NANCY M. HUBERS
Democrat, District 6, Baltimore County & Harford County
Member of House of Delegates, January 13, 1999 to January 8, 2003. Member, Appropriations Committee, 1999-2003 (education & economic development subcommittee, 1999-2003; oversight committee on pensions, 1999-2003; oversight committee on personnel, 1999-2003). Member, Women Legislators of Maryland, 1999-2003 (member, legislative committee, 2001-03).
Board of Trustees, Baltimore County Community Colleges, 1981-95 (chair, 1992-94). Member, School Board Nominating Convention of Baltimore County, 1996-97. Member, Study Panel to Review Economic Development Financing Programs, 1999; Council on Management and Productivity, 2000-03; Environmental Noise Advisory Council, 2002-03.
Born in High Point, North Carolina. Real estate agent and vice-president, Back and Middle River Realty Company, 1975-. Life member, Community Relations Council, Essex Police Precinct 11. Board of Directors, Essex Community College Foundation, 1983-. Vice-President, Essex Revitalization and Community Corporation, 1995-; Bowley's Quarters Improvement Association, 1996-. Board of Directors, Essex-Middle River Civic Council, 1995-; Middle River Volunteer Ambulance Rescue Company, 1997-; Essex Day Festival, Inc., 1997-. Member, Restoration Advisory Board, Aberdeen Proving Ground, 1996-97. President, Essex Middle River Chamber of Commerce, 1997-98 (vice-president, 1996-97). National Leadership Award, American Association of Community College Trustees, 1994. Resolution, Baltimore County Executive, proclaiming Nancy Hubers Day, May 17, 1995. Honorary A.A. degree, Essex Community College, 1995. Alberta Pugh Memorial Community Service Award, Essex-Middle River Civic Council, 1996-97. President's Award, Essex-Middle River Chamber of Commerce, 1998. Married; three children; five grandchildren.
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