[photo, Douglas M. Duncan, County Executive , Montgomery County, Maryland] DOUGLAS M. DUNCAN
County Executive (Democrat), 1994-2006

County Executive, Montgomery County, December 7, 1994 to December 4, 2006. Board of Directors, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 1994-2006. Member, Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee, 1994-2006. Member, Maryland Comprehensive Transit Plan Transit Advisory Panel, 1998-99; Maryland Commission for Celebration 2000, 1997-2000.

Member, City Council, Rockville, 1982-87. Mayor of Rockville, 1987-93. Former member, Criminal Justice Coordinating Commission, Montgomery County.

Vice-President for Administrative Affairs, University of Maryland, College Park, 2007-08.

Member, Governor-elect's Transition Team, 2014.

Born in Rockville, Maryland, October 25, 1955. Attended St. John's College High School, Washington, DC; Columbia University, B.A. (psychology & political science), 1976. National Account Manager, AT&T, 1981-94. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1996, 2000, 2004. Senior Vice-President for Research and Business Development, Civic US, 2008-10. Chair, Suburban Maryland Transportation Alliance, 2011-. President and Chief Executive Officer, Leadership Greater Washington, 2014-. Elizabeth and David Scull Memorial Public Service Award, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 2001. Award for Outstanding Public Leadership in Serving the Disability Community, Commission on People with Disabilities, 2001. Washingtonian of the Year, Washington Magazine, 2002. Public Leadership in the Arts Award for County Arts Leadership, Americans for the Arts, 2003. International Public Official Award, Lambda Alpha International (honorary land economics society), 2003. Leadership Award, CASA de Maryland, 2004. Bridge Builder Award, Partners of Livable Places, 2005. Chairman's Award, Hebrew Home of Greater Washington, 2005. Individual Pioneer Award for Distinguished Service to Public Education, Montgomery County Board of Education, 2006. Founders Award, Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington, 2006. Legacy Award, Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, 2006. Community Builder Award, Greater Washington, DC, Chapter, Organization of Chinese Americans, 2006. Paul H. Kea Medal for Architectural Advocacy, Potomac Valley Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 2006. Power 100, Washington Business Journal, 2014, 2015. Married; five children.

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