Biographical

CANDIDATE BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION FORM
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Date: June 17, 2019
Name: Brigitta Mullican
Address: 1947 Lewis Ave, Rockville, MD. 20851
Birthdate: May 27, 1949
Telephone: Home/Office/Cell 301-230-0890 (home)
E-mail Address: coburgbrigitta@gmail.com or brigitta@mullican4council.com Fax: NA
Present City Office (if applicable): None
When elected (if applicable): Not Applicable
Previous City elected offices and dates held: Not Applicable
Previous City appointed positions and dates held:

• Rockville Board of Supervisors of Election, 2014 and 2015
• Rockville Planning Commission, 1997 to 2005
• Rockville Sister City Task Force, 1982 to 1983

Business and/or professional experience:

• Federal Government, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 1968 to 2005
• Served as a Budget Officer for three Presidential Initiatives:
        1) President’s Council on Bio-Ethics
        2) Center for Faith Based Initiatives
        3) Office of Disability
• Retired in 2005 as an HHS Budget Officer

Schools attended and degrees awarded:

• University of Maryland University College, Bachelor of Science in Management 1993
• UMUC, Center for Professional Development, Critical Management Skills, continuing education credit, 1992
• Montgomery College, Associates Degree in Management 1982
• Richard Montgomery High School - Graduated from the Commercial Business Program 1968

Current memberships and offices held (county, regional, state or national committees, boards, commissions, etc.):

• Candidate for the Rockville City Council

Memberships Held - (organization and date)

• Montgomery County League of Women Voters, 2005 to Present
• Montgomery County Taxpayer’s League, 2014 to Present
• Rockville Sister City Corporation 1987 to Present
• Peerless Rockville 1987 to Present
• Public Health Service (PHS) Advisory Committee for Equal Employment Opportunity 1993 and 1994
• Twinbrook Citizens Association 1984 to Present
• St. Mary’s Church Sodality 1982 to Present
• Alliance for Rockville Citizens 1990 to 2005.
• Richard Montgomery High School Athletic Booster Club 1986 to 1990
• Richard Montgomery High School PTA 1986 to 1990
• International Training Communications, Parklawn Chapter 1983 to1985
• Rockville Sister City Task Force 1982 to 1985

Past memberships and offices held (county, regional, state or national committees, boards, commissions, etc.):

•Vice President, Rockville Sister City Corporation 2016 to 2018
• Treasurer, Montgomery County League of Women Voters 2015 to 2017
• Rockville Board of Supervisors of Elections 2014 to 2015
• Board of Directors, Montgomery County League of Women Voters 2011 to 2017
• President, Rockville Sister City Corporation 1987, 1996, 2013 • Vice President, Twinbrook Swimming Pool Board 2010 and2011
• Rockville Planning Commission 1997 to 2005
• Treasurer, Alliance for Rockville Citizens 1990 to 2005
• Booster Club Liaison Richard Montgomery High School PTA 1986 to 1990
• Chair, Richard Montgomery High School Athletic Booster Club 1986 to 1990
• Chair and Co-Chair, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health Women’s Advisory Committee for the Federal Women’s Program Manager, US DHHS 1986 to 1989
• Founder, Rockville Sister City Corporation 1986
• Vice President and Secretary, Twinbrook Citizens Association 1985, 1986
• Rockville Sister City Task Force 1982 to 1985
• Treasurer, International Training Communications, Parklawn Chapter 1983 to 1985

Civic activities (non-governmental):

Current:
• Rockville Sister City Corporation
• Twinbrook Citizens Association
• League of Women Voters of Montgomery County
• St. Mary’s Catholic Church Sodality, Extraordinary Minister and Lector

Past:
• Montgomery County Senior Leadership Class of 2017
• US Office of Personnel Management, Management Development Seminar 2000
• US Dept. of Health & Human Services PHS Introduction to Successful Supervision 1996
• PHS Introduction to Negotiation and Mediation for EEO Counselors 1990
• US Dept. of Health & Human Services (DHHS), PHS Critical Management Skills for PHS Professionals 1993
• Public Health Service Equal Employment Opportunity Counselor Training 1986

Special honors and awards:

• Volunteer Appreciation Award, Friends of Library, Montgomery County 2010
• Cash Award, DHHS, Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Office of the Executive Office 2003, 2002
• Special Excellent Group and Team Awards, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health 1998
• Performance Awards, DHHS, PHS, Human Resources Service 2001, 1999, 1997, 1996, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990
• Special Service Award, DHHS, PHS, Human Resources Service 2000, 1998, 1990
• Team Excellence, Program Support Center, DHHS 1997, 1998
• Achievement and Cash Award, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Equal Employment Opportunity Office 1990
• Special Recognition Award, Internal Control Branch, Public Health Service 1990
• Outstanding Service Awards, Richard Montgomery High School 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990
• Outstanding Volunteer Service, State of Maryland, Department of Education 1989
• Outstanding Volunteer Service, Montgomery County Public School 1989
• Public Health Service Special Group Recognition Award 1982

Other:

• Montgomery County Women’s Legislative Briefing Planning Committee, 2017 and 2018
• National Active and Retired Federal Employee Association, Maryland Federation, 2005 to 2018
• Graduate of the Senior Leadership of Montgomery County Class of 2017
• Worked with the City of Rockville officials in planning the 30th, 40th, 50th & 60th Rockville-Pinneberg Sister City Relationship Anniversaries.
• Hosted the Pinneberg, Germany Bürgermeisterin Urte Steinberg and two Pinneberg Exchange Students who attended Richard Montgomery High School.