Former Delegate Hattie N. Harrison

District 45


Delegate Hattie N. Harrison
TenureDeceased, January 28, 2013. First elected to the Maryland House of Delegates, 1974. Member of the House since 1973: appointed August 2 and sworn in August 3, 1973.
Party Affiliation
Democrat
Past House Service
2011-2013
Alcoholic Beverages Subcommittee of the Economic Matters Committee
1995-2013
Unemployment Insurance Subcommittee of the Economic Matters Committee
1979-2013
Chair, House Committee on Rules and Executive Nominations (First African-American woman to chair a legislative committee)
1973-2013
Economic Matters Committee
2003-2010
Banking, Economic Development, Science, and Technology Subcommittee of the Economic Matters Committee
1980-2007
Protocol Committee
1979-2005
Legislative Policy Committee
2002, 1996
Joint Committee on the Selection of the State Treasurer
1996-1997
Special Joint Committee on Competitive Taxation and Economic Development
1991-1992
Joint Subcommittee on Unemployment Insurance Taxation and Charging
1976-1979
Joint Legislative Committee on Metropolitan Mass Transit
Former Chair, Deathcare Industry Workgroup of the Economic Matters Committee
Public Service
2000-2013
Chair, Nominating Committee, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
2000-2013
Economic Development Committee, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
1973-2013
Women Legislators of Maryland
1973-2013
Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc.
2007-2008
Historian, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
1996
Task Force to Examine the State's Cemetery and Funeral Industry
1980-1982
Task Force on Youth Employment
1979-1980
Task Force on Permits Simplification
1976-1980
Maryland Commission for Women
1976-1980
Commission to Study Domestic Relations Laws
1973-1974
Maryland Commission on the Status of Women
Memberships
1992-2013
Chair, Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition (HEBCAC)
1970-1974
Democratic State Central Committee, Baltimore City
International Community Education Association, Melbourne, Australia
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Appointed to National Community Education Advisory Council
President, Maryland Association for Community Education
National Laboratory for the Advancement of Education
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)
Maryland Association for Mental Health
Eastside Democratic Organization
East Baltimore Women's League
League of Women Voters
Citizens for Fair Housing
Awards
2005
Casper R. Taylor, Jr. Founder's Award, House of Delegates
Biographical Information
Deceased, January 28, 2013
Born, Lancaster, South Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina and Baltimore City Public Schools
Graduate of Antioch College
Retired Educator
Consultant to Mott Foundation, Flint, Michigan
Member, United House of Prayer for All People
Widow, Two children

December 4, 2017 3:16 P.M.