[photo, Deb Jung, County  Council, Howard County, Maryland] DEB JUNG, Esq., Vice-Chair, County Council (Democrat)

Vice-Chair, County Council, Howard County, since December 5, 2022 (member, representing District 4, since Dec. 3, 2018; chair, Dec. 2, 2019 to Dec. 7, 2020). Chair, Board of [Liquor] License Commissioners, Howard County, 2018-21. Chair, Zoning Board, Howard County, 2021- (vice-chair, 2018-21).

Past member, Human Rights Commission, Howard County.

Born in Hartford City, Indiana. Attended Severna Park, High School, Severna Park, Maryland; Duke University, B.A. (political science); University of Maryland School of Law, J.D. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1987. Attorney. Former associate, Whiteford Taylor Preston. Sole practitioner. Member, Maryland State Bar Association; Society for Human Resource Management. Member, Howard County Chapter, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); Howard County Women's Democratic Alliance; Sierra Club of Howard County. Past president, Booster Club, Wilde Lake High School. Married; one child.

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