Sarah (Sarah) K. Elfreth (D-30)

State Senator Sarah Elfreth

Sarah (Sarah) K. Elfreth (D-30)
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Capitol: 410.841.3578
FAX: 301.858.3156
District: 301.858.3578
Senator
Room 103 James Senate Office Building 11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
Residence:Annapolis, MD

Committee Assignments

Bio

First elected to the Maryland Senate in 2018. Member of the Senate since January 9, 2019Current Assignments2019Budget and Taxation Committee 2019Education, Business, and Administration Subcommittee of the Budget and Taxation Committee 2020Chair, Pensions Subcommittee of the Budget and Taxation Committee (2019, Member) 2019Senate Chair, Joint Committee on the Chesapeake & Atlantic Coastal Bays Critical Area 2019Joint Committee on Ending Homlessness 2020Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Pensions (Member, 2019) 2020Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive, and Legislative Review 2019Women Legislators of Maryland 2019Maryland Veterans Caucus Past Senate Service Capital Budget Subcommittee of the Budget and Taxation Committee, 2019; Workgroup to Study Shelter and Supportive Services for Unaccompanied Homeless Minors, 2019-2020. Public Service Chesapeake Conservation Corps Program Board, 2020-; Oyster Advisory Commission, 2020-; State Commission on the Capital City, 2019; Chesapeake Bay Commission, 2019-; District 30 Democratic Club, President, 2015-2017; Ward One Residents Association, Annapolis, Vice President, 2014-; Towson University Alumni Asociation Board of Directors, 2013-2015; University System of Maryland, Board of Regents, Student Regent, 2009-2010. Memberships Ward One Residents Association; District 30 Democratic Club; Towson Univeristy Alumni Association; Maryland Legislative Agenda for Women. Awards Fannie Lou Hamer Award, Martin Luther King, Jr., Committee, 2017; Distinguished Alumnus Award, Towson University Honors Committee, 2014; Top 20 In Their Twenties, The Daily Record, 2014. Biographical Information Born in New Jersey, September 9, 1988; Haddon Heights High School, 2006; Towson University, BA, Political Science, magna cum laude, 2010; Johns Hopkins University, MS, Public Policy, 2012; Reserach Assistant, Johns Hopkins Institutions, Office of Government and Community Affairs, 2010-2012; Government Affairs Director, National Aquarium, 2012-2016; Senior Director of University Projects, Margrave Strategies, 2016-2017; Project Leader, Marine Conservation District, 2017-present; Publications- The Young Guardians- Students as Stewards of the Past, Present, and Future of American Higher Education-; A Field Guide for Student Board Members, March 2011; Program Graduate, Emerge Maryland, 2013; "Speaking for the Fish" Plenary Speech, Johns Hopkins University Postdoctoral Retreat, 2014.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2022
DOB: 9/9/1988
Counties Representing
Anne Arundel