[photo, Herman L. Taylor, Jr., State Delegate] HERMAN L. TAYLOR, JR.
Democrat, District 14, Montgomery County

Member of House of Delegates, January 8, 2003 to January 12, 2011. Member, Economic Matters Committee, 2003-11 (banking, economic development, science & technology subcommittee, 2003-06; business regulation subcommittee, 2003-11; public utilities work group, 2003-07; public utilities subcommittee, 2007-11; chair, unemployment insurance subcommittee, 2007-11). Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Unemployment Insurance Oversight, 2007-11. Member, Joint Technology Oversight Committee, 2003-07. Member, Bi-County Agency Committee, Montgomery County Delegation, 2009-11 (bi-county committee, 2003-07; washington suburban sanitary commission matters committee, 2007-09). Member, Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus, 2003-11. Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2003-11 (historian, 2003-04; secretary, 2004-06; 2nd vice-chair, 2007-08; chair, economic development committee, 2007-11; member, legislative review committee, 2009-11). Member, Maryland Veterans Caucus, 2005-11; Steering Committee, Maryland Democratic Business Caucus, 2005-11. Member, National Conference of State Legislatures (energy & electric utilities committee, 2005-07; agriculture, environment & energy committee, 2007-08; agriculture & energy committee, 2008-11; environment committee, 2008-11).

Member, Task Force on Lending Equity within Financial Institutions Providing State Depository Services, 2005.

Born in Silver Spring, Maryland, December 9, 1966. President and Chief Executive Officer, Deskmate Office Products, 1989-. Past member, Business Council and Finance Council, Democratic National Committee. Past member, Silver Spring Redevelopment Steering Committee. Past member, Maryland Advisory Board, Capital Bank; Advisory Board, FCNB Bank. Past member, Executive Committee, Wall Street Project, Rainbow Push Coalition; Board of Directors, National Coalition of Minority Businesses. Board of Directors, Smithsonian Anacostia Museum; Center for African-American History and Culture. Board of Trustees, Washington Adventist Hospital Foundation (past president); Olney Theatre; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington; The Arc (formerly Association for Retarded Citizens). Named one of 50 Leaders of Tomorrow, Ebony, 1995. Top Forty under 40 Award, The Washington Metropolitan, 2002. Excellence in Education Award, State Department of Education, 2003. Legislator of the Month, Center for Policy Alternatives, 2004. Public Service Award, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 2008. Legislator of the Year, Washington DC, Building and Construction Trades Council, 2008. Member, St. John the Baptist Catholic Community Church, Silver Spring.

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