[photo, Bill Henry, Comptroller, Baltimore, Maryland] WILLIAM B. (BILL) HENRY II, Comptroller (Democrat)

Comptroller, Baltimore City, since December 8, 2020. Member, Board of Estimates, Baltimore City, 2020-; Board of Finance, Baltimore City, 2020-; Architectural and Engineering Commission, Baltimore City, 2020-; Biennial Audits Oversight Commission, Baltimore City, 2020-; Baltimore Hotel Corporation Board, 2020-; Board of Employees' and Elected Officials' Retirement Systems, Baltimore City, 2020-; Board of Fire and Police Employees Retirement System, Baltimore City, 2020-.

Chair, Baltimore Regional Water Governance Task Force, 2023-24.

Member, City Council, Baltimore, representing District 4, December 6, 2007 to December 8, 2020. Member, Executive Appointments Committee, 2007-10; Policy and Planning Committee, 2010-11. Vice-Chair, Taxation, Finance and Economic Development Committee, 2010-16 (member, 2007-16; community development subcommittee, 2007-10). Member, Judiciary and Legislative Investigations Committee, 2010-16; Land Use and Transportation Committee, 2010-16 (chair, highways & franchises subcommittee, 2010-11). Vice-Chair, Education and Youth Committee, 2011-16 (member, 2007-16). Chair, Housing and Community Development Committee, 2011-16. Member, Budget and Appropriations Committee, 2016-20; Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, 2016-20; Labor Committee, 2016-20; Health Committee, 2019-20. Chair, Equity and Structure Committee, 2019-20.

City Council representative, Planning Commission, Baltimore City, 2010-12; Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, Baltimore City, 2012-16. Member, Biennial Audits Oversight Commission, Baltimore City, 2016-20.

Former chief of staff, Baltimore City Council President Lawrence Bell. Former legislative aide, Baltimore City Council President Mary Pat Clarke. Former staff assistant, U.S. Representative Benjamin Cardin of Maryland.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, August 2, 1968. Attended Loyola-Blakefield High School, Towson, Maryland (honors program); Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, B.A. (urban studies/public policy), 1992; Loyola College in Maryland, Sellinger School of Business, M.B.A. (finance), 2006. The Leadership, Class of 2007, Greater Baltimore Committee. Former director of commercial development, Patterson Park Community Development Corporation. Member, Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors. Board of Directors, Citizens Planning and Housing Association (past board president); Greater Homewood Community Corporation (past president); Greater Baltimore Young Democrats (past president); Mobtown Players (past president). Board of Trustees, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company; Baltimore Museum of Art.. Past co-chair, Greenmount Avenue Revitalization Task Force. Former housing chair, York Road Partnership. Past member, Board of Directors, The Johns Hopkins Society of Black Alumni; Radnor-Winston Improvement Association. Past member, Friends of the Govans Library. Married; two children.

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