[photo, Nina R. Harper, State Delegate] NINA ROSITA HARPER (1950-2018)
Democrat, District 45, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates, February 27, 2013 to January 14, 2015. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 2013-15 (revenues subcommittee, 2013-15). Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2013-15; Women Legislators of Maryland, 2013-15.

Member, Cable and Commuications Advisory Commission, Baltimore City, 2000-03; Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon's Transition Team and Blue Ribbon Commission, 2007. Co-Chair, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake Transition Team, 2010.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, October 15, 1950. Attended St. Frances Academy High School, Baltimore, Maryland; Sojourner Douglass College, B.A. (business management), 2001, cum laude. Employed by C&P Telephone Company, 1968-82. Project Manager and Account Executive, Global Services Division, AT&T, 1990-98 (assistant staff manager, human resources, 1983-90). Consultant, Harper & Associates, 1999, 2002-04. Founding member and strategist, East End Forum, c. 1982. Member, Advisory Board, Mammography Screening Program, Johns Hopkins Oncology Center, 1991-96. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 1994-98, 2002-18. Member, AT&T Adult Mentoring Program, YMCA of Greater Baltimore, 1994-95; National Alliance of Black Telecommunications Employees, Inc., 1995-99. Vice-President, Board of Directors, Belair Housing Services, Inc., 1996-98. Chair, Advisory Committee, Community Health Assessment Program, Johns Hopkins Health Systems & Atlantic Health Association, 1996-97. Board of Directors, Dallas Street Community Development Corporation, 2000-18. African-American Catholic Ministries Board, Archdiocese of Baltimore, 2001-18. Chair, School Board, St. Alphonsus Catholic Elementary School, 2000-02. Board of Directors, St. Frances Academy High School, 2003-09. Executive Director, East Oliver Community Association, 2004-18; East Oliver Community Development Corporation, 2004-18. Community organizer and advocate, Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD). Board of Directors, Baltimore Efficiency and Economy Foundation, Inc.; Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition, Inc.; Roberta's House Grief and Loss Center. Member, Catholic Daughters of the Americas. Grand Lady, Ladies Auxiliary, Knights of St. Peter Claver. Life member, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Baltimore, Maryland (past president, pastoral council; finance council, 2000-05). Divorced. Died in Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 2018.

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