ELLEN WILLIS MILLER
Democrat, District 5, Carroll County
Member of House of Delegates, 1996-99, representing District 5 (Carroll County). Member, Appropriations Committee, 1996-99 (education & economic development subcommittee; oversight committee on pensions). Member, Women Legislators of Maryland, 1996-99.
Member, Advisory Task Force on Governmental Administration, City of Westminster, 1990; Board of Education Task Force on School Improvement, Carroll County, 1990. Member, Advisory Commission on Manufacturing Competitiveness, 1998-99. Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training, Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, 1998-2003. Member, Task Force to Study the Effectiveness of the State's Enterprise Zone Program, 1999; State Use Industries Management Council, 1999-2003.
Born in Westminster, Maryland, October 16, 1947. Attended St. John's High School, Westminster, Maryland; University of Maryland College Park, B.A., magna cum laude, 1972; College of Notre Dame of Maryland, M.A. (management), 1994. Executive Secretary, Westminster Town Center Corporation, 1977-83. Job Development Coordinator, Carroll County Employment and Training Program, 1983-85. Assistant Director, Department of Economic Development, Carroll County, 1985-86. Coordinator of Programs for Business and Industry, 1986-94, and Director of Business and Industry Training, 1994-98, Carroll Community College. Board of Directors, Union National Bank Board, 1995-. Board of Directors, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, 1986-90. Vice-President, Board of Managers, Carroll County Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), 1989, 1990 (chair, government relations committee, 1990). Member, Carroll County Democratic State Central Committee, 1986-90, 1991-94 (chair, 1986-89). Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1988. National and State trainer, American Cancer Society, 1979-84 (Maryland State chair for daffodil day, 1980, 1981). Chair, Auction for the Arts, Carroll County Arts Council, 1981, 1982. Married; two children.
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