Former Delegate Veronica Turner

District 26


Delegate Veronica Turner
TenureFirst elected to the Maryland House of Delegates, 2002. Member of the House January 8, 2003 to January 14, 2015, representing District 26, Prince George's County.
Party Affiliation
Democrat
Past House Service
2003-2015
Health and Government Operations Committee
2005-2015
Public Health and Long Term Care Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2005-2010
Health Facilities and Occupations Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2011-2015
Minority Health Disparities Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2005
Health Facilities, Equipment, and Products Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2003-2005
Public Health Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2004
Health Insurance Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2004
Insurance Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2003-2004
Government Operations Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2003-2004
Health Occupations Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee
2011-2015
Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families
2005-2014
Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing
2003-2015
Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland ( 2nd Vice-Chair, 2004-2006; 1st Vice-Chair, 2006-2008, Chair, 2008-2010, Chair Emeritus, 2011-2012)
2003-2015
Women Legislators of Maryland (Endorsement Committee, 2006)
2003-2015
Member, Prince George's Delegation (2nd Vice-Chair, 2012-14; Law Enforcement & State Appointed Boards Committee, 2003-07; Bi-County, 2008-10)
2003-2015
Prince George's Delegation con't (MD National Capital Park & Planning Commission Committee 2008-10; Vice-Chair, County Affairs Committee, 2011-12)
Public Service
2009-2011
Maryland Medicaid Advisory Committee
2004-2009
State Advisory Council on Hereditary and Congenital Disorders
2004
Alternate, Democratic Party National Convention
1988
Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention
Memberships
1998-2002
Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee
Prince George's County Women's Political Caucus
National Council of Negro Women
Prince George's County Rainbow Coalition
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Coalition for Labor Union Women, Vice President, Maryland Chapter, DC Chapter
Board Member, Prince George's County Planned Parenthood Association
Former President, Camp Springs Civic Association
Awards
2013
Casper R. Taylor, Jr., Founder's Award, House of Delegates
Biographical Information
Born, Washington, DC, February 7, 1950
Central High School
Prince George's Community College
Tennessee State University, George Meany Center for Labor Studies
Clinical Specialist and Analyst, Prince George's Hospital Center, 1969-96
Vice President, Service Employees International Union, Local 63 NCF&O, 1993-95
Secretary-Treasurer, Service Employees International Union, Local 63 NCF&O, 1995-96
President, Service Employees International Union, Local 63 NCF&O, 1996-
Member, Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church
Married, Four children, One grandchild

December 4, 2017 3:17 P.M.