With over 35 years of experience both inside and outside of government in addition to volunteer activities, Doug Zinn has dedicated himself to providing resources for residents to lead rewarding and productive lives.
We are all united by common needs and interests that provide us with a sustainable community lifestyle, security, reasonable taxes, more resources for recreation, training and jobs, safe schools, smart land conservation, and timely and improved communications.
We deserve more from our tax dollars and Doug Zinn will work to eliminate the monthly "911" fee and reduce recordation taxes on home sales.
Doug will work to support the return of expanded class schedules at all high schools; enhance school security with special classes and counseling for disruptive students; and do his best to secure adequate funding for a new Dulaney High School.
Doug will seek funding for increased hours and resources at all Senior Centers. And most importantly, he will work to establish part-time jobs for active Seniors with County agencies and local businesses.
The motto "do no harm" will drive efforts to increase protection of our rural and agricultural land. Furthermore, development of more parking adjacent to the NCR trail for increased numbers of hikers and cyclists will help protect nearby homeowners.
Doug will be certain to provide you with advance notification of Council meetings with information on the issues to be discussed, potential impact on residents and costs/benefits to the community.
You'll never have to wonder who to call with your question or problem. You'll have Doug's phone number in order that you get the services promised in a timely and responsive manner.
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Doug will be the first County Council representative to provide you with instant access and real solutions.
With your help Doug can become our County Council representative.
He wants to hear your suggestions about improving the efficiency and effectiveness of County services.
We hope you'll share your issues with him and invite friends and neighbors to join his campaign,
Doug is relying on donations from individuals like you to create the momentum we need to "Win with Zinn".
What you can do...
Call or write Doug today!
Making a modest donation to the campaign will enable Doug to spread the word about his goals and plans for the residents of the 3rd District and all of Baltimore County.
M.S., Counseling & Human Development, Johns Hopkins University, 1980
M.B.A., Business Administration, Pace University (New York), 1973
B.S., Business Administration, University of Maryland, 1970
2016 to Present--Contractual Grant Writer for MedStar Health Inc., Health Partners, Inc., and Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County, Inc.
2010 to 2016--Lead, Constituent Services and Grant Writer, Baltimore County Health and Human Services, Towson, MD
2008 to 2010--Realtor, Long & Foster
2005 to 2007--Grant Writer, Franklin Square Hospital Center, MedStar Health, Inc.
2003 to 2005--Management Consultant, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
1978 to 2003--Executive Officer and previously Administrative Officer, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
1975 to 1978--Administrative Officer, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health
Doug was a recipient of a Baltimore County Council Resolution for "distinguished and dedicated service as President of the Worthington Woodsyde Association". The Council paid tribute to Doug for demonstrating that one person could make a difference in the qualify of life of a community.
Doug received a "Director's Tapped for Excellence Award" from the National Center for Health Statistics "for his dogged persistence, unwavering patience, and previously unknown construction skills in conceiving and giving birth to 3311 Toledo Road, Hyattsville, MD, new headquarters for the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics".
Publisher of book titled "Goodness, Gracious" on Amazon.com in 2017.