MARYLAND HOUSE OF DELEGATES

FORMER MEMBER


[Photograph of State Delegate] BRENDA B. HUGHES
Democrat, District 25, Prince George's County

Member of House of Delegates, 1993-99. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1993-94 (housing & social issues subcommittee; finance resources subcommittee); Appropriations Committee, 1995-99 (capital budget subcommittee; oversight committee on pensions; vice-chair, transportation & the environment subcommittee); Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 1995-99; Special Joint Committee on Pensions, 1995-99; Special Committee on Rail Mergers, 1997. Vice-Chair, Law Enforcement and State Appointed Boards Committee, Prince George's County Delegation, 1996-99.

Member, Board of Education, Prince George's County, 1988-93. Board of Directors, County Executive's Education Advisory Council, Prince George's County.

Member, Governor's Commission on Disruptive Youth, 1993-94.

Born in High Point, North Carolina, March 13, 1942. North Carolina Central State University, B.S. (accounting); Central Michigan University, graduate studies. Member, Maryland Federal Relations Network. Past president, Council of Parent Teacher Associations, Prince George's County. Past chair, Prince George's County Alliance of Black Elected Officials. Founder and past president, Prince George's County Alumni Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Member, Brown Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church. Married.

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