Adrienne Jones

Speaker at Maryland House of Delegates

Adrienne Jones

Adrienne Jones

Speaker at Maryland House of Delegates

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Number of Boards

7

Birthday

11/20/1954 - Maryland

Age

65

Number of Awards

5

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Delegate from the 12b District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Former Delegate from the 22nd District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Delegate from the 22nd District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Former Delegate from the 45th District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Deputy Majority Whip at Maryland House of Delegates

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President & Chief Executive Officer at C. E. Pugh & Company

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Majority Leader at Maryland State Senate

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Delegate from the 41st District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Former Delegate from the 40th District at Maryland House of Delegates

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Representative at Office of the Representative from Maryland's 4th District, Anthony G. Brown

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Adrienne Jones
Speaker at Maryland House of Delegates
Education
B.A. in Psychology
Class of 1976

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (often referred to as UMBC) is an American public research university, located in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, mostly in the community of Catonsville, approximately 10 minutes (8.3 miles) from downtown Baltimore City and 30 minutes (33.5 miles) from Washington, D.C. With a fall 2014 enrollment of about 14,000 students, over 50 undergraduate majors, over 60 graduate programs, and the first university research park in Maryland, UMBC has been named the #1 Up-and-Coming University for six years in a row, since 2009, by US News & World Report.

Memberships
Member
1997 - Current

The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc. (LBCM) was founded with the mission of ensuring that Black people in the state of Maryland were equally protected and benefited by the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as afforded by the U.S. Constitution. Since the 1970s, the black legislators and community leaders, who serve as members and partners of the LBCM have stood steadfast and united in articulating public policy positions that promote Black progress in Maryland. To fulfill this mission, the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc. serves as a legislative body for the Black community, and in doing so, has formed an effective statewide network of experts and resources that allow the Caucus to provide the indispensable leadership in research, development, advocacy, and implementation of policies (and programs) that best serve the black community.

Member
1997 - Current
Member
1987 - Current
Career History
Columnist
Tenure Unconfirmed
Professional
Tenure Unconfirmed
Deputy Director, Office of Human Resources
1989 - ?
Boards & Committees
Member, Special Review Committee on Coppin State University
2012 - 2013

The University System of Maryland (USM) is a public corporation and charter school system comprising 12 Maryland institutions of higher education. It is the 12th-largest university system in the United States, with over 125,000 undergraduate, 43,000 graduate and roughly 13,000 combined full-time and part-time faculty. In 1988, it was created from the merger of the five University of Maryland institutions and the six members of the State University and College System of Maryland under the name University of Maryland System. In 1997, its name was changed to the University System of Maryland.

Board Member
2002

A NON-SECTARIAN AGENCY COMMITTED TO PROVIDING TARGETED SERVICES TO VULNERABLE FAMILIES & INDIVIDUALS IN ALL STAGES OF LIFE WHO ARE EXPERIENCING PROBLEMS RELATED TO SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT THEREBY ENHANCING THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE.

Member, Budget Committee
2000 - Prior

The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc. (LBCM) was founded with the mission of ensuring that Black people in the state of Maryland were equally protected and benefited by the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as afforded by the U.S. Constitution. Since the 1970s, the black legislators and community leaders, who serve as members and partners of the LBCM have stood steadfast and united in articulating public policy positions that promote Black progress in Maryland. To fulfill this mission, the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc. serves as a legislative body for the Black community, and in doing so, has formed an effective statewide network of experts and resources that allow the Caucus to provide the indispensable leadership in research, development, advocacy, and implementation of policies (and programs) that best serve the black community.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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2016

The Maryland Food Bank, Inc. provides social services. It distributes food donations from manufacturers, wholesalers and government agencies to organizations providing free food for the hungry. The firm programs include farm to food bank, pantry on the go, SNAP outreach, school pantry, summer clubs and DSS program . The company was founded by Ann Miller in 1979 and is headquartered in Baltimore, MD.

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Awards & Honors
2008
Goucher College
2007
The Daily Record - Maryland’s Top 100 Women
2004
The Daily Record - Maryland’s Top 100 Women
Events
Attendee
2012 Democratic National Convention

The Democratic National Convention Committee is a not-for-profit organization responsible for planning and executing the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, the week of September 3, 2012. This convention is going to be the most open and accessible in history. It isn’t about political ritual or simply renominating the president, it’s about Americans coming together. Success depends on involvement at the grassroots, engaging the American spirit and enlisting people who want to put their shoulder to the wheel and change the country for the better. From format to funding, this convention will increase the influence of the grassroots and empower more Americans to become involved in the political process.

Attendee
Denver, CO, United States
2008 Democratic National Convention

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