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[photo, Tiffany P. Robinson, Deputy Chief of Staff, Maryland Governor's Office] TIFFANY P. ROBINSON, Esq., Deputy Chief of Staff



Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of Governor, since June 27, 2016. Responsible for oversight of nine departments: Aging; Disabilities; Education; Health; Housing and Community Development; Human Services; Juvenile Services; Labor, Licensing, and Regulation; and Veterans Affairs; as well as Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System, Maryland Higher Education Commission, Maryland Insurance Administration, and University System of Maryland.

Assistant Secretary, Development Finance, Department of Housing and Community Development, 2015-16.

Administrator, Community Development Division, Housing and Community Development, Harford County, 2010-15.

University of Maryland, Baltimore County, B.A. (political science), 1997; University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., 2001. Admitted to Maryland Bar. Attorney. Formerly with Robinson & Robinson, LLC.

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