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[photo, Maggie McIntosh, State Delegate] MAGGIE McINTOSH
Democrat, District 43, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates since November 10, 1992. Chair, Environmental Matters Committee, 2003-. Member, Rules and Executive Nominations Committee, 2000-; Legislative Policy Committee, 2001- (management subcommittee, 2001-); Special Committee on State Employee Rights and Protections, 2005-. Member, Economic Matters Committee, 1992; Appropriations Committee, 1993-98 (human resources & public safety subcommittee, 1993-94; capital budget subcommittee, 1995-98; education & economic development subcommittee, 1995-98; oversight committee on program open space & agricultural land preservation, 1993-98; chair, oversight committee on personnel, 1995-98). Deputy Majority Whip, 1995-98. Member, Joint Committee on Fair Practices, 1997-2002 (co-chair, 1997-99); Commerce and Government Matters Committee, 1999-2003 (vice-chair, 1999-2000; chair, financial institutions subcommittee, 1999-2003); Spending Affordability Committee, 2001; Special Committee on Gaming, 2001; Speaker's Advisory Committee on Legislative Redistricting, 2001-02. Majority Leader, 2001-02. Member, Joint Committee on the Selection of the State Treasurer, 2002. House Chair, Joint Advisory Committee on Legislative Data Systems, 2002-03. Member, Special Committee on Higher Education Affordability and Accessibility, 2003-04. House Co-Chair, Agricultural Stewardship Commission, 2005-06; Joint Commission on the Maryland Port Administration, 2005-06. Member, House Democratic Research Group (chair, 1994-95). Member, Women Legislators of Maryland, 1992-; Maryland Green Caucus, 1996-; Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus, 2003-; Maryland Veterans Caucus, 2005-. Member, National Conference of State Legislatures (environment & natural resources committee, 2005-07; agriculture, environment & energy committee, 2007-08; agriculture & energy committee, 2008-; environment committee, 2008-).

Member, Governor's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, 1994; Governor's Commission on Welfare Policy, 1994; Governor's Task Force to Reform the State Personnel Management System, 1995-96; Study Commission on Lobbyist Ethics, 1999-2000. Co-Chair, Task Force to Study Modernization of Credit Union Law, 1999-2001. Acting Chair, Environmental Restoration and Development Task Force, 2003. Member, Fine Arts Education Advisory Panel, State Department of Education, 2003; Attainment Plan (federal air quality standards) Task Force, Department of the Environment, 2003-; Maryland Historical Trust, 2004-; Transit Funding Study Steering Committee, 2006-07.

Born in Quinter, Kansas, December 22, 1947. Independence Junior College, A.A., 1967; Wichita State University, B.A.E. (arts education), 1970; The Johns Hopkins University, M.S./A.B.S. (science), 1987. Administrator and instructor, Baltimore City Public Schools, 1972-78. Adjunct instructor of continuing education, Catonsville Community College, 1978-79. Community service planner and grants analyst, Commission on Aging and Retirement Education, Baltimore City, 1979-85 (director of pre-retirement education, 1985-88). Campaign manager and state director for U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, 1988-92. Associate for Federal Relations, The Johns Hopkins University, 1992-. Elected Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1980, 2008. Member, Democratic State Central Committee, 1986-94. Former member, Board of Directors, New Democratic Club (member, 1976-87); Greater Homewood Community Corporation, 1976-79; Penn North Charles Planning Council, 1980; Ready at Five, 1995-; Action in Maturity, 1995-; Marion House, 1996-. Honorary Board member, Baltimore Neighborhoods, Inc., 2003. Board of Directors, Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology, 2005-; Baltimore-Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound Center, 2005-; Union Memorial Hospital, 2005-. Advisory Board, North East Development Alliance (NEDA). Honorary Board member, AIDSWALK Maryland, 2005; Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation. Maryland's Top 100 Women, Daily Record, 1998, 2000. Certificate of Appreciation, Maryland Municipal League, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006. Dorothy Beatty Memorial Award, Women's Law Center of Maryland, 2001. Legislator Recognition Award, Maryland Association of Counties, 2003. Legislator of the Year, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, 2004, 2007. Legislator of the Year, Progressive Maryland, 2006. Homeownership Advocate of the Year Award, Department of Housing & Community Development, 2006. Baltimore Power 50, Baltimore Magazine, 2007. Rawlings Fellowship, James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership, 2007. Legislative Advocacy Award, Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning, 2008. Distinguished Legislator Award, Maryland Municipal League, 2008.

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