[photo, Mark L. Wasserman, Maryland Secretary of Business and Employment Development] MARK L. WASSERMAN
Secretary of Economic & Employment Development, 1991-94

Secretary of Economic & Employment Development, September 1991 to 1994. Member, Governor's Executive Council, 1991-94; Governor's Subcabinet for Energy Management, 1991-94; Governor's International Cabinet, 1991-94. Member, Governor's Council on Adolescent Pregnancy, 1991-94; Interagency Committee on Aging Services, 1991-94. Board of Directors, Maryland Bioprocessing Center, 1991-94; Maryland Economic Development Corporation, 1991-94. Member, Governor's Construction Industry Employers' Advisory Council, 1991-94; Governor's Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission, 1991-94; Maryland Industrial Development Financing Authority, 1991-94; Governor's Advisory Committee on Maritime Archeology, 1991-94; Interdepartmental Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs, 1991-94; State Use Industries Advisory Committee, 1991-94; Governor's Volunteer Council, 1991-94.

Member, Interagency Economic Growth, Resource Protection, and Planning Commission, 1992-94; Maryland Science Week Commission, 1992-94; Workforce Investment Board, 1992-94; Baltimore-Washington International Airport Commission, 1993-94; Cabinet Council for Career and Technology Education, 1993-94; Information Technology Board, 1993-94; U.S. 301 South Corridor Transportation Study Task Force, 1993-94; Commission on Competitive Forces Facing Maryland's Horse Racing Industry, 1994; Steering Committee, Maryland Center for Industrial Energy Efficiency, 1994.

Senior Vice-President, External Affairs and Development, University of Maryland Medical System, 1997-. Member, Western Maryland Economic Development Task Force, 1999-2002; Task Force on Baltimore City Public/Private Development Financing Efforts, 2011.

Physical Development Coordinator, Baltimore City, 1976-85.

Executive Chief of Administration, and Director, Governor's Program Office, 1987-91. Member, Governor's Special Committee on the Port of Baltimore, 1987.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, November 7, 1949. George Washington University, B.A., 1971; University of Maryland College Park, M.A. (community planning). Campaign manager, Citizens for Schaefer, 1986. Former Assistant to Vice-President for Business Development, AMTRAK. Former Vice-President, First Fidelity Bank. The Leadership, Greater Baltimore Committee. Board of Directors, World Trade Center Institute, 1989-94; Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, 1991-. Board of Visitors, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland Medical System, 1997-. Board of Directors, Babe Ruth Museum; BWI Businees Partnership, Inc.; Health Care for the Homeless, Inc.; Juvenile Diabetes Foundation; Medical Mutual Liability Insurance Society of Maryland; United Way Community Services of Central Maryland.

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