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596 /Executive Commissions


Benjamin R. Civiletti, Esq., Chairperson
Rosetta M. Stith, Ph.D., Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair & vice-chair):
Georges C. Benjamin, M.D.; Calhoun Bond, Esq.;
Frederick D. D'Alessio; Dallas R. Evans; Dana M.
Jones; Susan P. Leviton, Esq.; Earl L. Linehan;
Charles F. Obrecht; Leonard R. Sachs; Harold A.
Smith; Constance Tolbert; Rev. Marcus G. Wood.

Appointed by Senate President: Barbara A. Hoffman
Appointed by House Speaker: Maggie L. McIntosh

Designated by Maryland Association of Local Social
Service Directors:
Patricia M. Mannion

Ex officio: Nelson J. Sabatini, Secretary of Health &
Mental Hygiene; Carolyn W. Colvin, Secretary of
Human Resources; Marion W. Pines, Chairperson,
Work Force Investment Board.

c/o Office of the Secretary
Dept. of Human Resources
311 West Saratoga St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 333-0001

The Governor established the Governor's Com-
mission on Welfare Policy in August 1992 (Execu-
tive Order 01.01.1992.17). The Commission is
developing a proposal to implement, operate, and
evaluate a comprehensive federal research and dem-
onstration project that will reform federal and State
programs of public assistance. Where heads of fami-
lies are employable, the Commission will consider
the feasiblity of limiting the period of economic
support while training for employment. After ex-
amining the "minimum living level" and "standard
of need," as defined by the Department of Human
Resources, the Commission will review all benefits
and services available to recipients of public assis-
tance, including federal and State programs for Aid
to Families with Dependent Children, and General
Public Assistance.
The Commission is to propose systems that reward
work and other efforts to promote self-sufficiency;
strengthen families and parental responsibility; high-
light the reciprocal obligations citizens have to one
another; and improve the way government serves
families and individuals. These comprehensive systems
are to modify, consolidate, or replace all forms of
means-tested benefits currently given to families.
While screening out those who are not in need, the
systems also must ensure ease of access.
The Commission is reviewing the following pub-
licly financed programs: Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children; Energy Assistance; Food
Stamps; and other nutrition assistance, such as the
Women, Infants, and Children Program, and the
School Lunch Program. The Commission also is
evaluating Housing Assistance; Emergency Assis-

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

tance; Child Support Payments and Enforcement
Services; Refugee Assistance; Homeless Cash As-
sistance; Child Care Assistance; Medical Assistance;
and all other forms of cash and noncash aid.
In October 1993, the Commission issued an
initial report entitled A Family Investment System:
Making Welfare Work.
The Commission is to submit
a final report by June 1994.


James E. Callahan, Executive Director

1100 North Eutaw St., Room 600
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 333-5606

BUDGET (CODE 23.25.00, formerly

.................. FY1992 ............... FY1993 ............... FY1994
Funds ............ (actual) .......... (actual) .......... (approp.)
General ....... $110,835 ..... $162,674. ..... $121,366
Federal. ....... $228,801 ..... $377,302. ..... $253,962
Reimbursable. . . $ 24,342 ..... $ 88,175. .............
Total Funds .... $363,978 ..... $628,151. ..... $375,328


Authorized. ........... 5 ........... 5. ............ 5
Contractual (FTE)...... 0 ........... 0. .............
Total Staff ............ 5 ........... 5. .............


Annual Report of Work Force Investment Board to
Governor & General Assembly.



J. Henry Butta, Chairperson, 1997

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Shaila R. Aery,
Ed.D.; Alvin C. Collins; Carolyn W. Colvin; Nancy S.
Grasmick, Ph.D.; Leo E. Green; Sheila E. Hixson; Mary
Ann Saar; John M. Wasilisin; Mark L. Wasserman. Terms
expire 1994.

Walter G. Amprey, Ed.D.; Leona C. Gruzynski, Ph.D.;
Linda A. Harris; Kenneth P. Reichard; Paul Richards;
Gilbert B. Schiffman, Ed.D.; H. K. Norman Wolske.
Terms expire 1995.

Rose Marie Coughlin; Patricia A. Ferrill; Robin Gerber;
Joan Kozlovsky, Ph.D.; Freddy L. Mitchell; Carl W. Stearn;
Carl W. Struever; Otis Warren, Jr.; Clemon H. Wesley, Jr.;
Joslyn N. Williams; one vacancy. Terms expire 1996.

William D. Boden; Ernest R. Grecco; Jacqueline C.
Hrabowski; William P. Kaczorowski; Dana M. Jones;
Edward A. Mohler; Marion W. Pines; G. William Troxler,
Ph.D.; James D. Tschechtelin, Ph.D. Terms expire 1997.

James E. Callahan .............. (410) 333-5606

The Work Force Investment Board originated as
the Governor's Employment and Training Council
in March 1983. The Governor created the Council
by Executive Order to be Maryland's job training
coordinating council under the federal Job Training
Partnership Act (P.L. 97-300). Later in 1983, the
Council was established by statute (Chapter 268,


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