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180 /Department Secretaries Maryland Manual 1994-1995


JACQUELINE H. ROGERS, Secretary of Housing and Community Development
since 1987. University of California at Santa Barbara, B.A., 1963, Yale University, M.A.,
1965, Ph.D., 1972. Woodrow Wilson Scholar, 1963-64. Director, Montgomery County
Office of Community Development, 1976-79. Acting Director, Montgomery County
Office of Housing, 1979. Director, Montgomery County Department of Housing and
Community Development, 1980. Director, Montgomery County Office of Management
and Budget, 1980-87. Responsible for first budget ever to receive recognition for excellence
in two categories simultaneously from the Government Finance Officers Association (FY
1986). Member, numerous gubernatorial commissions. Past president, vice-president, and
board member of the National Association of Counties, Community Development
Director's Affiliate. Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland Graduate School of Public
Affairs, 1986—. Office address: 100 Community Place, Crownsville, MD 21032; tel. (410)


CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Secretary of Human Resources since 1989. Born in Arnold,
Maryland, May 27, 1942. Attended Wiley H. Bates High School, Annapolis; Morgan State
University, B.S. (business administration), 1971, M.B.A., 1973. Held progressively
responsible positions with the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community
Development, 1969-74. Project Director, Title VII Nutrition Project for the Elderly,
Baltimore City Health Department, 1974-76. Deputy Director, Neighborhood Services
Administration, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development,
1976-78. Chief of Home Health, Constant Care Community Health Center, 1979.
Executive Director, Neighborhood Adolescent and Young Adult Drug Program, 1980-81.
Director of Administration and Management, Baltimore City Health Department, 1981-82.
Staff to U.S. Senator Paul S. Sarbanes, 1982-84. Deputy Commissioner, Baltimore City
Health Department, 1984-88. Deputy Campaign Manager, gubernatorial campaign for
William Donald Schaefer, 1986. Deputy Secretary of Human Resources, 1988-89. Office
address: 311 West Saratoga St., Baltimore, MD 21201; tel. (410) 333-0001.


MARY ANN WILLIN SAAR, Secretary of Juvenile Services since 1991. Born in Tallinn,
Estonia, December 23, 1940. University of Maryland College Park, B.A. (criminology),
1962; University of Maryland School of Law, LL.B., 1965. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1966.
Member, Maryland State Bar Association (dispute resolutions committee); Baltimore City
Bar Association; Women's Bar Association (past recording secretary). Probation officer,
Department of Juvenile Services, 1965-68. Assistant General Counsel, U.S. General Services
Administration, 1971-72. Deputy State's Attorney, Baltimore City, 1977-83 (Assistant
State's Attorney, 1972-77). Director, Mayor's Coordinating Council on Criminal Justice,
Baltimore City, 1983-87. Governor's Appointments Officer, 1987-88. Director of
Operations and Public Safety, Office of the Governor, 1987-91. Member, Governor's
Executive Council; Governor's Subcabinct for Cliildren, Youth, and Families; Work Force
Investment Board; State Advisory Board for Juvenile Services; Maryland Juvenile Justice
Advisory Council; Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission. Member, Maryland
Law Enforcement Officers Assoc.; Advertising Club of Baltimore (bd. of governors; chair,
scholarship fund; past treasurer). Member, Estonian Society (past vice-president). Trustee,
Baltimore Conference Pensions Fund, Inc. Board of Trustees, Lovely Lane United Methodist
Church. Office address: 321 Fallsway, Baltimore, MD 21202; tel. (410) 333-6751.


WILLIAM A. FOGLE, JR., Secretary of Licensing and Regulation since 1987. Born in
Connellsville, Pennsylvania, July 16, 1935. Resident of Dundalk since 1939. Dundalk High
School. U.S. Army, 1954-56. University of Baltimore, B.S. (industrial management), 1961.
Executive Assistant to Mayor William Donald Schaefer, Baltimore City, 1981-86 (managed
Baltimore City Central Garage; Hanover Bridge Marina; Meter Reading & Water Billing
System; Mayor's Criminal Justice Program; Mayor's Sister Cities Program). Member,
Community College Advisory Bd.; Advisory Committee, Blind Industries and Services of Md.
Member, Md. Children's Aid & Family Services, Supervisory Committee, Municipal
Employees Credit Union. Bd. of Directors, Babe Ruth Museum. Entertainment Chair,
Baltimore City Fair. Past pres., Md. Public Finance Officers; Managerial & Professional Society
of Baltimore; Old Dundalk Improvement Assoc.; Kiwanis Club of Dundalk. Member, Boumi
Temple; Chamber of Commerce; Masons. Created Heritage Fair Assoc., 1976. Harvard
Executive Program, 1993. Lecturer, The Johns Hopkins University; Morgan State University;
Essex and Dundalk Community Colleges. U.S. Presidential Citation of Appreciation for
Community Service; Mayor's Citation for Community Service, Baltimore City; Citation for
Community Service, Baltimore County; Citizen of the Year Award, Chamber of Commerce.
Office address: 501 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202; tel. (410) 333-6200.

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