Martin W. Kerrigan, Chair (chosen by Board, 1-year term)

Appointed by Governor to 3-year terms: Laurie J. Elinoff, 2010; Adrienne L. Walker-Pittman, 2011; Norma D. Eisenberg, 2018.

Kara Lynn Kuntz Melcavage, Ph.D.; Melissa Ann Ruff. Terms expire 2021.

Sandra Bastinelli; Thomas P. Gallup; Lisa A. Schoenbrodt, Ed.D.; one vacancy. Terms expire 2022.

Gil A. Abramson, Esq.; Norda Kittrie; Cory L. Kovacik; Steven J. Thomas; Heather W. Wheeler, D.P.T. Terms expire 2023.

Amanda K. Gallagher; Lorri A. Irrgang. Terms expire 2024.

Appointed by Senate President: Nancy J. King

Appointed by House Speaker: one vacancy

Appointed by Director, Behavioral Health Administration: Stefani R. O'Dea; one vacancy.

Appointed by Director, Center for Preventive Health Services: Joyce A. Dantzler

Appointed by Director, Developmental Disabilities Administration: Janet L. Furman

Appointed by Director, Division of Rehabilitation Services: Jody L. Boone

Appointed by Director, Office for Genetics & Children with Special Health Care Needs: Claudette D. Matthews, R.N.

Appointed by Director, Office of Health Services: Jeronica M. Baldwin

Appointed by Director, Maryland Disability Law Center: Gabriel H. Rubenstein, Esq.

Appointed by Director, Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems: Elizabeth Marie Wooster, Ph.D.

Appointed by Director, Maryland Statewide Independent-Living Council: one vacancy

Appointed by Director, National Institutes of Health: Alison Cernich, Ph.D.

Appointed by Executive Director, Brain Injury Association of Maryland: Joan Carney, Ed.D.; W. Andrew H. Gantt III; Martin W. Kerrigan; Bryan Pugh.

Ex officio: Carol A. Beatty, Secretary of Disabilities; vacancy, designee of Secretary of Health; Marion D. Helfrich, designee of State Superintendent of Schools.

Staff: Nikisha C. Marion

c/o Behavioral Health Administration, Maryland Department of Health
Mitchell Building, Spring Grove Hospital Center, Dogwood Circle, Catonsville, MD 21228
(410) 402-8476

Annual Report to Governor & General Assembly due Nov. 30 (Chapter 306, Acts of 2005).

The State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board was authorized by the General Assembly in October 2005 (Chapter 306, Acts of 2005; Chapter 236, Acts of 2008).

The Board charge is to investigate the needs of citizens with traumatic brain injuries; identify gaps in services to them; and facilitate collaboration among organizations and State government agencies that provide services to these individuals.

Thirty-seven members constitute the Board. (Code Health-General Article, secs. 13-2101 through 13-2105).

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