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Index of Various Local and Regional Civic Organizations

Maryland Tourism Development Board of Directors…………….…3

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts Board of Directors………..…5
Annapolis Business Association Board of Directors……………….7
Anne Arundel Arts Council Officers……………………………………...8
Annapolis and Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce Board of
Historic Annapolis Foundation Board of Trustees………………….12
Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors
Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation Board of
Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation
Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation Resource
Local and State Government Elected Officials…………………..…22
Anne Arundel County Top 10 Private Employers Listing……..…28
Maryland Stadium Authority……………………………………………….30
Washington Performing Arts Society………………………………..…34
National Council on the Arts……………………………………………...37
US Naval Academy Trustee Listing…………………………………….39
St. John’s College Alumni Association Board of Directors…….42
St. John’s College Strategic Plan………………………………………..44
Chesapeake Bay Foundation Board of Trustees…………………...54
Deale Area Historical Society…………………………………………….57
Galesville Heritage Society Board Members………………………..58
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Board of Directors……………….61
Joseph and Harvey Myerhoff Family Charitable Funds…..………63
Strathmore Board of Directors……………………………………….……64
Kennedy Center Board of Trustees………………………………………66
The Washington Chorus Board of Trustees…………………………..79
University of Maryland Clarice Smith Performing Arts
Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts &
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Timonium , MD 21093 Hughesville, MD 20637
T: 410-252-WINE, 1-800-237-WINE T: 301-274-4083
F: 240-525-7438 F: 301-274-1924
Email: kevin@marylandwine.com Email: southernmarylandheritage@tccmd.org

Mr. Thomas S. Saquella

Ms. Deborah Carter President
Executive Director Maryland Retailers Association
Maryland Association of Campgrounds 171 Conduit Street
Buttonwood Beach RV Resort Annapolis, MD 21401
PO Box 28 T: 410-269-1440
Earleville, MD 21919-0028 F: 410-269-0325
T: 410-275-2108 Email: tsaquella@mdra.org
F: 410-275-8309
Email: campinmd@dmv.com
Ms. Jane Springer
Executive Director
Mr. Paul Hartgen Maryland State Licensed Beverage
President and CEO Association
Restaurant Association of Maryland 150 E. Main Street, Suite 104
6301 Hillside Court Westminster, MD 21157
Columbia, MD 21046 T: 410-876-3424
T: 410-290-6800 F: 410-871-2545
Email: Email: mdtam@msn.com

Mr. Melvin R. Thompson

Mr. Joseph P. Lespier Vice President - Government Relations
President Restaurant Association of Maryland
Maryland Bed & Breakfast Assn. 6301 Hillside Court
The Annapolis Inn Columbia, MD 21046
144 Prince George Street T: 410-290-6800 x1007; F: 410-290-6882

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Annapolis, MD 21401 Email:

T: 410-295-5200 mthompson@marylandrestaurants.com
F: 410-295-5201
Email: info@annapolisinn.com

Ms. Deborah Travers Turk

Dr. Roy Littlefield Chair, MDMO
Executive Director Worcester County/Ocean City Tourism
WMDA Service Station & Auto. Repair 4001 Coastal Highway
Association Ocean City, MD 21842
1532 Pointer Ridge Place, Suite E T: 410-732-8617;
Bowie, MD 20716-1883 F: 410-289-0058
T: 1-800-492-0329
F: 301-390-3161
Ms. Susan Zellers
Email: royel3@aol.com
Marine Trades Association of Maryland
PO Box 3148
Ms. Mary Jo McCulloch Annapolis, MD 21403
President T: 410-269-0741
Maryland Tourism Council and Maryland Hotel F: 410-626-1940
& Lodging Association Email: susan@mtam.org
1205 Stonewood Court
Annapolis, MD 21401
T: 410-974-4473
F: 410-757-3809
Email: maryjo@mdassn.com

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Robert C. Leib, President

Bill Hughes, Vice President
Bud Billups, Treasurer
Cathy Belcher, Secretary
Lily Openshaw, Immediate Past President
Linnell Bowen, Executive Director

Elizabeth Smith Anderson

Margaret R. Axtell
Natalie D. Ballard
Cynthia F. A. Busch
Amy Cohn
Emily (Penny) Evans
Susan T. Ford, Esq.
Jeffrey H. Halpern
Lily Grace Hudson
Brian Lees
Henry N. Libby
Sean M. Looney
Tom Marquardt
Peter Martino
Booker McManus
Patricia Nalley
Richard Niewerth
Suzanne Owens
Anne Cannon Palumbo
Eugene Peterson
Michael R. Roblyer, Esq.
Paul G. Rudolph
Everett J. Santos
Wayne Taylor
Paul G. Wood

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Judy Buddensick, Secretary Erin McNaboe Leigh Rand

WRNR Ram's Head Tavern/Brewing Co. Diva
112 Main Street, 3rd Floor 33 West Street 30 Market Space,
Annapolis, MD 21401 Annapolis, MD 21401 Annapolis, MD 21401
410-626-0103, ext.11 410 268-4545 410-280-9195
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Scott Gardiner, Treasurer George Nassif Bonnie Seidelmann

Gardiner Group, The Consultant Annapolis Boat Shows
570 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard 94 Summerfield Drive P.O. Box 4997
Severna Park, MD 21146 Annapolis, MD 21403 Annapolis, MD 21401
410 647-7777 410-253-4259 410 268-8828
scott@thegardinergroup.com geonassif@gmail.com bonnie@usboat.com

J. Mitchell Krebs Jessica Jordan Paret, President Ann Widener

Bank Annapolis Paradigm Peake House
1000 Bestgate Road 179 Main Street, 76 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401 Annapolis, MD 21401 Annapolis, MD 21401
443 716-4140 410 626-6030 410 280-0410
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Rotating art exhibits at the Arundel Center Gallery and the Heritage Center
Recognizing residents with an Annie Award for their outstanding contributions to the arts
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Nancy Almgren, Vice President, Councilwoman Vitale appointee

Frank Florentine, Treasurer

Judy Mauriello, Secretary

Glenn D. Baer

Ruby Singleton Blakeney

Fintan Galway

Molly M. Green

Yumi Hogan, Co. Exec. appointee

Marilyn Lyons

Patrick Lee, Jr.

Jane Miller, Co. Exec. appointee

Nancy Morton, Councilman Benoit appointee

Glen Rotner

Marietta Schreiner

William A. Scott, Councilwoman Johnson appointee

Sharon Steele, Councilwoman Middlebrooks appointee

Melanie Teems

Eloise Vaughan, Councilman Jones appointee

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Larry Ulvila Gene Condon Carter Heim
Insurance Solutions Arundel Mills HeimLantz Professional Corp.

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Fred Sussman David Plott Bob Burdon
Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Linowes and Blocher Chamber of Commerce

Tim Campbell Dr. Martha A. Smith Kim Potember

Maryland Aviation (Marty) Greenberg Gibbons Commercial
Administration Anne Arundel Community Corporation

Martin “Chip” Doordan Bonnie Johanson Mark Barebo

Anne Arundel Health Constellation Energy Capital-Gazette Newspapers

Robert Kramer Mike Leahy Steve Samaras

Kramer & Associates Klos, Lourie & Leahy, P.A. Zachary’s

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Managing Director, Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan, P.A.

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John Belcher
Chairman and CEO, ARINC, Inc.

F. Joseph Rubino
Director, Financial Requirements, USNA

Anna E. Greenberg
Community Leader

Joseph A. Boggs
President, Boggs & Partners Architects

Jane Campbell -Chambliss

Director of Appraisal Operations
Robert H. Campbell & Associates, LLC

Hon. Virginia P. Clagett

Delegate, Maryland General Assembly

Robert Clark
Community Leader

Brad Davidson
President, SPARDATA

Bill Greenfield
Coldwell Banker Commercial

Barry R. Jackson
President, Portshire, Inc.

