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[photo, Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, State Delegate] JEANNIE HADDAWAY-RICCIO
Republican, District 37B, Caroline, Dorchester, Talbot & Wicomico Counties



Member of House of Delegates since August 19, 2003. Assistant Minority Whip, 2005-. Member, Economic Matters Committee, 2003- (unemployment insurance subcommittee, 2004-06; workers' compensation subcommittee, 2004-06; corporations work group, 2005-06; business regulation subcommittee, 2007-; consumer regulation & commercial law work group, 2007-; public utilities subcommittee, 2007-; deathcare industry work group, 2007-); Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 2007-. Chair, Talbot County Delegation, 2003-. Treasurer, Eastern Shore Delegation, 2003-. Member, Maryland Rural Caucus, 2003-; Maryland Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus, 2003-; Maryland Veterans Caucus, 2003-; Women Legislators of Maryland, 2003- (co-chair, legislative committee, 2006; executive board, 2007-; secretary, 2008-09; 2nd vice-president, 2009-).

Advisory Board, Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement, Salisbury University, 2002-. Member, Task Force on the Status of Women and Information Technology, 2004-07; Task Force on Lending Equity within Financial Institutions Providing State Depository Services, 2005; Task Force on Renewable Alternative Fuels, 2007; Eastern Shore Task Force on Foster Care, 2007-08. Executive Board, Rural Maryland Council, 2007-. Member, Coastal Bays Aquaculture Development Work Group, 2008.

Born in Easton, Maryland, April 30, 1977. Raised in Neavitt, Maryland. Attended St. Michaels High School; Salisbury University, B.A. (political science), 1999. Vice-President of University Affairs (elected position), Salisbury University, 1998-99. Administrative assistant, Department of the Environment, 1999-2000 (public affairs specialist, 1999). Development Officer, Maryland-DC Office, National Audubon Society, 2001-03 (development associate, 2000-01). Owner, Dragonfly Designs, LLC., a graphic and web-design company. Member, Talbot County Republican Central Committee, 2002- (vice-chair); Mid-Shore League of Republican Women; Republicans for Environmental Protection. Founder and past president, Mid-Shore Young Republicans. Board of Directors, St. Michael's Community Center, 2005-. Founding member, Delmarva Planned Giving Council. Member, Caroline Chamber of Commerce; Dorchester Chamber of Commerce; Talbot County Chamber of Commerce; Talbot County Young Professionals; Leave A Legacy Delmarva; Rotaract of Easton. Former regional coordinator, World Institute for Peace and Development, Washington, DC. Character Counts! Coach, Talbot County, 2008. Volunteer, Visitation Program for the Elderly, and assistant teacher, Sunday School (high school class), Church of God, Easton, Maryland. Married.

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