[photo, Cheryl D. Glenn, Maryland State Delegate] CHERYL D. GLENN
Democrat, District 45, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates, representing District 45, Baltimore City, January 10, 2007 to December 18, 2019. Resigned December 18, 2019. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 2007-13 (ground rent work group, 2007; local government & bi-county subcommittee, 2007-10; housing & real property subcommittee, 2007-13; motor vehicle & transportation subcommittee, 2007-13). Deputy Majority Whip, 2011-13. Member, Economic Matters Committee, 2013-19 (consumer protection & commercial law subcommittee, 2015-18; workers' compensation subcommittee, 2015-18; chair, unemployment insurance subcommittee, 2015-18, member, 2015-19; chair, banking, consumer protection & commercial law subcommittee, 2019); Commission on Maryland Retirement Security and Savings, 2015-16; Joint Committee on Workers' Compensation Benefit and Insurance Oversight, 2015-18. House Chair, Joint Committee on Unemployment Insurance Oversight, 2015-18. Member, Protocol Committee, 2015-19. Vice-Chair, Rules and Executive Nominations Committee, 2019. Chair, Baltimore City Delegation, 2018-19 (fiscal subcommittee, 2007-19). Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2007-19 (2nd vice-chair, 2012-16; chair, 2016-18). Treasurer, Women Legislators of Maryland, 2015-16 (member, 2007-19; co-chair, legislative committee, 2011-13; executive board, at-large, 2015). Associate member, Maryland Legislative Latino Caucus, 2019.

Member, Task Force to Study Motor-Vehicle Towing Practices, 2008-09. Board of Directors, Maryland School for the Blind, 2009-16. Member, Work Group on Cancer Clusters and Environmental Causes of Cancer, 2013-14.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 27, 1951. Attended Baltimore City public schools; Western High School, Baltimore, Maryland; Community College of Baltimore County (paralegal studies); George Meany Institute (labor relations). Maryland Political Director, Mid-Atlantic Regional Council of Carpenters, 2004- (lobbyist, 2004-06). Personnel Officer, Baltimore City Public School System, 1974-88. President, City Union of Baltimore, 1988-96. Field representative and lobbyist, Baltimore Teachers Union, 1997-2003. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 2008, 2016. Past member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee. Member, Trinity Circles Ministries Church, Hanover, Maryland (secretary & special events coordinator). Widow; five children, eight grandchildren.

On January 22, 2020, Ms. Glenn pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to honest services wire fraud, and violation of the federal Travel Act. On July 29, 2020, she was sentenced to two years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised probation and the total payment of $37,500 in forfeiture and restitution. Ms. Glenn began serving her sentence on September 21, 2020, at the Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury, Connecticut. She was released in January 2021 to serve out her sentence on home confinement. Sentence ends in June 2022.

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