ROBERT L. FRANK
Democrat, District 11, Baltimore County
Member of House of Delegates, 1995-99, representing District 11 (Baltimore County). Member, Economic Matters Committee, 1995-99 (vice-chair, science & technology subcommittee; member, real property subcommittee; workers' compensation subcommittee); Joint Advisory Committee on Legislative Data Systems, 1998-99.
Member, Select Committee on Gender Equality of Court of Appeals and Maryland State Bar Association, 1992-93; State Employees' Health Insurance Advisory Council, 1995-97.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, March 26, 1958. Attended Pikesville High School, Pikesville, Maryland; Duke University, B.S. (electrical engineering), 1980; University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., 1983. Attorney. Principal, Law Offices of Robert L. Frank, 1995-. Of Counsel, Pinder Plotkin Legal Team, 2021-. Member, Maryland State Bar Association, 1985- (past member, board of governors; chair, general practice section); American Bar Association; Baltimore County Bar Association. President and Chief Executive Officer, Blue Devil Umpire Association, 1979-. Member, Reisterstown, Owings Mills, Glyndon Chamber of Commerce, 1987- (president, 1991-92, 2014-17); Pikesville Chamber of Commerce. Past chair, Joint Chambers Action Committee, Baltimore County. President, Pikesville Baseball Program, 1984-86; Pikesville Recreation Council, 1988-90 (treasurer, 2014-); Reisterstown Recreation Council, 2016-18. Chair, Woodholme Park Light Committee, 1986-89; Interview Committee of Baltimore, Duke University Alumni, 1987-92. League Chair, Reisterstown Baseball, 1991-94. Executive Board, Reisterstown Elementary School P.T.A., 1991- (parliamentarian, 1993-). Chair, Community Partnership Committee, 1993-94. Executive Board, Franklin Middle School P.T.A., 1995-. Baltimore County P.T.A. Representative, 1992- (chair, community partnership committee, 1991-). President, Reisterstown Theatre Project, 2007-14. President and founder, The Bard's Wagon Players, 2016-. Married; three children.
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