Manelle Martino
President, Capital Teas

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Janet Richardson-Pearson
President, Chesapeake Dressage Institute
President, Katherine Properties, LLC

Philip J. Richmond
First Vice President, Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.

Deborah S. Siebert
Community Leader

Frederica Struse
Legislative Aide, Maryland General Assembly

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Greetings from the County


Message from the President

Paul Gable, Gable Signs & Graphics, Inc.
Mission Statement (Vice Chairman)
Frequently Asked Questions

Michael G. Livingston, The Bank of Glen Burnie



Lisa Renshaw, Penn Parking, Inc.

John Meaney, The Columbia Bank of Maryland

Kent McNew, Eastern Petroleum Corporation

John White, Compass Marketing

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Scarlett Breeding, Alt Breeding Schwarz Architects LLC

Andrew Gaeta, International Trade Group

Ex Officio:

Robert Hannon
(AAEDC, President /CEO)

For additional information regarding the AAEDC Board of Directors

please contact Angela Buehler, Executive Assistant at (410) 222-

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Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation works with a number of public, private
Board of Directors and quasi-governmental agencies to make Anne Arundel County a superior business
community. Please find a listing of our partners below:
Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
Greetings from the County Annapolis and Anne Arundel Conference and Visitors Bureau
Executive Annapolis Economic Development Office
Message from the President Anne Arundel County Community College
Anne Arundel Commercial and Industrial Association
Mission Statement
Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation
Frequently Asked Questions Baltimore Metropolitan Council
Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce
Black Chamber of Commerce
BWI Business Partnership, Inc.
Chesapeake Regional Tech Council
Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore
Fort Meade Alliance
Greater Baltimore Committee
Greater Baltimore Technology Council
Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce
Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce
Greater Washington Initiative
Maryland Chamber of Commerce
Northern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce
Pasadena Business Association
Small Business Administration
Southern Anne Arundel Chamber of Commerce
State of Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development
Technology Council of Maryland
West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce

For additional information please contact us or call 410-222-7410 to speak to a business

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Resource Partners
Our Resource Partners are listed below:
Real Estate Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
Anne Arundel County Community College
Anne Arundel County Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
Utilites Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL)
Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation (AAWDC)
The Top 10 Reasons To Do
Business In Anne Arundel County Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce
Black Chamber of Commerce of Anne Arundel County
Geographic Convenience
BWI Business Partnership, Inc.
Resource Partners Chesapeake Regional Tech Council
City of Annapolis, Department of Economic Affairs
Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED)
Entrepreneur's Exchange (EE)
Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce
Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce (SPCC)
Maryland Technology Development Corporation
Maryland Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
Pasadena Business Association
Service Core of Retired Executives (SCORE)
Small Business Resource Center (SBRC)
Southern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce
West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce

For additional information please contact us or call 410-222-7410 to speak to a business

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Local & State Government

Below is a listing of the City of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and the State of
Major Stats Maryland Elected Officials Contact Information.

Economic Indicators
Anne Arundel County
Top Employers Anne Arundel County Government Telephone Directory
New, Expanding, & Relocating
Businesses Elected Officials Contact Information
Employment & Payrolls
County Executive
Local & State Government John R. Leopold (R), County Executive
Arundel Center
44 Calvert St.
Maps Annapolis, MD 21404 - 1831
Presentations (410) 222-1821
fax: (410) 222-1155

County Council

District 1
Honorable Daryl Jones (D)
Legislative Assistant: Linda Harris
Glen Burnie Office: 410-222-6890
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 2
Honorable C. Edward Middlebrooks, (R)
Legislative Assistant: Rose Brooks
Glen Burnie Office: 410-222-6890
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 3
Honorable Ronald C. Dillion, Jr. (R)
Legislative Assistant: Beth Jones
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 4
Honorable James Benoit (D)
Legislative Assistant: Veronica Jagoe
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 5
Honorable Cathleen M. Vitale, (R)
Legislative Assistant: Diane Jennings
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401

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Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401

Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 6
Chuck Ferrar
Legislative Assistant:
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

District 7
Honorable Tricia Johnson (R)
Legislative Assistant: Joyce Maloney
Annapolis Office: 410-222-1401
Work FAX: 410-222-1755

City of Annapolis
City of Annapolis On-line Telephone Directory

Elected Officials Contact Information

Mayor Joshua J. Cohen (D)

Phone: 410-263-7997

Honorable Richard E. Israel (D)

Alderman, Ward 1
Phone: 410-263-5607

Honorable Frederick M. Paone (R)

Alderman, Ward 2
Phone: 410-267-7604 (home phone)

Honorable Classie Gillis Hoyle (D)

Alderman, Ward 3
Phone: 443-949-7755

Honorable Sheila M. Finlayson (D)

Alderman, Ward 4
Phone: 410-626-0071

Honorable Mathew Silverman (D)

Alderman, Ward 5
Phone: 443-995-5441

Honorable Kenneth A. Kirby (D)

Alderman, Ward 6
Phone: 443-454-0834

Honorable Ian Pfeiffer (D)

Alderman, Ward 7
Phone: 410-295-6549

Honorable Ross H. Arnett III

Alderman, Ward 8
Phone: 410-295-7531

General Assembly

Maryland House of Delegates Contact Information

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Maryland House of Delegates Contact Information

Honorable Benjamin S. Barnes (D)

Delegate, District 21
House Office Building, Room 209
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
Phone: 410-841-3046
Fax: 410-841-3116

Honorable Barbara A. Frush (D)

Delegate, District 21
House Office Building, Room 207
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
Phone: 410-841-3114
Fax: 410-841-3116

Honorable Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk (D)

Delegate, District 21
House Office Building, Room 209
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401-1991
Phone: 410-841-3502
Fax: 410-841-3116

Honorable Michael E. Busch (D)

Delegate, District 30
101 State House
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3800
Fax: 410-841-3888

Honorable Virginia P. Clagett (D)

Delegate, District 30
House Office Building, Room 160
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3211
Fax: 410-841-3386

Honorable Ronald A. George (R)

Delegate, District 30
House Office Building, Room 162
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3439
Fax: 410-841-3256

Honorable Donald H. Dwyer, Jr. (R)

Delegate, District 31
House Office Building, Room 154
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3047
Fax: 410-841-3779

Honorable Nicholaus R. Kipke (R)

Delegate, District 31
House Office Building, Room 164
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3421

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Fax: 410-841-3764

Honorable Steven R. Schuh (R)

Delegate, District 31
House Office Building, Room 156
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3206
Fax: 410-841-3764

Honorable Pamela G. Beidle (D)

Delegate, District 32
House Office Building, Room 161
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3370
Fax: 410-841-3235

Honorable Mary Ann Love (D)

Delegate, District 32
House Office Building, Room 165
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3233
Fax: 410-841-3235

Honorable Theodore J. Sophocleus (D)

Delegate, District 32
House Office Building, Room 162
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3372
Fax: 410-841-3235

Honorable James J. King (R)

Delegate, District 33 A
House Office Building, Room 163
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3510
Fax: 410-841-3209

Honorable Tony McConkey (R)

Delegate, District 33 A
House Office Building, Room 157
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3406
Fax: 410-841-3209

Honorable Robert A. Costa (R)

Delegate, District 33 B
House Office Building, Room 159
6 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3551
Fax: 410-841-3209

Maryland State Senate Contact Information

Honorable James C. Rosapepe (D)

Senator, District 21
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Senator, District 21
James Senate Office Building, Room 314
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3141

