[photo, G. H. Fallon Federal Building, 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, Maryland] BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Chair: Anthony C. Woods, Secretary of Veterans Affairs

Appointed by Governor to 4-year terms: Ginger Miller, 2025; Julie Ann Riggs, 2025; O'Neal Johnson, Jr., 2027.

Appointed by Senate President: Michael A. Jackson

Appointed by House Speaker: Michael J. Rogers

Ex officio: Terri Williams, designee of Secretary of Aging; Joy Ashcraft, designee of Secretary of Health; Tanisha Sanders, designee of Secretary of Human Services; LeRoy Thomas, designee of Secretary of Labor; Col. Richard Hunt, designee of Adjutant General.

G. H. Fallon Federal Building, 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, Maryland, April 2001. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

Mark A. Hendricks, Administrator

c/o Grant Administrator
Department of Veterans Affairs
G.H. Fallon Federal Building, Room 3020
31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 230-4444, ext. 8; 1-800-446-4926, ext. 8 (toll free)


In July 2013, the Maryland Veterans Trust was established by the General Assembly as a corporate entity (Chapter 681, Acts of 2013).

The Trust provides monetary and other assistance to both veterans and their families and to programs that support them. The source of this assistance is the Maryland Veterans Trust Fund, which is administered by the Maryland Veterans Trust.

An eleven-member Board of Trustees governs the Trust. The Governor appoints three of the Board's members to four-year terms, and the Senate President and House Speaker each appoint one member. Six members serve ex officio (Code State Government Article, sec. 9-914).

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