[photo, Bernard C. (Jack) Young, City Council, Baltimore, Maryland] BERNARD C. (JACK) YOUNG
Mayor (Democrat), 2019-20

Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland, May 2, 2019 to December 8, 2020. Acting Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland, April 2 to May 2, 2019.

Member, Board of Estimates, Baltimore City, 2019-20; Board of Legislative Reference, Baltimore City, 2019-20. Member, Maryland African American Museum Corporation, 2019-20. Board of Visitors, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland Medical System, 2019-20. Member, Baltimore Regional Transportation Board, 2019-20; Central Maryland Regional Transit Plan Commission, 2019-20. Board of Directors, Baltimore Metropolitan Council, 2019-20 (chair, 2019).

President, City Council, Baltimore, February 8, 2010 to May 2, 2019 (member, Oct. 1996 to May 2, 2019, representing District 2, 1996-2003; representing District 12, 2003-10). Chair, Executive Appointments Committee, 1996-2007. Chair, Budget and Appropriations Committee, 2007-10 (labor subcommittee, 2007-10). Chair, Public Safety and Health Committee, 2007-10. Member, Land Use and Transportation Committee, 2004-10. Member, Taxation and Finance Committee, 2004-07 (economic development & public financing subcommittee, 2004-07).

Member, Task Force to Eliminate Illegal Billboards, Baltimore City, 1997-99. Board of Directors, Baltimore City Parking Authority, 2004-10. Member, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Baltimore City, 2010-17. Member, [Secretary of State Police] Superintendent's Council of Advisors on Diversity and Inclusion, 2012-; Task Force to Study Food Allergy Awareness, Food Safety, and Food Service Facility Letter Grading, 2013-14; Commission Regarding the Implementation and Use of Body Cameras by Law Enforcement Officers, 2015-16; President's Advisory Council, Baltimore City Community College, 2015-. Member, South Baltimore Gateway Community Impact District Management Authority, 2016-.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, June 26, 1954. Attended Baltimore City public schools; Dunbar High School and Northern High School, Baltimore, Maryland; Community College of Baltimore. Radiology manager, The Johns Hopkins University Hospital. Manager, Maryland Department of Human Resources, 2007-10. Co-Founder, Broadway Development Foundation, 1994. Member, Historic East Baltimore Community Action Council, 1995-2000; Alcoholic and Other Drug Dependency Advisory Board, John Hopkins University Hospital, 1997-. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 2008. Board of Directors, Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems, 2010-; Visit Baltimore, 2010-. Member, Legislative Committee, Maryland Association of Counties, 2011-. Deacon Board, United Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland. Married; two children, three grandchildren.

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