Honorable John C. Astle (D)

Senator, District 30
James Senate Office Building, Room 123
11 Bladen street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3578

Honorable Bryan W. Simonaire (R)

Senator, District 31
James Senate Office Building, Room 414
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3047

Honorable James E. DeGrange Sr. (D)

Senator, District 32
James Senate Office Building, Room 101
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3593

Honorable Edward Reilly (R)

Senator, District 33
James Senate Office Building, Room 321
11 Bladen Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-841-3568

U.S. Congress Contact Information

Honorable Frank M. Kratovil (D)

Congressman, District 1
US House of Representatives
314 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: 202-225-5311
Fax: 202-225-0254

Honorable C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D)

Congressman, District 2
US House of Representatives
2453 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3061
Fax: 202-225-3094

Honorable John P. Sarbanes (D)

Congressman, District 3
US House of Representatives
2267 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-4016
Fax: 202-225-9219

Honorable Steny H. Hoyer (D)

Congressman, District 5
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Congressman, District 5
US House of Representatives
1705 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-4131
Fax: 202-225-4300

Hon. Barbara A. Mikulski (D)

Senator US Senate
503 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-4654
Fax: 202-224-8858

Honorable Benjamin L. Cardin (D)

Senator US Senate
509 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: 202-224-4524
Fax: 202-224-1651

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Top Employers

Major Stats
Economic Indicators The Top 10 Private and Public Sector Employers in Anne Arundel County

Top Employers

New, Expanding, & Relocating

Employment & Payrolls Government # Employees Product or Service
Local & State Government
Ft. George G. Meade 36,209 Dept. of Defense
intelligence training; 80
Maps tenant organizations
Presentations including the National
Security Agency, Defense
Information Schools,
EPA; employee number
to grow to 42,000when
BRAC consolidation is

Anne Arundel County 14,000 County public education

Public Schools K-12 (employee number
includes full-time, part-
time & contractual

BWI Thurgood Marshall 9,717 Regional airport


State of Maryland 9,082 State government


Anne Arundel 4,163 Local government

County Government services

U.S. Naval Academy 2,340 Federal naval education


U.S. Coast Guard Yard & 1,200 U.S. Coast yard,

Tenant Command industrial supply, logistics
and operational support

Anne Arundel Community 1,100 Public two-year college


US Postal Service 650 Incoming mail service

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City of Annapolis 550 Government services


Private-Sector #Employees Product or Service


Northrop Grumman 8,000 Headquarters, Electronic

Systems Sector

Southwest Airlines 3,200 Airline, East coast flight


Anne Arundel Health 2,800 Hospital


Baltimore Washington 2,650 Hospital

Medical Center

CSC (formerly Computer 1,829 Information technology

Sciences Corp.) services

Booz Allen Hamilton Information assurance,

1,600 information operations,
signals intelligence

Alegis Group 926 IT and engineering

placement group

Lockheed Martin 925 Engineering services

ARINC 900 HDQT, aircraft and


Verizon Communications Telecommunications

MD 844 services

Source: AAEDC

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Contracting Provide enjoyment, enrichment, education, and business opportunities for citizens.
Develop partnerships with local governments, universities, private enterprise, and the
Employment community.
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promote historic preservation, adaptive reuse, community redevelopment, cultural
Reports/Studies arts, and civic pride. In planning selected projects, MSA has the latitude to negotiate
with other government jurisdictions, and other departments within the State. Its
Take Our Survey mandate includes creating public- private partnerships for financing and operating

The Maryland Stadium Authority is a catalyst for improving quality of life and creating
a climate where industry can flourish. Every project undertaken by MSA has
contributed to the community where it is located, and the local economy it helps

The Maryland Stadium Authority represents more than buildings. Its continuing
legacy is found in activities and attraction that entertain and educate, enriching the
Maryland experience for those who live, work, and visit here. They provide a link
with our past and investment in our future. They offer opportunity for our business
sector while offering an enjoyable experience for citizens of all ages and interests.
They represent civic provide; fostering community and shared experiences.

The Maryland Stadium Authority is a place where commerce and culture meet the
public sector’s ability to provide these amenities for its citizens.

The Maryland Stadium Authority was established by the

General Assembly in 1986. The original mission was to
build, manage, and maintain quality facilities to retain major
league baseball, and return NFL football to Maryland.

In twenty years, MSA has completed projects in partnership

with local governments, universities, and the private sector
throughout Maryland. These include convention centers,
museums, theaters, parks, and campus centers in addition
to sports arenas. They have been completed on time, on

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Completed Projects In 1987, legislation was enacted approving Camden Yards as the site for the new stadium
complex and granting to the Stadium Authority administrative and operational powers,
Current Projects including condemnation authority and a special financing mechanism.

Feasibility Studies While efforts to secure an NFL expansion team continued, legislation was enacted
permitting the construction of a new baseball park at Camden Yards, contingent upon
Contracting securing a long- term lease with the Orioles. In 1988, when a memorandum of agreement
was negotiated between the team and the Maryland Stadium Authority, property
Employment acquisition, design and construction began on what would become Oriole Park at Camden
Yards. The ballpark opened on April 6,1992 to rave reviews from architectural critics, fans
Press Room and players. The opening resulted in the first significant increase in the size of MSA's staff
with the addition of facilities management personnel. Committed to maintaining the
Facility Guide baseball park in a first- class manner, personnel were selected both for their abilities and
willingness to ensure that Camden Yards remains the best ballpark in the nation.
The ballpark opened on April 6, 1992 to rave reviews from architectural critics,
Take Our Survey fans and players.

The original mission of the

Maryland Stadium Authority
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reputation built with the Camden
Yards ballpark resulted in the
Maryland General Assembly
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oversight roles in facilities other
than baseball and football

The next Stadium Authority

project was the refurbishment
and expansion of the Baltimore
Convention Center. This project
was completed in the Fall of 1996, overcoming problems of an extremely tight budget and
the worst winter weather Baltimore had experienced in many years.

MSA's next undertaking was expansion of the Ocean City Convention Center, completed in
the Fall of 1997, on time and under budget.

In November, 1996, more than a dozen years after the Colts' departure, Baltimore's NFL
hopes were realized. Art Modell announced that he would relocate his team to Baltimore
at the end of the current season. With this announcement, the design and construction
process for Ravens Stadium began. The team's relocation necessitated more than $2
million in improvements to Memorial Stadium which became the home of the Baltimore
Ravens for the 1996 and 1997 seasons. Ravens Stadium opened in August, 1998.

Authority's responsibilities continued to expand as new projects began and were

completed on time under our oversight.. These projects included the design and
construction of University Commons at the University of Maryland Baltimore County;
demolition of Memorial Stadium, the Sports Complex at Towson University; the University
of Maryland College Park Parking Garage; the Comcast Center at the University of
Maryland College Park (the replacement for Cole Field House), Ripken Stadium, the
Veterans’ Memorial and restoration of the historic Hippodrome Theater and Camden

Current Maryland Stadium Authority projects are the Southern Maryland Stadium and
Coppin State University Physical Education Complex.

