[photo, Karen Simpson, Maryland State Delegate] KAREN SIMPSON
Democrat, District 3A, Frederick County

Member of House of Delegates since January 11, 2023. Member, Judiciary Committee, 2023-. Member, Women Legislators of Maryland, 2023-.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, August 28, 1967. Attended Paint Branch High School, Fairland, Maryland; Radford University, B.A. (psychology), 1989; Towson University, M.A. (community counseling), 1996. Residential specialist, DD/MH Individualized Services Program, Revisions, Inc., 1991-92. Family Court Facilitator, Office of Family Court Services, Harford County, 1997-98. Caseworker, Child Protective Services, Department of Human Resources. Program Planning & Evaluation Specialist; Program Manager), 1992-2006. Deputy Director, Candidacy and Campaign Finance, State Board of Elections, 2006-08. Training & Education Program Manager, State Retirement Agency, 2008-. Married; two children. .

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