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Member, County Council, Anne Arundel County, 1974-94 (chair, 1984-91); Severn River Advisory Board, 1974; Agricultural Preservation Advisory Committee, Anne Arundel County. Member, U.S. 301 South Corridor Transportation Study Task Force, 1993-96; Commission to Save the Lighthouses, 1995-96; Maryland Greenways Commission, 1996-2000; State Commission on the Capital City, 1999-; Severn River Commission, 1999-; Task Force on the Environmental Effects of Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether (MTBE), 2000-01; Maryland Diamondback Terrapin Task Force, 2001; Study Commission on Public Funding of Campaigns in Maryland, 2002-04. Board of Trustees, Chesapeake Bay Trust, 2003-. Member, Maryland Wine and Grape Advisory Committee, 2004-05; Governor's Advisory Commission on Maryland Wine and Grape Growing, 2005-; Task Force on the Future for Growth and Development in Maryland, 2006-; Climate Change Commission, 2007-; Hall of Records Commission, 2007-; Chesapeake Bay Commission, 2008-. Past member, Coastal Zone Management Commission; Baltimore Regional Planning Council (vice-chair).
Born in Washington, DC, July 18, 1943. Attended The Madeira School, Greenway, Virginia; Smith College, B.A. (history), 1965. Assistant reporter, Triangle Publications-Radio Stations, 1966-68. Board of Directors, Annapolis Life Care (Ginger Cove). Board of Trustees, Historic Annapolis, Inc., 1991- (treasurer, 1992). Member, Chesapeake Environmental Association; South County Democratic Club; Davidsonville Area Civic Association; Mayo Civic Association; Historic Owensville Civic Association; Silver Triangle Ruritan Club; American Business Women's Association (South River Chapter). Past member, Maryland Association of Counties (legislative committee); governing board, Central Maryland Health Systems Agency; board of governors, Anne Arundel General Hospital; board of trustees, Hammond-Harwood House. Fannie Lou Hamer Award, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Awards Committee, 2005. Maryland's Top 100 Women, Daily Record, 2006. Married; two children.
July 1, 2009
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