Board Members

Board Members

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Jane E. Lichter, Chair
District 2 – Elected 2022

Jane Lichter is a career educator, having spent 37 years working in Baltimore County Public Schools. She started her career as a special educator at Essex, Sparks, and Milbrook elementary schools before becoming a language arts resource teacher, curriculum and instruction coordinator, and principal of Lansdowne Elementary School. During her last 8 years in BCPS she supported and supervised principals as an executive director. She retired from the system in June 2021.

Ms. Lichter obtained an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in special education, a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Loyola University, a certificate in educational technology from Johns Hopkins University, and possesses administrative and superintendent’s licenses from the Maryland State Board of Education. She is a lifelong resident of Baltimore County and currently resides in Pikesville with her family.

Robin L. Harvey, Vice Chair
District 1 – Elected 2022

Robin Harvey currently serves as the Executive Director for the Maryland Department of Human Services Office of Licensing and Monitoring. She is responsible for leading her team in licensing and monitoring private foster care throughout the state of Maryland. Prior to her current role, Robin served in public child welfare for over 20 years, working her way through the ranks from Case Manager to Director of a local department of social services. She has been honored with the “Be A Hero” award from the Baltimore Child Abuse Center for her work in child abuse prevention and intervention. She began her professional career as a Guidance Counselor for Boston Public Schools.

Currently, Robin serves as the District 1 Commissioner for the Baltimore County Commission for Women. Robin is a licensed social worker by training and profession. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the College of William and Mary and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Robin currently resides in Windsor Mill, Maryland, with her family.

Maggie Litz Domanowski
District 3 – Elected 2022

Maggie Litz Domanowski is a lifelong resident of Baltimore County, having spent more than half her life rooted in District Three. She grew up in White Hall with her parents and two older sisters and is now raising her own family in Baldwin. Maggie and her husband, Tim, have three children who attend a BCPS elementary school and an older son who is a senior at Calvert Hall College. Mrs. Domanowski has long been an advocate for children and is especially proud of her involvement with Girls on the Run Greater Chesapeake where she helped elementary age girls build their confidence and life skills through weekly practice sessions and physical activity. Maggie has served as both room parent and PTA curriculum liaison where her children attend school, as well as a parent coordinator for youth sports teams. In her spare time, she works full-time as an administrative assistant and enjoys competing in Spartan Races all over the East Coast.

Dr. Erin Hager

Dr. Erin Hager
Member at Large - Appointed 2020

Dr. Erin Hager, an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM), was nominated by the Baltimore County School Board Nominating Commission and appointed by the governor to fill the remaining term created by the death of Board member Roger Hayden. Dr. Hager holds faculty appointments in the UMSOM departments of Pediatrics and Epidemiology & Public Health and is the director of the UMSOM Program in Health Equity and Population Health. In her research, she implements and evaluates strategies to promote healthy eating and physical activity among children in schools and communities. Since 2018, she has served as the elected chair of the Maryland State School Health Council. Dr. Hager graduated from Lansdowne High School in 1996 and then earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from Loyola College in Maryland (now Loyola University Maryland) and a doctorate in human nutrition from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She lives in Catonsville with her husband and three children who attend BCPS elementary, middle, and high schools.

Julie Henn
District 5 - Appointed in 2016. Elected in 2018 and 2022 to serve four-year terms

Julie Henn is an Information Technology professional with 25 years of experience in education, government, non-profit, and corporate management. A graduate of the EDUCAUSE Leadership Institute, she currently works for the Community College of Baltimore County. Prior to her appointment to the Board in 2016 as a member at large, Ms. Henn served on the Northeast Area Education Advisory Council, the Superintendent’s Parents’ Advisory Council, and the Transportation Advisory Committee. She has been an active parent volunteer for BCPS, a leader for Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, a catechist for St. Stephen Church, and has served on the Glenside Farms Homeowners Association Board. Ms. Henn holds an MBA from Loyola University Maryland (Fellows Program) and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations from Marquette University, where she was the recipient of the Senior Leadership Award for the College of Communications. She and her family are lifelong residents of northeast Baltimore County and currently live in Perry Hall.

Moalie Jose

Moalie Jose
Member at Large - Appointed 2018

Moalie Jose is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 18 years of experience in Water Resources and Capital Infrastructure Planning. She is currently an Associate in a leading national engineering firm. She has a Masters in Environmental Engineering from The University of Alabama. She has been serving as an ambassador for City of Baltimore’s YouthWorks Program since 2012, and is active in the Chesapeake Water Environment Association. Ms. Jose has been a Baltimore County resident for over 16 years and both her children attend Baltimore County Public Schools.

