Doyle Niemann

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Democratic Maryland

State House (Maryland 47)

Born: 03/19/1947 Grand Island, NE

Home: , Maryland

Education: JD, University of Maryland School of Law, 1997 Teaching Fellowship, Graduate School of Government, University of Texas, 1970 BA, Government, University of Texas, 1969 Attended, University of Nebraska, 1965-1967

Profession: Assistant State's Attorney, Prince George's County, 1998-present Doyle Niemann Communications, 1994-present Director, Corporate Communications, ULLICO, Incorporated, 1986-1994 Vice President and Senior Writer, The Kamber Group, 1983-1986 Membership and Communications Director, Rural America, 1981-1983 Project Director, The Youth Project, Community Jobs Clearinghouse, 1979-1981 Editor and Researcher, National Center for Economic Alternatives, 1978-1979 Managing Editor, In These Times, 1976-1978 Research Director, Georgia Citizens' Coalition on Hunger, 1975-1976 Managing Editor, Atlanta Cooperative New Project, 1973-1976 Attorney

Political: Delegate, Maryland State House of Delegates, 2003-present Board of Education, Prince George's County, 1996-2002 Member, City Council, Mount Rainier, 1983-1987

Congressional Membership: Member, Maryland Green Caucus, 2003-present Bi-County Committee, Prince George's County Delegation, 2003-present Police Advisory Board, Mount Rainier, Maryland, 2001-present Governor's Commission on Housing Policy, 2003-2004 Economic Development Advisory Committee, Prince George's County, 1985-1992 Member, Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee, 1986-1990 Member, National Conference of State Legislatures

Organization Membership: Member, Maryland State Bar Association, 1997-present Board of Directors, Maryland Citizen Action Coalition, 1982-1994 Board of Directors/Chair, Community Advisory Board to Leland Memorial Hospital, 1990-1993 President, Freeze Voter National Education Project, 1986-1990


Environmental Matters

Subcommittee on Environment

Subcommittee on Housing and Real Property

Subcommittee on Natural Resources


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