BONITA J. DANCY, Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit, since January 18, 1995. Chair, Child Support Enforcement Committee, Maryland Judicial Conference, 1996-.

Adult Services and Child Welfare Caseworker, 1967-70, then Family Services Supervisor, 1971-72, Department of Social Services, Baltimore City. Attorney-advisor, Supplemental Income Branch, Social Security Division, Office of General Counsel, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1981-82. Domestic Equity Master, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 1982-95. Morgan State University, A.B. (history) 1967; University of Maryland School of Social Work. M.S.W., 1971; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1981. Member, American and Monumental City Bar Associations; National Bar Association (judicial council); Maryland State Bar Association (family law section council); Baltimore City Bar Association (family law committee; secretary); Alliance of Black Women Attorneys. Board of Directors, Maryland Chapter, National Association of Women Judges. Board of Directors and Faculty, Maryland Institute for the Continuing Education of Lawyers (MICPEL). Board of Directors, Family and Children's Services. Executive Board, Baltimore Urban League (past president, leaguettes). Assistant Professor, Coppin State College, 1973-75. Adjunct Faculty Morgan State University, 1975-81.

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