Russell Kuehn

Russell Kuehn
Member at Large - Appointed 2018

No biographical information available.

Rod McMillion

Rod McMillion
District 7 - Elected 2018, 2022

Rod McMillion retired from BCPS after having taught for 35 years and 10 months. He was certified K-12 as a physical education teacher and taught 10 years in elementary school prior to moving to secondary. After being elected, Mr. McMillion retired from Chesapeake High School where he had worked 25 years in varying roles including department chair, athletic director, teacher, coach, bus driver, and Level II food service manager. Mr. McMillion is a proud graduate of Kenwood High School, Essex Community College, and Towson State University. He has earned master of science degrees from Morgan State University in physical education and counseling psychology from Loyola College. Mr. McMillion has resided in Essex for over 60 years.

John Offerman

John Offerman
Member at Large - Appointed 2018

Mr. Offerman is a 40-year educator, with 37 years in Baltimore County Public Schools. He and his wife, also a career educator in BCPS, were school system graduates and raised two sons, who are also products of BCPS. He attended McDaniel (Western Maryland) College for both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. His experience as a mathematics teacher, guidance counselor, counseling chair, and coach at the secondary level in various schools give him a wide range of experiences with students from many communities. In addition, he served as counseling chair at Archbishop Curley High School for 3 years. He has 4 grandchildren who are currently attending BCPS or will be entering BCPS over the next several years.

Christina M. Pumphrey
District 6 – Elected 2022

Christina Pumphrey grew up in Baltimore City, graduating from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. She attended the Community College of Baltimore County, UMBC, and the University of Baltimore, pursuing her current career as a litigation paralegal. Christina and her husband, Jim, have four children, three of whom graduated from BCPS schools. Their youngest daughter is currently a junior at George Washington Carver Center. Christina and her family have been residents of Baltimore County for over 25 years, currently residing in Parkville.

Christina has been an education advocate and supporter of public education in Baltimore County for approximately 20 years. She began her advocacy serving on the executive boards of various PTA units as president, vice president, and secretary, as well as serving as chairperson for several PTA committees. Christina was most recently an area vice president for the PTA Council of Baltimore County and served as lead volunteer for the Student Support Network of Baltimore County at Pine Grove Middle School. Christina has held several education advocacy roles throughout the years, including positions serving on the Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council and the Stakeholder Advisory Committee for MYIPAS.

Dr. Brenda Savoy
District 4 – Elected 2022

Community Activist Dr. Brenda Savoy brings 36 years of outstanding service to Maryland public schools. She has served at all levels: high school English teacher, assistant principal, managing principal, Maryland State Department of Education, Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center, and adjunct college professor. Her educational experiences also include studies in Public Administration at the University of Baltimore.

She is a graduate of Nova Southeastern University, earning a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership. She also has a master’s of science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Coppin State University, along with a bachelor’s of science degree in English.

Dr. Savoy is a member of the following organizations:

  • Baltimore County Commission for Women
  • Baltimore County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Incorporated
  • Baltimore County Human Trafficking Work Group
  • Baltimore County Chapter of the Association of African American Life and History
  • Baltimore County Progressive Democrats
  • Phi Delta Kappa, Johns Hopkins University
Roah Hassan

Roah Hassan
Student Member of the Board - Selected 2022

Roah Hassan (she/her) is a Muslim-American, activist, and the daughter of Egyptian immigrants. Calling Baltimore County home, she works diligently to give back to the community that raised her and to encourage other young people to do the same. As a youth activist, Roah organizes youth-led rallies for racial justice at the local and state level. She founded the Baltimore County chapter of March for Our Lives and both founded and directs Mic Up, Maryland, a youth organization that aims to amplify the youth voice and empower the next generation of leaders and activists to pursue the change they believe is imperative. Roah has pushed for safer learning environments in Maryland and Baltimore County. She advocates for the presence and importance of women in leadership and unwaveringly promotes youth involvement in civic engagement and the power of their  voices. 

Roah serves as the 42nd Baltimore County Public Schools Student Member of the Board, representing 111,000+ students. Roah works to guarantee youth involvement in civic and educational spaces and advocates for the undeniable needs of students across the county. Taking her passion to every space she encounters, Roah looks forward to getting into "good trouble" and uplifting the next generation of youth.

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