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Maryland Manual 1994-1995 Department Secretaries /179


NANCY S. GRASMICK, State Superintendent of Schools since 1991. Born in
Baltimore, Maryland. Maryland State Teachers College at Towson, B.S., 1961; Gallaudet
University, M.S., 1965; The Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D., 1979. Principal, Chatsworth
School, 1974-78. Assistant Superintendent, Baltimore County Public Schools, 1978-85
(Associate Superintendent, 1985-89). Special Secretary for Children, Youth, and Families,
1989—. Secretary of Juvenile Services, 1991. Professional Advisory Board, Metropolitan
Baltimore Association of Learning Disabled Children. President, Child Care Foundation.
Chair, Advisory Council, The Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies. Phi
Delta Kappa, The Johns Hopkins University. Board of Directors, Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra. Humanitarian Award, March of Dimes, 1990. National Educational
Administrator of the Year Award, 1992. Vernon E. Anderson Distinguished Lecture Award,
University of Maryland, 1992. Distinguished Alumna of the Year, The Johns Hopkins
University, 1992. Office address: 200 West Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21201; tel. (410)


DAVID A. C. CARROLL, Secretary of the Environment since 1993. Born in Wilson,
North Carolina, July 25, 1946. Rhode Island School of Design, B.A. (fine arts), 1969;
B.L.A. (landscape architecture), 1970. Coastal Resource and Environmental Planner,
Baltimore City Planning Department, 1974-80; Chief of Coastal Resource Planning,
1980-85. Environment and Development Liaison, Baltimore Mayor's Office, 1985-87.
Chesapeake Bay Coordinator, Governor's Office, 1987-93. Chairman, Maryland's Coastal
Resources Advisory Committee, 1983-84. Board member, Baltimore Harbor Endowment,
1985-90. Vestry member, St.. Mary's Episcopal Church. Advisor and board member,
Waterfront Center, Washington, DC, 1982—. Chairman of Principal Staff Committee,
Chesapeake Bay Executive Council, 1991-92, 1992-93. Chair, steering committee, 2nd
international conference on Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas.
Chairman, Asbestos Oversight Committee. Board member, Chesapeake Bay Trust; World
Trade Center Institute. Member, Governor's International Cabinet; Appalachian Low-Level
Radioactive Waste Commission; Northeast Ozone Transport Commission. Member, Lead
Paint Poisoning Commission; State Council on Cancer Control. Office addresss: 2500
Broening Highway, Baltimore, MD 21224; tel. (410) 631-3084.


MARTIN W. WALSH, JR., Secretary of General Services since 1991. Born in Jersey
City, New Jersey, April 25,1939. Attended St. Peter's Preparatory School, Jersey City, New
Jersey; U.S. Military Academy, West Point, B.S., 1961; Iowa State University, M.S. (civil
engineering), 1966; Army Command and General Staff College, 1971; Naval War College,
1982. Served in Vietnam, 1967-68, and 1969-70, as combat engineer company commander
and construction battalion operations officer. Engineer fiscal planner and programmer, U.S.
Army, Europe, at Heidelberg, Germany, 1976-78. Commander, 8th Armored Engineer
Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division, Ft. Hood, Texas, 1978-81. Facilities Engineer, 1982-83,
and Commander, 1983-84, Aberdeen Proving Ground. Commander and District Engineer,
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, 1984-87. Awarded Legion of Merit (2);
Bronze Star Medal (4); Vietnam Service Medal—six campaigns. First Secretary of the
Environment, 1987-91. Member, American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American
Military Engineers (past president, Baltimore Post, 1985-86). Government Engineer of the
Year, Greater Baltimore Engineer Council, 1986-87; Engineer of the Year, Maryland Society
of Professional Engineers, 1986-87. State Engineer of the Year, Baltimore Chapter of
National Society of Professional Engineers, 1990. Office address: 301 West Preston St.,
Baltimore, MD 21201; tel. (410) 225-4960.


NELSON J. SABATBNI, Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene since 1991. Born in
Rochester, New York, January 20, 1940. Lewis College, B.A. (psychology); George
Washington University, graduate work in public administration. Within federal Sodal
Security Administration: Deputy Director, Office of Disability Programs, 1979-81; Senior
Executive Officer for Commissioner of Social Security, 1981-82; Associate Commissioner,
Office of Management, Budget, and Personnel, 1982-86; Deputy Commissioner for
Management and Assessment, 1986-88 (Acting Deputy Commissioner, 1983-86). Within
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene: Deputy Secretary for Health Care
Policy, Finance, and Regulation, 1988-91; Acting Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene,
February-April 1991. Presidential Rank Award of Meritorious Executives, 1984. Exemplary
Senior Executive Service Performance Award, U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, 1986. Citation for Outstanding Service on Behalf of Children, Maryland Chapter,
American Academy of Pediatridans, 1989. Distinguished Marylander Award, Ad and
Professional Club of Baltimore, 1993. Adjunct Faculty, Department of Health Policy and
Management, The Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health. Office
address: 201 West Preston St., Suite 500, Baltimore, MD 21201; tel. (410) 225-6505.

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