HOWARD COUNTY, MARYLAND

ORPHANS' COURT


[photo, Anne L. Dodd, Orphans' Court Judge, Howard County, Maryland] ANNE L. DODD, Chief Judge (Democrat)



Chief Judge, Orphans' Court, Howard County, since April 7, 2015 (judge since Dec. 8, 2010). Chair, Conference of Orphans' Court Judges, 2016-17 (member, 2014-17).

Member, Board of Education, Howard County, 1984-90 (chair, 1986-89).

Born November 1944. Stratford College; University of Madrid; Radford College, B.A., 1967. Middle and high school teacher (spanish & english), 1967-71. Village Manager, Kings Contrivance Village (east Columbia, Maryland), 1979-2006. Founding President, One-Month's Rent Initiative, 2004-. Past chair, Hopewell Pool Committee; Owen Brown Middle School Arrival Check Program. Past member, Foreign Language Textbook Review Committee; Central Library Building Board. Past member, Budget Committee, Columbia Association. Past coordinator, Concerned Citizens for a Second Elementary School in Owen Brown. Married; two children, five grandchildren.

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