[Photograph of State Delegate] MARK K. SHRIVER, Democrat, District 15, Montgomery County.

Member of House of Delegates since 1995. House Chair, Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1999-. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1995- (housing & social issues subcommittee, 1995; transportation subcommittee, 1996; education subcommittee, 1997-98; chair, children & youth subcommittee, 1999-); Joint Committee on Welfare Reform, 1999-. Member, Joint Committee on Federal Relations, 1995-97. Member, Transportation Committee, Montgomery County Delegation (past vice-chair, special committee on county finances).

Member, Maryland Juvenile Justice Advisory Council, 1989-94; Governor's Task Force on Alternative Sanctions to Incarceration, 1991-92; Governor's Commission on Service, 1994-95; Task Force on the Maryland Prepaid-Tuition Savings Program, 1996; Task Force to Study the Governance, Coordination, and Funding of the University System of Maryland, 1998-99; Advisory Board on After-School Opportunity Programs, 1999-; Judith P. Hoyer Blue Ribbon Commission on Early Child Care and Education, 2000-. Born in Washington, DC, February 17, 1964. Attended Georgetown Preparatory High School, Rockville; College of the Holy Cross, B.A. (history), 1986; Harvard University, M.A. (public administration), 1993. Founder and Executive Director, The Choice Program. Board of Directors, Public Justice Center, 1991-. Honorary Doctorate, Loyola College, 1994. Married.

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