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Baltimore City Council President Scott Officially Introduces New Staff

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Baltimore City Council President Scott Officially Introduces New Staff 

Council President Says Transparency, Accountability, and Public Safety Are Team's Focus

 

BALTIMORE, MD (July 17, 2019) — Baltimore City Council President Brandon M. Scott officially announced several senior staff appointments in the Office of the City Council President.

"Upon becoming Council President, I focused on building a diverse and dynamic team that would help to carry out the mission of transforming Baltimore into the best city it can be," said Council President Scott. "Our team will be focused on strategies to cure violent crime in our city and building an accountable, transparent, and efficient government our residents can have faith in."

  • Michael Huber, Chief of Staff. Michael had previously served as Director of Legislative Affairs and before that Director of Business and Economic Development in the Council President's Office, where he has worked since 2015. He earned his J.D. from the University of Illinois College of Law in 2011 and was sworn into the Maryland State Bar later that year. He is a graduate of Knox College. 
  • Leslie Carter, Director of Administration. Leslie joins the Council President's staff from the Department of Defense, where she developed significant experience and expertise in administration from several years of Personnel Security. She is a community leader and founded the Southwest Leadership Roundtable, where she serves as Board Chair. 
  • Anthony JonesDirector of Community Relations. Anthony has an extensive background in public service at the local, state, and federal level. He has a deep knowledge of Baltimore's neighborhoods as the former Director of Community Relations at Health Care for the Homeless and the former Deputy Chief of Staff in the Baltimore City Department of Social Services. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Morgan State University. 
     
  • Caylin YoungDirector of Legislative Affairs. Prior to joining the Council President's team, Caylin served as Public Policy Counsel at the ACLU of Maryland and has public service experience ranging from Annapolis to the U.S. Senate. He earned his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and was sworn into the Maryland State Bar and the State Bar of California. He is a graduate of Hampton University.
     
  • Danielle Laurenceau, Director of Business & Economic DevelopmentDanielle has served in the Council President's Office since 2010. She is continuing in her role as Director of Business & Economic Development and staffer to the Board of Estimates under Council President Scott. She earned her Master of Science in Negotiations and Conflict Management from the University of Baltimore and is a graduate of Morgan State University. 
     
  • Stefanie Mavronis, Deputy Director of Communication. Stefanie worked in the office of Councilmember Zeke Cohen, where she served as the Director of Civic Engagement. She produced the Peabody-award winning Marc Steiner Show on Baltimore NPR affiliate WEAA-FM. She earned her Master in Public Affairs from the Wilson School at Princeton University in 2018 and is a graduate of UMBC.

Scott has been working to put together a team since being unanimously elected Council President by his Council colleagues on May 9, 2019.

The new hires join longtime Council President's Office staff. An up-to-date staff list can be found on the City Council's website here

 

 

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