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Board Members

Board Members

Contact: boe@bcps.org

Makeda Scott

Makeda Scott, Chair
District 4 - Elected 2018

An Owings Mills resident, Makeda Scott is a communications professional with more than 20 years of experience. She has worked for WSB-TV (Atlanta, Ga), the Enterprise Foundation, American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees (AFSCME), the British Embassy, U.S. Congressman John Sarbanes, and the Baltimore City Housing Authority.

Julie Henn

Julie Henn, Vice Chair
District 5 - Elected 2018

Julie Henn has worked in education technology for more than 20 years and is currently chief information officer and director of technology for Quality Matters, a global leader in quality assurance for online learning. She holds an MBA from Loyola University in Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in communications from Marquette University. Ms. Henn is a lifelong resident of Baltimore County and has long been active in public education, serving in multiple PTA leadership roles. Most recently, she served as chair of the Northeast Area Education Advisory Council for Baltimore County. She and her husband have two children, a son and daughter, and live in Perry Hall.

Kathleen Causey

Kathleen Causey
District 3 - Elected 2018

Kathleen S. Causey of Monkton is the general manager of Corbett Overlook 2 LLC and has had a 25-year career in real estate and information technology. Active in her community, she is a longtime member of Our Lady of Grace Parish and Hereford High School’s Sports Boosters and Parent Teacher Student Association. Ms. Causey is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

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.

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

Biographical Information to follow.

Lisa Mack

Lisa Mack
District 1 - Elected 2018

After a 28-year career, Lisa Mack retired from Verizon in 2007 as the Director of Wholesale Metrics. For a number of years post retirement, Ms. Mack was an adjunct faculty member in CCBC’s School of Language Arts where she taught remedial English, English 101, and 102. Ms. Mack currently works with medical professionals at Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland to teach them how to interact with patients. Ms. Mack is a longtime volunteer at Johns Hopkins Hospital and was a Court Appointed Special Advocate for three children in the Baltimore County foster care system. Ms. Mack holds a dual Masters in Finance and Management from the College of Notre Dame. She and her husband, who have lived in Baltimore County since 1981, are the parents of three daughters, all of whom graduated from Baltimore County Public Schools.

Rod McMillion

Rod McMillion
District 7 - Elected 2018

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.

Joshua Muhumuza

Joshua Muhumuza
Student Member of the Board - Appointed 2020

Josh Muhumuza, a senior at Dundalk High School, immigrated to the United States from the East African countries of Uganda and Rwanda a decade ago and has been a resident of Baltimore County’s southeast area ever since. Josh is a member of numerous clubs and athletic teams including Student Government Association, Model Congress and United Nations, soccer, speech, and debate. He is also a member of Dundalk High’s National Honor Society, AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program, and the Homeland Security completer program. Last year, Josh served on the Baltimore County Student Councils’ (BCSC) Executive Board as the Southeast Representative and as a member of BCSC’s Infrastructure Committee. Most of his time is spent focused on community service and leadership programs. He is a tutor with his church’s Immigration Outreach Service Center and a volunteer coach with Dundalk Middle School’s Soccer Without Borders program. He also served as a Senior Patrol Leader with the Boy Scouts and Chapter Chief with the Scout’s honor society, the Order of the Arrow (OA).

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.

Cheryl Pasteur

Cheryl Pasteur
District 2 - Elected 2018

Cheryl Pasteur has been an educator in Baltimore City and County for over thirty-six years. She has taught at both Morgan State University and the University of Pittsburgh. Ms. Pasteur is a graduate of both the University of Maryland College Park and Morgan State University, earning Administration and Supervision certification from Loyola University; Ms. Pasteur was also a theater fellow at the University of Pittsburgh through the University Resident Theatre Association. In Baltimore County, Ms. Pasteur has been a classroom English teacher, an English department chair, specialist in the Equity Office, and assistant principal at G. W. Carver Center for the Arts and Technology, Sudbrook Middle Magnet, and Randallstown High School. She has served as the principal at Old Court Middle School and Randallstown High School, from where she retired in 2012. As a community and student advocate, Ms. Pasteur has maintained her connection with and commitment to BCPS. As a member of the BOE, she asserts that she “will heighten” her commitment to the students in “our wonderful system.”

Lily Rowe

Lily Rowe
District 6 - Elected 2018

Biographical Information to follow.