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Delegate Mary Beth Carozza

District
38C
County
Wicomico and Worcester
Committee Assignment(s)
Annapolis Info
203 House Office Building
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone 410-841-3356 | 301-858-3356
Toll-free in MD
Interim Info
203 House Office Building
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone 301-858-3356 | 410-841-3356
Fax 301-858-3273 | 410-841-3273
Contact
MaryBeth.Carozza@house.state.md.us
Party
Republican
Tenure
First elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in 2014. Member of the House since 2015.
Current Assignments
2015 Appropriations Committee
2015 Health and Human Resources Subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee
2015 Oversight Committee on Personnel of the Appropriations Committee
2015 Joint Committee on Legislative Information Technology and Open Government
2015 Chair, Worcester County House Delegation
2015 Women Legislators of Maryland
2015 Maryland Veterans Caucus
Public Service
Congressional Management Foundation, Presenter, 1994-2001.
Memberships
Ocean City Chamber of Commerce; Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association; Worcester County Veterans Memorial, Member and Docent; St. Mary Star of the Sea Parish, Catechist and Eucharistic Minister; SOAR! Support Our Aging Religious, 2011-2014; House Administrative Assistants Association.
Awards
U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Lebanon Emergency Repatriation Certificate of Appreciation, 2006; Secretary of Defense Medal for Outstanding Public Service, 2003.
Biographical Information
Born, Baltimore, Maryland, February 13, 1961; Stephen Decatur High School, 1979; The Catholic University of America, B.A./M.A., Political Philosophy/American Government, 1983; U.S Senator William Cohen, Press Secretary 1984-1986; U.S. Congressman Mike DeWine, Chief of Staff, 1986-1990; U.S. Congressman David Lee Hobson, 1990-2000; Harvard Senior Managers Government Program/ Summer 1994; U.S. Department of Defense, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for House Affairs, 2001-2003; Office of Governor Robert Ehrlich, Deputy Chief of Staff, 2003-2007.
Last Updated: 10/15/2019 3:28 PM