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Gary A. McGuigan
Project Executive

Cynthia Hahn
Assistant Attorney General

David A. Raith
Chief Financial Officer

John F. Samoryk
Procurement Officer

Jeffrey K. Provenzano
Director, Football Operations

Susan G. Thorman
Director, Baseball Operations

James Slusser
Director, Security Management

Jan Hardesty
Public Information Officer

Joseph March
Information Technology

Bernadette Burghardt
Human Resources

Dawn Abshire
Fiscal Administrator

Pam Miller
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For more than 40 years Washington Performing Arts Society has created profound opportunities by
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Opportunities connecting the community to artists, in both education and performance. Through live events in venues that
criss-cross the landscape of the D.C. metropolitan area, WPAS invites all to share lifelong opportunities to 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
WPAS Staff deepen their cultural knowledge, enrich their lives, and expand their understanding of the world through the 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
universal language of the performing arts. Established in 1965 by impresario Patrick Hayes, the organization
flourished under Douglas Wheeler from 1982 to 2002. Now with the inspired leadership of President Neale 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
Perl, Washington Performing Arts Society continues to be widely recognized as one of the leading presenters 30 31
of the performing arts in the nation. After more than four decades, the organization remains committed to Mr.
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Hayes' vision of showcasing the complete spectrum of the arts in performances of the highest quality, for performance
including classical music, jazz, gospel, contemporary dance, international music and art forms, and works information.
that bend genres in provocative ways. Embracing both the traditions of the past and the vibrant artistry of the
future, WPAS is committed to commissioning world premieres on local stages to support artists' creativity.
Each year, WPAS presents more than 60 performances. To make these performances accessible to the
widest possible audience, WPAS presents artists in venues throughout the Washington, D.C. region,
including The Kennedy Center, The Music Center at Strathmore, The Warner Theatre, Dance Place, DAR
Constitution Hall, the George Washington University Lisner Auditorium, the GALA Theatre-Tivoli, and many
others. Set in the nation's capital and reflecting a population that hails from around the globe, these abundant
offerings both ground us in the great heritages of the world and allow our imaginations to fly, evoking fresh
perspectives on life. Complementing each season of performances are dynamic education programs in
schools and beyond, which are a hallmark of the institution and a mainstay in our nation's capital. Through such dynamic programs as The
Capitol Jazz Project, Concerts In Schools, Embassy Adoption, the Feder Memorial String Competition, and the Children of the Gospel
Mass Choir, WPAS touches the lives of more than 100,000 young people each year, more than 4 million students since WPAS' inception.

Board of Directors
2009/2010 Season

Chair Jay M. Hammer
Vice Chair James J. Sandman
Vice Chair Jon Sedmak
Vice Chair Reginald Van Lee
President & CEO Neale Perl
President Emeritus Douglas H. Wheeler

Members at Large
Arturo Brillembourg
Karen Campbell
Christina Co Mather
Robert S. Feinberg
Bruce Gates
Olivier Goudet
Steven Kaplan
Charlotte Cameron Marshall
Rachel Pearson
Mary Jo Veverka

General Counsel Burt Fishman

Board of Directors
Gina Adams
Hans Bruland
Jerald Bryant
Beverly Burke
Rima Calderon
James Coltharp
Josephine Cooper
Deborah Dingell
Kevin Fitzgerald
Norma Lee Funger
Rick Grant
Brian Hardie
Grace Hobelman
Jake Jones
Elizabeth Baker Keffer
Jerome Libin
Gary Lytle
Nancie Marzulla
James Miller
Glenn Mitchell
Jeff Norris
Jeanne Weaver Ruesch
Yvonne Sabine
Claude Schoch
Charlotte Schlosberg

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Laurie Lemley, Director of Development information.
(202) 533-1873 llemley@wpas.org
Carolyn Hays, Director of Individual Giving
Michelle Rathbun, Director of Special Events
Daren Thomas, Director of Corporate Relations
Meiyu Tsung, Director of Development Administration
Michael Syphax, Foundation Relations Manager
Lauren Pouliot, Donor Records Coordinator
Chelsey Christensen, Membership Gifts Associate
Keri Almstead, Development Intern

Carol A. Bogash, Director of Education
(202) 533-1870 cbogash@wpas.org
Katheryn R. Brewington, Assistant Director of Education / Director of Gospel Programs
Ashley Kurth Reinhart, Education Program Manager
Megan Merchant, Education Associate
Michelle Ebert Freire, Education Consultant
Charlotte Marshall, President, Women's Committee
Njambi, Embassy Adoption Program
Ernestine Arnold, Billie Marx, and Gladys Watkins, Enriching Experiences for Seniors
Koto Maesaka, Education Intern

Finance and Administration

Allen Lassinger, Director of Finance and Administration
Belinda Miller, Assistant Director of Finance
Robert Ferguson, Database Administrator
Samantha McElhaney Cheeks, Executive Assistant to the President

Marketing and Communications

Jonathan Kerr, Director of Marketing and Communications
Hannah Grove-DeJarnett, Assistant Director of Marketing and Communications
Scott Thureen, Audience Development Manager
Celia Anderson, Graphic Designer
Brenda Kean Tabor, Publicist
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Keith A. Kuzmovich, Website Manager
(202) 533-1893 kkuzmovich@wpas.org
Mike Rowan, Group Sales Coordinator
Zack Hayhurst, Marketing Intern

Jeffrey Parks, Director of Programming, Nonclassical
(202) 527-9733 jparks@wpas.org
Samantha Pollack, Director of Programming, Classical
(202) 533-1876 spollack@wpas.org
Kyle Rudgers, Production Manager
Stanley J. Thurston, Artistic Director, WPAS Gospel Choirs

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Corinne Baker, Advertising and Ticketing Coordinator
Michelle Shelby, Ticket Services Assistant
Cara Zimbalist, Ticket Services Assistant

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History and Purpose Public Meeting

March 26, 2010
The National Council on the Arts advises the Chairman of the National Live Webcast
Endowment for the Arts, who also chairs the Council, on agency policies and
programs. It reviews and makes recommendations to the Chairman on
applications for grants, funding guidelines, and leadership initiatives.
Upcoming Meetings:
The Council was established through the National Arts and Cultural Development June 25, 2010
Act of 1964, a full year before the federal agency was created by Congressional October 29, 2010
legislation. Its first members were appointed by President Lyndon Johnson and
included noted artists such as Marian Anderson, Leonard Bernstein, Agnes de Meeting Agendas:
Mille, Richard Diebenkorn, Duke Ellington, Helen Hayes, Charlton Heston, Harper October 2009
Lee, Gregory Peck, Sidney Poitier, Richard Rodgers, Rosalind Russell, David June 2009
Smith, John Steinbeck, and Isaac Stern. March 2009

The National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act of 1965 established the
National Endowment for the Arts and provided for 26 citizens to serve as Member Bios
advisors to the agency as members of the National Council on the Arts. Members
Rocco Landesman
are appointed by the President and approved by the Senate for six-year,
staggered terms. In 1997, Congress enacted legislation that reduced the James Ballinger
membership of the Council to 14 and required the appointment of an additional
six members of Congress to serve in an ex officio, non-voting capacity for two- Miguel Campaneria
year terms.
Ben Donenberg
The Presidential appointments, by law, are selected for their widely recognized
JoAnn Falletta
knowledge of the arts or their expertise or profound interest in the arts. They
have records of distinguished service or achieved eminence in the arts and are Lee Greenwood
appointed so as to represent equitably all geographical areas of the country.
Congressional members are appointed in the following manner: two by the Joan Israelite
Speaker of the House, one by the Minority Leader of the House, two by the
Majority Leader of the Senate, and one by the Minority Leader of the Senate. Charlotte Kessler

