[photo, Tari Moore, County Executive, Cecil County, Maryland] TARI PERHAM MOORE
County Executive (Republican),* 2012-16

County Executive, Cecil County, December 3, 2012 to December 5, 2016.

Member, Wilmington Area Planning Council, 2012-16; Bainbridge Development Advisory Board, 2012-16. Board of Directors, Bainbridge Development Corporation, 2012-16. Executive Board, Northeastern Maryland Additive Manufacturing Innovation Authority, 2014-16; Regional Additive Manufacturing Partnership of Maryland, 2016.

Member, Board of County Commissioners, Cecil County, representing District 2, December 13, 2010 to December 3, 2012. Member, Board of Health, Cecil County, 2010-12; Commission on Aging, Cecil County, 2010-12; Arts Council, Cecil County; Cecil Partnership for Children, Youth, and Families, 2010-12; Local Interagency Coordinating Council [for Infants & Toddlers Program], Cecil County, 2010-12; Upper Shore Regional Council, 2011-16.

Member, Cecil-Harford Bridges Work Group, 2006; Economic Development Commission, Cecil County, 2006-07.

Member, Utah Governor's Transition Team, 2000.

University of Redlands, B.S. (business administration) 1990. Executive Director, Cecil County Chamber of Commerce, 2006-07. President, Moore Strategies, 2008-. Fiscal services analyst, Office of Education, Riverside, California, 1988-90. Employee benefits manager and accountant, Weber County, Utah, 1992-94. Chief deputy clerk, auditor, and elections administrator, Weber County, Utah, 1994-96. Legislative analyst, community relations manager, and Olympic planner, Weber County, Utah, 1999-2004. Member, Republican Club of Cecil County, 2004- (president, 2009); Cecil County Republican Women. Cecil Leadership Institute, 2005. Member, Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council, 2006-. Board of Directors, Blood Bank of Delmarva, 2009-; United Way of Cecil County, 2009-; Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, 2012-16; Union Hospital, Elkton. Board of Trustees, Local Government Insurance Trust. Member, Executive Committee, Clean Chesapeake Coalition, 2012-16. 1st Vice-President, Maryland Association of Counties, 2016 (board of directors, 2010-16; legislative committee, 2010-16; tax subcommittee, 2010-16; treasurer, 2013; secretary, 2014; 2nd vice-president, 2015). Member, Business Education Partnership Advisory Council; Historical Society of Cecil County; Maryland Farm Bureau. Married; two children.

*(changed party affiliation from Republican to unaffiliated, Nov. 29, 2012, & from unaffiliated to Republican, Nov. 11, 2013)

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