MARYLAND HOUSE OF DELEGATES


[Photograph of State Delegate] PAUL H. CARLSON, Democrat, District 39, Montgomery County.



Member of House of Delegates since 1999. Member, Ways and Means Committee, 1999- (education subcommittee, 1999-2000; children & youth subcommittee, 2001-); Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1999-. Member, Transportation Committee, Montgomery County Delegation, 1999-.

Member, Montgomery County School Board Composition Task Force, 2000-. Born in Washington, DC, March 31, 1970. Attended Winston Churchill High School; University of Maryland College Park, B.A. with honors (economics), 1993 (president, student government association); John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, M.P.P., 1998. President, Sagres Consulting, LLC, 2000-. Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland, College Park, 2000-. Analyst in taxable fixed-income mortgage sales, Lehman Brothers, New York, 1993-95. Teacher, New York City public schools, 1996. Research fellow in domestic micro-enterprise development for U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, 1997. Recipient, President H. C. Byrd Award, University of Maryland, College Park; James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership Fellowship. Founder and President, University of Maryland, College Park Chapter, Habitat for Humanity International.

Senate
House of Delegates
General Assembly
Legislative Committees
Legislative Process
Maryland Government
Maryland Universities & Colleges
Maryland Counties
Maryland Municipalities
Maryland at a Glance


Maryland Manual On-Line

Search the Manual
e-mail: mdmanual@mdarchives.state.md.us

 Maryland Manual On-Line, 2001

April 1, 2001   
Note: In this past edition of Maryland Manual, some links are to external sites.  View the current Manual


[ Archives' Home Page  ||  All About Maryland  ||  Maryland Manual On-Line  ||  Reference & Research
||  Search the Archives   ||  Education & Outreach  ||  Archives of Maryland Online ]

Governor     General Assembly    Judiciary     Maryland.Gov

Copyright April 10, 2001 Maryland State Archives