
Polly B. Harrison, M.D.; Ethel A. Murray;
John M. Ryan, M.D. Terms expire 1996.

STATE COMMISSION ON INFANT
MORTALITY PREVENTION
Carol Ann Baglin, Director . (410) 333-8100
Samuel C. Schwab, Chairperson, 1994

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Harold
T. Elberfeld, M.D., 1994; Harvey R. Gold,
M.D., 1994; Orville A. Wright, 1994; Marion
C. Crenshaw, Jr., M.D., 1995; Preston M.
Gazaway III, M.D., 1995; Bernard Guyer,
M.D., 1995; Paula B. McLellan, 1995; Robert
D. Brodell, M.D.. 1996; Eileen
Ehudin-Pagano, 1996; John M. Ryan, M.D.,
1996; Lucy Ritter Skeen, 1996; Michele
Prumo; Susan J. Tucker.

Nominated by Senate President: Barbara A.
Hoffman

Nominated by House Speaker: Marsha G. Perry

Ex officio: Nancy S. Grasmick, Ph.D., Special
Secretary for Children, Youth, & Families;
Russell W. Moy, M.D., designee of Secretary of
Health & Mental Hygiene; Carolyn W. Colvin,
Secretary of Human Resources; Ann Mulligan,
Executive Director, Governor's Council on
Adolescent Pregnancy.

INFANTS & TODDLERS PROGRAM
...................... (410) 333-8100

Constitutional Offices & Agencies /147

OFFICE OF CHILD CARE COORDINATION
.......................(410) 333-8100

HEAD START COLLABORATION NETWORK
.......................(410) 333-8100

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES
PROJECT
.......................(410) 333-8100

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON ADOLESCENT
PREGNANCY

Ann Mulligan, Executive Director (410) 333-0270
Quentin R. Lawson, Chairperson, 1995

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Carolyn
G. Billingsley, 1992; Kia J. Coleman, 1993; Kanika
K. Peoples, 1993; Hal Donofrio, 1994; Dr. Alain
Joffe, 1994; Vivian I. Washington, 1994; Vanessa
E. Cullins, M.D., 1995; Susan O. Davis, 1995;
Allen A. Herman, M.D., 1995; Linda S.
Thompson, Ph.D., 1995; Ruth M. Kirk.

Ex officio: Charles L. Benton, Jr., Secretary of
Budget & Fiscal Planning; Mark L. Wasserman,
Secretary of Economic & Employment
Development; Nelson J. Sabatini, Secretary of
Health & Mental Hygiene; Carolyn W. Colvin,
Secretary of Human Resources; Nancy S.
Grasmick, Ph.D., State Superintendent of Schools
& Special Secretary for Children, Youth, &
Families.

The Office for Children, Youth, and Families
originated as the Office for Children and Youth in
1978 (Chapter 426, Acts of 1978). The Office was
reorganized under its current name in 1990 (Chap-
ter 419, Acts of 1990). The Office helps agencies,
local governments, and organizations to carry out
their responsibilities for children and youth effec-
tively and economically. The Office also helps fami-
lies and the general public learn about programs
and services for children and youth.
The Special Secretary for Children, Youth, and
Families oversees the general policy for children,
youth, and family services in Maryland. That policy
is to promote a stable, safe and healthy environment
for children and families. As head of the Office for
Children, Youth, and Families, the Special Secretary
coordinates the work of government agencies to
provide care through prevention, early interven-
tion, and community services with priority given to
children and families most at risk.
The Special Secretary evaluates public and pri-
vate programs, services, and plans for children and
their families to identify duplications and gaps in
service delivery, program resources, inefficiencies,
and unmet needs. For programs and services affect-
ing children and their families, the Special Secretary
analyzes departmental plans and budget requests;
reviews federal, State, local and private funds used
by and available to the State; identifies and collates
relevant Governor's budget items; issues impact
statements; and makes planning and expenditure
recommendations annually to the Governor by
September 15th and to appropriate department
heads as needed.

 



 
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