Bret Lott
Roles and Functions
Irvin Mayfield
The major areas in which the Council advises the agency and its Chairman are:
Stephen Porter
Applications for Federal grant funds recommended by advisory panels;
Guidelines outlining funding categories, objectives, and eligibility; Barbara Ernst Prey
Leadership initiatives and partnership agreements with other agencies;
Agency budget levels, allocations, and funding priorities; Frank Price
Policy directions involving Congressional legislation and other issues of
Terry Teachout
importance to the arts nationally.
Karen Wolff
The Council also recommends individuals and organizations to receive the
National Medal of Arts, a Presidential award in recognition of outstanding Ex-Officio
contributions to the arts in America. Senate
Robert Bennett (R-UT)
Currently, Council meetings are convened for one-day sessions three times per
Claire McCaskill (D-MO)
year, usually on Fridays in March, July, and November. Meetings are held at the
Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)
Nancy Hanks Center/Old Post Office Building in Washington, DC, and are open to
the public. The day before the Council meeting, members are briefed by staff House
about the pending grant applications that they will consider, as well as the Patrick J. Tiberi (R-OH)
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Minority leadership of the
Current Council Members remaining Members of
Congress to the Council is
Rocco Landesman Stephen Porter pending.
Chairman Patron/Attorney
National Endowment for the Arts Washington, DC
Term: 2007-2012
James Ballinger
Museum Director Barbara Ernst Prey
Phoenix, AZ Visual Artist
Term: 2004-2010 Oyster Bay, NY
Term: 2008-2014
Miguel Campaneria
Dance School Director Frank Price
Hartford, CT Film Industry Executive
Term: 2007-2012 New York, NY
Term: 2006-2012
Ben Donenberg
Theater Producer/Director/Arts Terry Teachout
Educator Critic/Author
Los Angeles, CA New York, NY
Term: 2006-2012 Term: 2004-2010

JoAnn Falletta Karen Wolff

Music Director Retired Music Educator
Buffalo, NY, & Norfolk, VA Ann Arbor, MI
Term: 2008-2012 Term: 2003-2008

Lee Greenwood
Country Music Singer/Songwriter
Nashville, TN Ex-Officio Members, United
Term: 2008-2014 States Congress

Joan Israelite Senate

Retired Local Arts Agency Executive Robert Bennett (R-UT)
Kansas City, MO Claire McCaskill (D-MO)
Term: 2006-2012 Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)

Charlotte Kessler House

Patron/Trustee Patrick J. Tiberi (R-OH)
Columbus, OH
Appointment by Majority and
Term: 2006-2012
Minority leadership of the
Bret Lott remaining Members of
Author/Editor Congress to the Council is
Charleston, SC pending.
Term: 2006-2012

Irvin Mayfield
Jazz Musician, Composer
New Orleans, LA
Term: 2010-2016

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and means of human endeavors, and to enable them to make thoughtful choices in public and private life.

Students at St. John's pursue such an education by participating in the activities of its community of
learning. The central activity is the reading and discussion, in small classes, of the great works of the West.
This study is supported by and intertwined with the study of the elements of languages, mathematics,
science, and music. In Santa Fe there is also a program that focuses on the great works of the East.

At St. John's College, we seek to develop in our students an awareness of fundamental alternatives for
understanding the human condition, a desire and capacity for lifelong learning, and an ability to deal with
complex issues through both cooperative inquiry and independent thinking.


Liberal education at St. John’s College involves adherence to an ideal that we attempt to embody in
activity. By engaging students in an examination of the fundamental questions that human beings need to
consider and by giving students the responsibility for their own learning, we hope to open the world to
them in such a way that they become excellent citizens, parents, partners, colleagues, and friends. We
aspire to provide the best possible educational experience guided by our mission and supported by
appropriate resources. As one college on two campuses, including Board, faculty, staff, students and
alumni, we strive to build a community where careful listening, respect for the contributions of others and
thoughtful attempts to reach a shared understanding extend to all aspects of the life of the college.


The program of instruction, called “the Program,” is at the heart of the college. This is always the most
basic assumption underlying all planning and activity at St. John’s. Since its inception in 1937, the all-
required undergraduate curriculum has undergone and will continue to undergo alterations within a
framework understood by the faculty and overseen by the Instruction Committee. Reading and study of
original texts considered to be at the center of Western thought, a roughly chronological approach in all
areas, a seminar-style format in all classrooms, a shared responsibility for learning, and the acquisition and
exercise of intellectual skills in the service of radical questioning – these form the structure within which
liberal learning takes place at St. John’s. The Graduate Institute adheres to the same basic structure with
two exceptions: an Eastern Classics program focuses on texts and ideas from India, China, and Japan; and
the approach across segments is not strictly chronological.

The period covered by this strategic plan, 2008 through 2013, will be pivotal for the college. The previous
strategic plan covered the period of 2000 through 2008, a time of intense activity. A major capital
campaign raised more than $133 million in gifts and pledges in support of the college’s priorities:
increasing the amount of funding available for financial aid; bringing tutor salaries to the median of our
peer group and providing a solid program of faculty development; improving student and campus life by
funding internships, strengthening the libraries and laboratories, and funding opportunities for teachers to
attend the Graduate Institute; increasing the endowment; and renovating and constructing facilities.

Coming off this campaign, not only have some major priorities been addressed, but the college is in a better
position to address future needs. The donor base has increased and alumni, friends, and foundations provide
financial support to a significantly greater degree. Financial controls and cross-campus budgeting have
been put into place. Leadership on the two campuses is strong, and the Management Committee brings the


two campuses together as one college in effective ways. As always, the program of instruction is under
constant review; with the increased opportunities for faculty study, new approaches to program books and
studies have been undertaken, to the benefit of students and tutors on both campuses.

In short, mere survival is no longer an issue for St. John’s College. While we are by no means as well off as
some of our peer institutions, we are on stable ground.

Especially considered in the light of the college’s condition 15 years ago, we have the opportunity to
address challenges and to take advantage of opportunities as never before. We have stabilized draw on the
endowment. New gifts and good performance have meant a growth in the total endowment. Tuition
revenue and gifts have created a steady revenue for operations. Both campuses show a small surplus
annually. We have refined our admissions practices and financial aid policies. We have improved print
materials to award-winning status, upgraded the website, and produced distinctive videos, all of which
helped to attract potential students who are well-suited to the program as a result. (However, we recognize
the necessity to continue to refine admissions and financial aid practices in both the immediate and long-
range future.) Needed facilities of excellent quality have been added to each campus, and both campuses
operate under an annual planning cycle that addresses all major areas of operation. The base of support
from alumni has increased significantly, and the college has brought in friends who understand and support
the program in greater numbers. More foundations recognize the quality of the educational activity at the
college and support it.

The task over the five years covered in this plan will be to evolve so that new challenges identified can be
met. A number of fundamental questions remain for us. These are summarized below in the “Challenges”
section. How we address and move forward with respect to these questions will determine important
directions for the college. The fundamental educational goals of St. John’s College, summarized in the
mission statement, remain. We hope to continue to improve the educational experience for our students and
provide the best possible environments for carrying out the mission.

Challenges and Opportunities:

The challenges St. John!s College will face over the five years covered by the plan are closely linked to the
impact on the core mission of certain questions. To remain true to our mission may require that we change,
adapt, be flexible in certain ways.

1. How do we sustain what we value? If we believe there is a limit to the size of the community within
which this education can be actualized, we are faced with a daunting financial challenge. Certainly the
financial needs of the campuses – for operations, physical improvements, etc. – will continue to increase.
Without a proportionate increase in the revenue from tuition, our ability to address priorities will diminish.
Similarly, fundraising also has limited potential to increase the revenue stream significantly. We will be in
trough period following the campaign, building the donor base for the next campaign and stewarding
current donors. Our constituent groups are not large; foundation support will always be limited without a
research component to our proposals and without innovations or new initiatives.

2. How do we continue to attract students and expand our applicant pool in today’s higher education
climate? How do we commit to diversity and gender balance on the campuses, and what means will we
consider for these commitments? The very distinctiveness of the program and the importance of it means
that we have to be flexible, adaptive in our admissions practices. What prospective students expect will
change, what our competitors offer and the tactics they use to attract students will change. Even if we have
been comfortable with the number and quality of students we have been attracting, we may need to try new
adaptive measures. We must also consider demographics and the state of the economy – both of which may
adversely impact our recruiting efforts and enrollment.

