Assistant Deputy State Superintendent for Vocational Rehabilitation and Correctional Education, State Department of Education, 1989-91
Assistant State Superintendent, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, State Department of Education, 1981-89
Director, Office of Energy Policy, 1973-75
Deputy Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene, 1969-73
Director, Department of Juvenile Services, 1966-69
Assistant State Director, Bureau of Juvenile Delinquency Services, State Department of Public Welfare, 1965-66
Assistant State Director, Bureau of Juvenile Delinquency Services, State Department of Public Welfare, 1965-66.
Director, State Department of Juvenile Services, 1966-69. Member, Governor's Commission to Study the Educational Needs of Handicapped Children, 1966-67; State Youth Board, 1966-67; Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice, 1966-69; Governor's Interdepartmental Council on the Handicapped, 1968-69.
Deputy Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, 1969-73. Member, Assateague Island Study Committee, 1971; Task Force on Fleet Management, 1971-73.
Director, Office of Energy Policy, 1973-75.
Secretary of Employment and Social Services, January to July 1, 1975.
Secretary of Human Resources, July 1, 1975 to January 1979. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1975-79. Chair, State Manpower Planning Council, 1975-79. Chair, Jobs for Veterans Commission, 1975-79. Member, Commission on the Concerns of Spanish-Speaking People, 1975-1979; Task Force to Study Legislation involving Mandatory Deposits on Beverage Containers, 1976-77.
Assistant State Superintendent, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, State Department of Education, 1981-89. Member, Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, 1981; State Advisory Council for the Coordination of Services to the Handicapped, 1981-84; Attendant Care Program Advisory Committee, 1982-88; State Advisory Council for Handicapped Individuals, 1985-91; Comprehensive Trauma Rehabilitation Services Coordinating Council, 1987-89.
Assistant Deputy State Superintendent for Vocational Rehabilitation and Correctional Education, State Department of Education, 1989-91. Member, Maryland Advisory Council for Individuals with Disabilities, 1991.
Born in Billings, Montana, July 26, 1929. University of Washington, B.A. (sociology), 1951, M.S.W. (social work), 1954. Vice-President, University Research Corp., Chevy Chase, 1979-80. President, Richard Batterton & Associates, a consulting firm, 1980-81. Director of Corporate and Foundation Giving, United Jewish Appeal, Inc., 1991-94. Interim Executive Director, League for People with Disabilities, 1996-98. Tutor, Maryland Mentoring Partnership; Krieger Schechter Day School. Member, Beth Am Synagogue, Baltimore, Maryland. Married; five children, five grandchildren. Died in Baltimore, Maryland, November 20, 2006.
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