Deni (Deni) Taveras (D-SH47B)
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Capitol: 410.841.3101
FAX: 410.946.5080
District: 410.841.3340
Room 206 Lowe House Office Building 6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1912

District Office:
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1912
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2026
DOB: 12/13/1972
Committee Assignments
MemberSubcommittee on Insurance and Pharmaceuticals
MemberSubcommittee on Government Operations and Health Facilities
MemberHouse Committee on Health and Government Operations
Counties Representing
Prince George's


Elected to the Maryland House of Delegates in November 2022. Member of the House of Delegates since Januaey 11, 2023.

Current Assignments 2023 Health and Government Operations Committee 2023 Insurance and Pharmaceuticals Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee 2023 Government Operations and Health Facilities Subcommittee of the Health and Government Operations Committee 2023 Maryland Legislative Latino Caucus 2023 Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland Public Service Founding Member, Chief, Washington D.C./Baltimore area, 2022-; Board Member, Prince George's Workforce Development Board, 2020; Chair and Member, Metropolitan Washington Council of Government, CEEPC, 2018-2020; Purple Line Corridor Coalitions' Equity Leadership Council, 2020-; Diversity Caucus Chair, 2018-2020; Member, Transportation Planning Board, 2019-; National Organizing Committee, Dominicans on the Hill, 2018-; Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee (MWAQC), 2018-; Maryland Climate Change Commission, 2016-2018; Maryland Association of County Officials, 2015-.

Awards Edward Bullard Distinguished Alumnus Award, Princeton University, 2022; COVID-19 Hero, El Tiempo Latino Newspaper, 2020; Community Advocate Award, Council on American-Islamic Relations, 2020; Census Champion, State of Maryland, 2020; Powermeter 100, El Tiempo Latino Newspaper, 2019; Prince George's County Municipal Association, 2017.

Biographical Information Born in New York, New York, December 13, 1972; Washington Irving High School, 1986; Barnard College/Columbia University, B.A. Chemistry, 1995; University of Utah, M.S., 1998; Princeton University, MPA, Urban & Regional Planning, 2003; Environmental Scientist/Chemist, Environmental Protection Agency, 1999-2001; Federal Emergency Management Administration- Public Affairs/Disaster Assistance, 2005-2007; Public Infrastructure Analyst, 2007-2009; Legislative Aide, Maryland State Senator Victor Ramirez, 2011-2013; and 2014; Consultant, Coffey Consulting, U.S. Department of Labor, 2013-2014; Prince George's County Council Member, 2014-2022.