3. How do we mold our campuses’ physical spaces so that they are best suited to the pursuits of the
program? Some projects remain unfunded from the campaign – most notably the Santa Fe laboratory
renovations and addition. How do we fund this and also capital projects identified in the next few years?


Can we adequately fund necessary deferred maintenance? First steps to solid campus master planning,
including deferred maintenance and environmental sustainability issues, have been taken. The ability to
foresee improvements that will be important beyond our current status is crucial.

4. How can we become the best community of learning – and what does that mean for each member of the
college community on each of the campuses? As the administrative tasks of running a college like St.
John’s successfully become more complex, will we be able to sustain the values of cooperation and
consensus that have always bound us together in the past? Addressing concerns about faculty governance
and a meaningful recognition of the contribution of staff; formulating a comprehensive approach to student
life that centers on their experience of the program but also recognizes the importance of nurturing other
interests; and furthering the cooperative academic and administrative tasks carried on by the two campuses
will be challenging.

5. How can we reach out to the world beyond in ways that will benefit those who participate in what we
offer and best bring benefit to the college? We have a number of successful outreach programs designed to
inform various constituent groups about the college and its ways, serve as continuing education to groups
of constituents, increase knowledge about the college, and develop Friends and donors. Such outreach is a
necessity for the college’s survival and ability to thrive. Participants in these groups often push for
more…but what does that mean with respect to the mission of the college as an undergraduate institution?
We continue to need to reach out to various communities, but what about the internal pressure against
expansion? How do we consider outreach with respect to our alumni? What are the differences in the Santa
Fe and Annapolis communities that might influence outreach activities? How can outreach help the college
with issues like diversity and admissions?

The opportunities available to St. John!s College over the next five years center around the firmness with
which we adhere to our core mission. Certainty about who we are and what we do can stand in the way of
improving, or it can reinforce our ability to evolve.

1. The program of instruction is at the center of all academic life at the college and its success over the
years can serve as a model of liberal education. For admissions, such a niche is an enviable attribute. For
alumni, the steadfastness of ideals with respect to the program is a rallying point. The Graduate Institute
and the Eastern Classics program add depth to the academic experience as a whole.

2. The faculty on the two campuses are committed to the ideals of the mission. Without departments, they
function as a collaborative group with a common purpose. The faculty development program made possible
through the allocation of resources and grants and gifts has significantly increased the range of subjects
dealt with and enabled the faculty to deepen their own understanding and that of their students.

3. The success of the campaign reaches beyond the dollars raised. For the first time, the college has a solid
base of financial support among alumni. Additionally, friends and foundations consider the college more
seriously as a real presence because of the affirmation the campaign success indicates. Everything from
public relations to communication with parents to relationships with local government is easier. The
program itself is considered more seriously by outsiders and those unfamiliar with it because it has been the
basis of support. Our ability to leverage the successes of the campaign is both a challenge and an

4. The increased financial stability provided by solid leadership, partnership between the campuses, better
fundraising, and sound fiscal management means that the college can consider improvements to the
educational experience offered rather than simply survival in the usual mode.

Unless otherwise indicated, all goals and means apply college-wide.

I. Maintain the health and vitality of the program of instruction for undergraduate and graduate


The program of instruction at St. John’s College embodies a distinctive, indeed radical, vision of liberal
education. It is an immense strategic challenge to sustain this vision in the face of external pressures, both
predictable and unpredictable, and to provide the conditions in which it can flourish. The Polity entrusts
the organization of the program of instruction to the faculty and provides mechanisms by which it can
implement such changes as it deems desirable.
Certain factors have been identified as conducive to the health and vitality of the program.
Management of these goals should enable the campuses to provide the conditions necessary for that

Goal A: Ensure optimal campus size and class size (Deans and Presidents)
ANNAPOLIS – Undergraduates @ 450 +/-25; 475 budgeted enrollment 2008-2013;
Graduate Institute @ 80-90 during academic year and 60-80 summer
SANTA FE – Undergraduates @ 450 +/- 25; Graduate Institute @ 80-90 MALA students
and 30-35 MAEC students
COLLEGE-WIDE – All classes @ 17-19 for seminars and 13-15 for tutorials

Goal B: Recruit and develop a strong faculty (Deans and Instruction Committee)
a. Expand faculty development, increasing support for summer study groups to
$200,000 on each campus; provide at least three full stations of released time for
auditing or study groups for junior faculty
b. Broaden and strengthen applicant pool
c. Maintain sabbatical program

Goal C: Structure undergraduate admissions to attract a student body that will most benefit from and
provide benefit to the Program (Deans, Presidents, and Admission Directors)
a. Conduct a comprehensive review of the St. John's College admissions structure,
strategies, communications, policies and procedures and make recommendations for
improvements to the college’s Management Committee, the presidents and deans.
Within this broad review specifically focus on the need to increase and balance
applications with the goal of 900-1000 applications college-wide and with sensitivity
to the gender and diversity concerns on each of the campuses.
b. Advance other communications tools, especially the web site
c. Increase interest and applications from students we have had difficulty attracting
(students of color, international students) by expanding current admissions efforts
and exploring partnerships, print and web opportunities, international visits, and
specialized publications.

Goal D: Ensure appropriate financial aid policies, maintaining the college’s need-based financial aid
program (Deans and Financial Aid Directors)
a. Annually review competitiveness of financial aid packages and consider proportion
of loan
b. Re-evaluate policies for international students and review policies for veterans
c. SANTA FE – Study and evaluate employment situation of students with respect to
the demands of the program

Goal E: Structure graduate admissions to attract a student body that will most benefit from and provide
benefit to the Program (Deans, GI Directors)
COLLEGE-WIDE - Ensure effectiveness of communications efforts (print, advertising,
web) and review publications and practices.
ANNAPOLIS - Increase effectiveness and expand means of reaching potential students
for the summer Hodson Trust Teacher Fellowship Program


SANTA FE – Seek funding and establish a program parallel to the Hodson program for

Goal F: Improve the quality of support materials for the academic program: manuals, laboratory equipment
and project materials. Explore academic uses of IT (Deans and Instruction Committee)
a. Produce electronic versions of manuals, working through a college-wide faculty
b. Review procedures for manual revision and production
c. SANTA FE – Provide updated laboratories and laboratory equipment
d. ANNAPOLIS – Continue to improve laboratory equipment and project materials
e. Improve support materials for music program (instruments, electronic access, etc.)
f. Provide IT support for tutors who wish to explore possible academic uses of IT

Goal G: Improve the library collections and services (Deans and Library Directors)
COLLEGE-WIDE – Continue to increase funding for books, electronic databases,
periodicals, and replacements

a. Strengthen weak areas in collections

b. SANTA FE: Seek additional funding for critical acquisitions
c. ANNAPOLIS: Develop policy for selection of electronic resources
d. Address conservation and preservation needs

II. Promote a student experience that complements and enhances the program of instruction and
supports retention

St. John’s is a residential college whose cohesive academic program permeates every aspect of student life.
We seek to improve the student experience so that in every area it matches the quality, richness, and depth
of students’ classroom experience.

