Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Margaret H. Murphy
MSA SC 3520-12280

Biography:

Born in Baltimore, Maryland.  Attended Baltimore public schools; Coppin State College, B.S., 1952, M.A. equivalent 1977; Morgan State University.  Three children.

General Assembly:
House of Delegates, Legislative District 41 (D), Baltimore City, 1978-95.  Member, Environmental Matters Committee; Joint Committee on Federal Relations.  Chair, Baltimore City delegation, 1989-92; Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review.  Secretary, Maryland Legislative Black Caucus; Women Legislators of Maryland.

Private Career and Other Public Service:
Retired educational associate, Office of English and Library Services, Baltimore City Public Schools.  Member, Medical Transplant Study Commission, 1984-85.  Governor's Advisory Council on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 1987-91.  Governor's Council on Substance Abuse, Tuberculosis, and AIDS, 1994-95.  Member, Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee, 1978-present.  Board chair, Vanguard Political Organization, Inc.  Member, Ethland Avenue Neighborhood Association; Forrest Park Golf Course Neighborhood Association; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Lambda Kappa Mu; Ten Plus Social Club; Joyettes Social Club; Public School Teachers Association; National Education Association; Red Cross; NAACP.  Board member, Threshold, Inc.

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