Marilyn Hunter, Chair (chosen by Governor), 2004

Appointed by Governor: Etta S. Haggerty, 2002; Mitchell D. Herman, 2002; Eulalia Muschik, 2002; Marjorie Bennett, 2003; Mira Mehta, Ph.D., 2003; David Martin Paige, M.D., 2003; William G. Ewing, 2004; Rosemary W. Malone, 2004.

Contact: Kathleen M. (Kate) Rivelois

c/o Office of Transitional Services
Community Services Administration
Dept. of Human Resources
311 West Saratoga St., Baltimore, MD 21201 - 3521
(410) 767-7547

Annual Report to Governor.

Authorized in February 2000, the State Advisory Council on Hunger organized in November 2001 (Executive Order 01.01.2000.06). The Council reviewed and analyzed what resources are available to meet the needs of hungry Marylanders statewide, and whether those resources are adequate. To improve access to healthy food and ensure a hunger safety net, the Council was to make program, policy and budget recommendations to State agencies. The Council also worked to educate the public, government agencies, and elected officials about hunger issues.

The Council last met in 2002.

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