Goal A: Enhance residential life and community experience (Deans and Assistant Deans)
a. Improve the introduction to the college for freshmen
b. Improve the preparation and support of Resident Assistants and Senior Residents
c. Seek student input regarding residential and campus life priorities as part of master
planning for facilities (see section IV) (Annapolis)
d. Increase interaction between student and student-faculty committees
e. Increase on-campus housing to accommodate 80% of students (see section IV)
(Santa Fe)
f. Improve Residential Assistant and Senior Resident training and support

Goal B: Improve the support of the mental and physical health of the students (Deans and Assistant Deans)
a. Develop stronger support program to address physical and mental health issues
b. Develop programming on alcohol, drugs, social and sexual issues through the Health
and Counseling centers
c. Improve our ability to support students with disabilities and respond to ADA issues
d. Continue to improve support for athletic program (focus on equipment replacement,
boating programs)



a. Develop programming for drug and alcohol education, coordinated with the Student
Health Office and Student Life Committee
b. Improve Student Health Office
c. Improve our ability to support students with disabilities and respond to ADA issues

Goal C: Support student-initiated activities beyond the classroom (Deans and Assistant Deans)
COLLEGE-WIDE – Promote student service possibilities and support with staffing
assistance and resources
ANNAPOLIS – Improve support of student-initiated activities in consultation with
Student Committee on Instruction, RAs, and Delegate Council; explore creation of
stronger volunteer program
SANTA FE – Provide broader support for extracurricular activities; review and
coordinate all student activities (athletics, music, etc.); provide more opportunities for GI
involvement in student activities

Goal D: Strengthen Career Services program (Deans and Career Services Directors)
a. Conduct a programmatic review of Career Services
b. Increase number of funded internship opportunities offered
c. Strengthen graduate school and fellowship opportunity counseling
d. Improve communication with students regarding use of Career Services offices
e. Improve available resources for students and improve staff training in use of
f. Develop strong alumni resource pipeline for graduate and professional options

Goal E: Ensure an environment that welcomes and supports diversity and addresses the challenge of
acculturation (Presidents and Deans)
Seek recommendations from a faculty/staff committee to consider best ways to look at
questions surrounding issues of diversity on campus: recruitment, campus atmosphere,
support systems for minority students, educational and community outreach activities

a. Improve resources available to international students to assist with their particular
b. Encourage dialogue about diversity through Student Committee on Instruction panel
c. Continue to focus on the Opportunity Initiative with special attention to the
development of a three-year plan
d. Attend to question of gender balance

Goal F: Study issues related to retention: academic, health, social, financial, campus life (Deans)
a. Improve tracking of reasons for withdrawal
b. Develop early warning and response strategies so as to retain students who will most
benefit from and provide benefit to the program

Goal G: Develop and implement Emergency Response and Continuity of Operations Plans for each campus

III. Provide the means to support the program of instruction and address college priorities


Although the college is completing a successful capital campaign in 2008, the necessity for astute financial
planning, financial forecasting, and fundraising remains. During this crucial five-year period, we seek to
firmly establish financial controls and plan fundraising to cover priorities identified as well as lay the
groundwork for the next, more extended phase of planning and fundraising.

Goal A: Ensure the financial health and stability of the college (Treasurers and Vice Presidents)
a. Maintain adequate financial controls
b. Balance budgets and develop multi-year budget/financial plan
c. Raise funds sufficient for operations and capital projects, with a focus on increasing
endowment, meeting aggressive annual fund goals, and leveraging campaign
accomplishments; address unmet campaign priorities through fundraising
d. Continue to provide resources for equivalent experience for students on both

Goal B: Plan, implement, monitor, and measure performance in accordance with strategic plan (Officers)

IV. Ensure optimal organizational structure, practices, and compensation that are necessary to
maintain the health of the program, promote effective operations, and improve sense of community

The St. John’s organizational structure – one college on two campuses, with a single board and faculties
and staffs on each – presents certain challenges. We seek to provide faculty and staff who can best serve
the college, and who are compensated fairly, encouraged in their professional development, and active
participants in a healthy, open community.

Goal A: Provide fair salary and benefits, to attract and retain a talented, dedicated, and diverse faculty and
staff (Officers)
With respect to TUTORS
a. Review, revise and propose tutor compensation goals
b. Provide adequate opportunities for faculty development (see section I)


a. Revise and propose staff compensation goals by means of the Compease system for
job evaluation;
b. Develop appropriate professional development plan, including benchmarks and goals

With respect to ALL

a. Address unfunded liability of post-retirement medical plan

Goal B: Study factors that influence effective operations and develop practices to ensure effectiveness
a. Utilize completed study of the impact of college size (attached) and the resulting
operational expectations on faculty and staff to assess range of possibilities for
effective internal organization
b. Improve intercampus coordination

Goal C: Improve the sense of community on the campuses and between the campuses(Officers)
a. Review role of faculty in the organization of the college (Deans, Faculty)
b. Review staff role in the organization of the college, and enhance understanding of
the role of staff among the larger community (Officers, Staff)


c. Improve internal and cross-campus communication

d. Improve new employee orientation
e. Encourage activities that promote a sense of community among students, faculty and
f. Continue to provide the means for intercampus visits and collaboration among
faculty and staff

Goal D: Work with the Board of Visitors and Governors to help the college achieve its strategic priorities
(Presidents, BVG)
a. Work to achieve diversity, maximize expertise, encourage fundraising potential
among nominees
b. Use the web to facilitate and improve communication
c. Focus on development of future leadership

V. Develop a physical environment for each campus that is worthy of the program and college

Goal A: Plan for short- and long- term projects to improve the physical plant (Treasurers)
a. Develop annual and multi-year project plans to address physical plant improvements
b. Develop a college-wide sustainability program

Goal B: Maintain buildings and grounds to a high standard (Treasurers)

Develop annual and multi-year plans for each campus

Goal C: Construct new buildings, hardscaping, and landscaping to meet the needs of the community

a. Develop new campus master and landscaping plans
b. Develop timeline for completion of various phases of master plan

a. Construct Levan Hall
b. Update master plan with City of Santa Fe
c. Construct new Residential Center
d. Renovate/add to Evans Science Laboratory

Goal D: Provide adequate IT to support the priorities of the college (Officers, IT Director)
a. Review the ITS Program Plan of June 2006 and revise as needed to fully align with
this strategic plan

VI. Engage alumni in a lifelong relationship with the college

By virtue of the curriculum at St. John’s, alumni have in common a particular intellectual experience. A
strategy for providing a mutually beneficial and effective alumni relations program should recognize the
power of this common experience.

Goal A. Encourage alumni sense of responsibility for the future well-being of the college and provide
optimal conditions for alumni interaction with each other and with the college (Vice Presidents, Alumni


Form a task force of alumni and college staff to make recommendations on best ways to
attain goals, with the guidance and advice of a consultant

Goal B: Support the continuing intellectual development of alumni (Vice Presidents, Alumni Director)
a. Continue the Piraeus Program (alumni seminars) on both campuses and consider
expansion to major cities
b. Continue to support Alumni Association chapter seminars and other opportunities for
alumni access to the reading and discussion of great books

Goal C: Improve career services to better serve alumni and to better utilize alumni volunteers (Vice
Presidents, Deans, Career Services Directors)

Goal D: Develop programs in four areas – young alumni, Graduate Institute alumni, alumni support of the
college (financial and volunteer); identification of future leaders (Vice Presidents, Alumni Director)
a. Provide support for Alumni Association chapters to increase effective networking,
social life, and intellectual stimulation
b. Maximize effectiveness of the web by developing the online community and
improving e-newsletter communication
c. Develop and implement next phases of fundraising volunteer activities
d. Develop and implement programs and activities on the campuses and in cities to
involve potential alumni leaders for volunteer activities

VII. Strengthen involvement with the greater communities within which the college exists

Outreach is an important factor in our consideration of the future. The college should continue its efforts to
be recognized and understood, so that it can more effectively serve as a model of liberal arts education. In
terms of support – financial and otherwise – outreach is an effective tool for bringing the excellence of St.
John’s to a wider audience than alumni and the immediate college community. Such outreach is a necessity
for the college’s survival and ability to thrive.

