Member, 2004 Women of Tomorrow Selection Committee of Maryland Commission for Women; Task Force to Study Retiree Health-Care Funding Options, 2005; Blue Ribbon Commission to Study Retiree Health-Care Funding Options, 2007-09; Commission to Study the Impact of Immigrants in Maryland, 2008-12; Maryland Commission on Suicide Prevention, 2010-13; Maryland Financial Consumer Protection Commission, 2017-19.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, July 1, 1960. Attended Notre Dame Preparatory School, Towson, Maryland; College of Notre Dame of Maryland, B.A. (business administration & management), 1983; University of Baltimore (accounting & auditing studies), 1986-87. Accountant and auditor. Sales associate, Valley Motors, Inc., 1983-85. Loan counselor, First Financial Federal Credit Union, 1985-86. Private banking account executive, Bank of Baltimore, 1987-88 (assistant banking manager, 1986-87). Staff accountant, Ira J. Sugar & Associates, 1988-89. Corporate reporting and analysis account control officer, MNC Financial, Inc., 1993-94 (staff auditor, internal audit division, 1990-93; accountant II, finance division, 1989-90). Finance Operations Officer, Bob Ehrlich for Congress Committee, 1995-97. Finance Operations Officer and Treasurer, Bob Ehrlich for Maryland Committee, 1997-2002. Member, North Central Republican Club, 1990-99 (past treasurer & vice-president); Baltimore County Republican Central Committee, 1994-98 (alternate, 1998-). Alternate delegate, Republican Party National Convention, 1996. Member, Loch Raven Watershed Coalition; Shepherd's Knoll Condominium Association; Historic Hampton, Inc.; Women's Committee of Hampton. Past treasurer, Wakefield Improvement Association. Advocate, Cardinal's Lenten Appeal. Casper R. Taylor, Jr. Founder's Award, House of Delegates, 2017. Married; two children.
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