[photo, John A. Olszewski, Jr., County Executive, Baltimore County] JOHN A. OLSZEWSKI, JR., County Executive (Democrat)

County Executive, Baltimore County, since December 3, 2018.

Board of Directors, Baltimore Metropolitan Council, 2018- (member, 2018-; vice-chair, 2019; chair, 2020-21). 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-.

Member of House of Delegates, representing District 6, Baltimore County, June 12, 2006 to January 14, 2015. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 2006; Ways and Means Committee, 2007-10 (education subcommittee, 2007-10; revenues subcommittee, 2007-08; election law subcommittee, 2009-10); Joint Information Technology and Biotechnology Committee, 2011-14; Economic Matters Committee, 2011-15 (property & casualty insurance subcommittee, 2011-15; public utilities subcommittee, 2011-15; chair, banking, economic development, science & technology subcommittee, 2014-15); Business Climate Work Group, 2013-15; Joint Committee on Cybersecurity, Information Technology and Biotechnology Committee, 2014-15. House Chair, Baltimore County Delegation, 2011-15. Member, Maryland Green Caucus, 2010-15; Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus, 2010-15; Maryland Veterans Caucus, 2010-15.

Member, Task Force to Study Raising the Compulsorary Public School Attendance Age to 18, 2007; Commission to Develop the Maryland Model for Funding Higher Education, 2007-09; 2009 State Plan for Postsecondary Education Work Group, 2008-09. Co-Chair, Maryland Youth Advisory Council, 2008-. Member, P-20 Leadership Council of Maryland, 2010-; Task Force on the Membership and Operation of the Baltimore County Board of Education, 2011; Wetlands and Waterways Program Funding Work Group, 2011; Task Force on Industrial Job Creation in Baltimore County, 2011-12; Maryland Advisory Commission on Manufacturing Competitiveness, 2012-. Co-Chair, Task Force to Study the Applicability of the Maryland Prevailing Wage Law, 2013-14. Member, Maryland Offshore Wind Business Development Advisory Committee, 2013-15.

Student member, Board of Education, Baltimore County, 1999-2000.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 10, 1982. Attended Sparrows Point High School, Baltimore, Maryland; Goucher College, B.A. (political science & American studies), 2004 (Phi Beta Kappa; president, student government association); George Washington University, M.A. (political leadership), 2005. Graduate research assistant and Ph.D. candidate (government administration), University of Maryland Baltimore County, 2011-. Teacher (American history & government), Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts, Dundalk, 2004-09. Resource Teacher, Parent Support Services Program, Baltimore County Public School System, 2009-11. Senior Special Manager of Legislative Affairs, Department of Transportation, Baltimore City, 2015. Senior Account Executive, SAS, 2015-. Member, Baltimore County Democratic Central Committee, 2002-06. Member, Battle Grove Democratic Club; Tri-District Democratic Club, 2006-10; New 7th Democratic Civic Club; Eastern Baltimore County Democratic Club; Riverside Democratic Club, 2008-. Member, St. Helena Community Association, 2006-; Dundalk Chamber of Commerce, 2006-; Dundalk Renaissance Corporation, 2008-. Volunteer, Back River Restoration Committee, 2009-. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 2012. Board of Directors, Community College of Baltimore County Foundation, 2013- (president, dundalk board, 2015-); Trash Free Maryland, 2015-17. 1st Vice-President, Maryland Association of Counties, 2023 (board of directors, 2019-; treasurer, 2020). Member, Maryland Saltwater Sportsfisherman's Association. Honorary member, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge no. 34, Middle River. Ethics Award, Baltimore County Public Schools, 2000. Service to Youth Award, Battle Grove Democratic Club, 2001. Advocacy in Action Award, Maryland Association of Youth Service Bureaus, 2008. Leadership Baltimore County, 2010. President's Award, Dundalk Chamber of Commerce, 2012. 20 in Their Twenties, Daily Record, 2012. Jennifer Mitchell Reed '86 Award, Goucher College, 2014. Very Important Professionals Successful by 40, Daily Record, 2019. Power 100 List, Daily Record, 2021. Member, Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, Baltimore, Maryland. Married; one child.

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