Goal A: Improve recognition and understanding of the college’s mission and activities in its greater
communities (city, state, nation) (Vice Presidents, Communications Directors)

a. Expand communications and media relations for continued visibility of the college
b. Continue to engage local friends groups to further town-gown relations
c. Encourage volunteerism and service by students, faculty and staff as signs of St.
John’s presence in the community
d. Maintain high standards for publications
e. Improve the web site so that it serves admissions, advancement, and alumni as well
as presenting a clear picture of the college and its activities to various constituent

Goal B: Conduct appropriate outreach activities based on the following principles: The college!s distinctive
ways of teaching and learning constitute a good that merits sharing with others in ways that are compatible
with and supportive of its primary mission as an institution of liberal education; and The college is
dependent on the goodwill and support of individuals, organizations, and agencies (local and national) and
must provide opportunities to make itself known to them and to cultivate their friendship and support. (Vice


a. Continue to offer St. John’s as an intellectual and cultural resource for local
communities through lectures, concerts, Mitchell Art Gallery, Santa Fe Art Gallery,
Continuing Education programs
b. Continue to offer, based upon regular cost/benefit analyses (including consideration
of faculty time and attention), seminar programs as part of effort to create awareness
of the college’s mission and encourage potential donors; consider expanding the
kinds of groups for whom outreach is conducted

Goal C: Support and promote the good of liberal education (Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans)
a. Support a public policy committee of the BVG
b. Utilize strong presidential voices as part of Annapolis Group and other state and
national higher education groups
c. Recognize and support faculty involvement with curriculum development at other
schools, symposia, conferences, groups (e.g., ACTC)
d. Recognize and support writing for publication or public appearances of deans, tutors,
presidents on the topic of liberal learning

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River Landing became the focal point of shipping and travel in this area.

In 1684 it was officially designated a "port of entry" for checking imports and
exports, along with Town Point at Herring Bay, Londontown on the South
River and "Newtown", now Annapolis, on the Severn.

The village continued to be the main port on the West River for both
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"Tenthouse Creek" by which name it is called today.

The West River Quaker Meeting in the spring of 1672 represented the birth
of Quakerism in Maryland, the second such meeting in Maryland. In 1924
the name of the town was changed to Galesville in honor of Richard Gale, a
prominent Quaker planter in this area.

The Quaker burying ground at the intersection of Route 468 and Route 255
was begun by these early Quakers.

Nestled between Tenthouse and Lerch Creeks on the north and south, and
Route 468 and the West River on the west and east, Galesville has always
held a special place for those who have visited here. Galesville is a village
which encompasses not only residential but commercial, recreational and
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industrial areas. Some of the businesses are still run by descendents of the
founders -- Hartge Yacht Yard, Hardesty Funeral Home, Smith Brothers Pile
Driving, and Purner Well Drilling

Galesville Heritage Society, Inc.

The Galesville Heritage Society (GHS) maintains historical records and

memorabilia at Galesville Heritage Museum. It sponsors the annual July 4th
parade. GHS hosts quarterly dinners with Speakers, Veterans Day
observance and a Christmas decorating contest. The GHS also sponsors
the holiday house tours.

We hope you will visit Galesville, one of Maryland's last remaining villages. It
is a special place.

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The Board of Directors of Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc., is responsible for providing continuous
oversight of the operation of Strathmore, working to achieve the goals set forth in Strathmore's
mission. The Board, comprised of representatives appointed by the County Executive and County
Council and elected by the Board itself, properly reflects the views and incorporates the needs of the
community at large. In short, the Board strives to ensure Strathmore's success and growth in a
responsible and proactive manner. Strathmore's Board members serve three-year terms.

Executive Committee

Nancy Hardwick, Vice Chair

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Jerome W. Breslow, Esq., Secretary Clark Construction Group
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Director, Office of Management and Budget Jim Mannarino
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The Chinese Channel
Dickie S. Carter
Urban Service Systems Corporation Kenny O’Brien
Music & Arts Centers, Inc.
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Lockheed Martin Lori Riordan
Starr G. Ezra
The Ezra Company William G. "Bill" Robertson
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Pepco Mary Kay Shartle-Galotto

Paul L. Hatchett Wendy J. Susswein, ex officio

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Nancy Goodman Brinker

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Herbert V. Kohler, Jr.

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Carl Lindner, III

Donna G. Marriott

The Hon. Norman Y. Mineta

Marilyn Carlson Nelson

Jack L. Oliver, III

Robert Frank Pence

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Joseph E. Robert, Jr.

Duane R. Roberts

David M. Rubenstein

Shirley W. Ryan

Leonard Sands

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Jean Kennedy Smith

Dean A. Spanos

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Stephen A. Wynn

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Hillary Rodham Clinton,

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Arne Duncan,
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Kathleen Sebelius,
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Senator James Inhofe

Senator Harry Reid

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Senator Mitch McConnell

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Senator Dianne Feinstein

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Rep. John Boehner

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Robert Barnett

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Roger L. Stevens †

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Stephen A. Schwarzman

James D. Wolfensohn

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Buffy Cafritz

Kenneth M. Duberstein

James H. Evans

Alma Gildenhorn

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Richard Adler

Joe L. Allbritton

Robert O. Anderson

Philip F. Anschutz

Smith Bagley

The Hon. Lucius D. Battle

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Lois Betts

Otis R. Bowen, M.D.

Ronald W. Burkle

Joseph A. Califano, Jr.

Henry E. Catto

David M. Childs

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William M. Daley

Ralph P. Davidson

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Ronald I. Dozoretz

Phyllis C. Draper

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Stevie Eller

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Melvyn J. Estrin

George Farias

Thomas C. Foley

Craig L. Fuller

Mary Galvin

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John W. Gardner

Bruce S. Gelb

Newt Gingrich

David Girard-diCarlo

Albert B. Glickman

Roy Goodman

Vinod Gupta

R. Philip Hanes, Jr.

Mrs. William Lee Hanley, Jr.

Orval Hansen

Mark O. Hatfield

Helen Joan Holt

Caroline Rose Hunt

Phyllis Middleton Jackson

Anne Johnson

The Hon. Brenda LaGrange


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William "Bill" Johnson

Ann Jordan

Mrs. Earle Jorgensen

Roger G. Kennedy

Donald M. Koll

Kathi Koll

The Hon. Evelyn S. Lieberman

Carol Hill Lowe

Fran P. Mainella

Marlene A. Malek

David Mathews

Dorothy Swann McAuliffe

James A. McClure

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Cappy McGarr

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Donna C. McLarty

Harry McPherson

William F. McSweeny

Dina Merrill

Mary V. Mochary

Joan Mondale

Michael F. Neidorff

Ron Nessen

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Mary M. Ourisman

Frank H. Pearl

Arthur Penn

Senator Charles H. Percy

Ronald O. Perelman

The Hon. John Edward Porter

Alma Powell

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Albert H. Quie

Gerald M. Rafshoon

The Hon. Charlotte T. Reid

Catherine B. Reynolds

Mrs. A.A. Ribicoff

The Hon. John Richardson

The Hon. Richard W. Riley

Miles L. Rubin

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.

The Hon. Richard S. Schweiker

The Hon. Donna E. Shalala

Bud Shuster,
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Joy A. Silverman

John G. Spatuzza

The Hon. Robert G. Stanton

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Catherine Stevens

The Hon. Donna F. Tuttle

Ronald H. Walker

The Hon. Lowell Weicker, Jr.

Mark S. Weiner

Jerry Weintraub

Beatrice W. Welters

Thomas E. Wheeler

Charles Z. Wick

Charlie Wilson

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