[photo, Donald I. Mohler III, County Executive, Baltimore County, Maryland] DONALD I. MOHLER III
County Executive (Democrat), 2018

County Executive, Baltimore County, May 29 to December 3, 2018. Board of Directors, Baltimore Metropolitan Council, 2018. Member, Baltimore Regional Transportation Board, 2018; Central Maryland Regional Transit Plan Commission, 2018. Board of Visitors, R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland Medical System, 2018.

Chief of Staff, Baltimore County Executive, 2010-18 (acting chief of staff, 2009-10).

Communications Director, Baltimore County Executive, 2004-10.

Born in 1950. Western Maryland College, B.A., 1972, M.A., 1977; Loyola College, M.Ed., 1978; Nova Southeastern University, Ed.D., 1999. Teacher (social studies), St. Mark School, Catonsville, 1971-72; Lansdowne High School, 1972-78 (guidance counselor, 1978-83). Assistant Principal, Dundalk High School, 1985-90 (guidance counselor, 1983-85). Principal, Sparrows Point Middle School, 1990-92; Catonsville High School, 1992-95. Assistant Superintendent, Communications and Special Projects, Baltimore County Public Schools, 1995-98. Instructor, Excellence in School Administration, Goucher College, 1998-99. National Faculty Member for Doctoral Studies in Educational Leadership, Nova Southeastern University, 1999-2003. Executive Director, Student Support Services, Baltimore County Public Schools, 2001-02. Chief Operating Officer, Alternatives Unlimited, 2002-03. President, Mohler Communication Strategies, 2019-. Walter Sondheim Public Service Award, Greater Baltimore Committee, 2019. Married; two children, seven grandchildren.

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