Lonnie R. Robbins was appointed Howard County Chief Administrative Officer effective January 3, 2007 after serving as Deputy Chief Administrative Officer since 2004. He began his career with Howard County government as an Assistant County Solicitor in the Office of Law in 1989, and was named a Senior Assistant County Solicitor in 1993.
In these capacities, he advised and represented various County departments and agencies, including the Police Department, Police Hearing Board, County Council, Purchasing, Citizen Services, Transportation and Recreation and Parks. In addition, he represented various boards and commissions, including the Board of Appeals, Human Rights, Ethics, Mental health Authority, Local Children’s Board, Equal Business Opportunity and the Economic Development Authority.
Robbins currently serves as a Trustee of both the Howard County Employee’s Pension Plan and the Howard County Police and Fire Pension Plan. Robbins is admitted to practice law in Maryland and Pennsylvania state courts, as well as in the Federal District Court of Maryland and the Supreme Court of the United States.
A native of Snow Hill, Maryland, Robbins attended the University of Maryland College Park. He earned a B.S. degree in Business and Public Administration, with a concentration in Transportation. He later received his J.D. degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Sameer Sidh previously served as Chief of Staff at Towson University. In the Chief of Staff position at TU, Sidh led planning, coordination, and project management of presidential-initiated efforts, and worked closely with the university’s leadership team to “boundary span” across university divisions to ensure alignment of objectives and budget.
Sidh came to Towson University from the Office of the Mayor of Baltimore City, where he served as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Citistat. In his tenure as director, Sidh drove significant productivity and transparency improvements through increased communications and convening cross-agency and cross-sector workgroups.
Prior to serving as the Director of Citistat, Sidh worked as the Deputy Chief of Staff for the Maryland Department of Transportation where he held a position on the senior executive team of a 9,000-employee department collaborating on policy direction with senior management. He also previously served as both Acting Director and Deputy Director of the StateStat in the Office of the Governor.
Sidh holds a J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law, and is a member of the Maryland State Bar. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from James Madison University.
Angela Lagdameo Cabellon worked in state government for ten years and gained a reputation of increasing
efficiency and effectiveness across organizations. She recently hailed from the Montgomery County
Department of Health and Human Services where she served as the Social Services Officer and Deputy Chief of
Children, Youth and Family Services, managing $38M in social service programs funded by the Maryland
Department of Human Services (DHS) and a workforce of nearly 500 people. She oversaw technology
modernization and business process redesign in 6 offices.
Previously, Lagdameo Cabellon served as the Assistant Secretary for Policy and Program Management at DHS
where she advised on policy and oversaw strategic initiatives on child welfare, child support, workforce
development, the Affordable Care Act, and economic assistance.
Lagdameo Cabellon got her start in state government through preparing all education policy briefings for the
Director of Policy and former Governor O’Malley while analyzing early learning, education, and workforce
Lagdameo Cabellon was a Teach for America Corps Member in San Jose, California teaching Special
Education English at Independence High School. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of
Maryland, College Park and Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of
Since 2015, Jennifer Jones has worked as a business development consultant for small and midsize companies
both nationally and internationally. In this role, Jones advised clients on new business development projects and
planning, conducted market research to determine expansion opportunities and risks, and developed integrated
reporting and analytics. Most recently, Jones acted as the Field Director for County Executive-elect Ball.
Prior to starting her consulting company, Jones spent eight years at Live Nation Entertainment, most recently as
the Vice President of Business Analysis, Europe, where she worked directly with the president and chief
financial officer to implement corporate strategy and business development initiatives. Jones also spent time at
Sony Pictures, United Cinemas International, and Ernst & Young LLP.
A Howard County native and graduate of Wilde Lake High School, Jones holds a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine
University School of Law, a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University School of
Business, and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.
Maureen Evans Arthurs recently served as the Legislative Director for Delegate Shelly Hettleman since 2015.
Prior to the Maryland General Assembly, Evans Arthurs career is rooted in higher education and nonprofits
focused on advocating for women’s empowerment, wellness, and access to financial and educational resources.
As a Legislative Director, she cultivated critical relationships in Annapolis and conducted extensive policy
research advocating for equitable public policy that improved the outcomes for the most vulnerable
Marylanders. She has extensive experience in education and economic development issues.
In 2018, Evans Arthurs was elected Chair of the Howard County Democratic Central Committee, the youngest
and the first African American female to do so. She also served as the Campaign Manager for County Council
campaigns including Team Howard County, a collaborative effort with the Maryland Democratic Coordinated
As a committed community advocate, she also serves on the nonprofit executive boards of HopeWorks, Stop
Street Harassment and is the President of her community association. Evans Arthurs holds a Bachelors of Arts
degree in Gender and Women’s studies and Political Science from University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
She is a Howard County native, graduate of Oakland Mills High School and lives with her family in Ellicott
Shaina A. Hernandez most recently served as the Director of Local Government Affairs and Strategic Initiatives
for the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC), the region's premier business advocacy nonprofit organization. In
this role, Hernandez led the GBC's local lobbying efforts and served as the project lead on several of the
organization's key projects, including an initiative aimed at increasing opportunities for justice-involved
individuals, a joint study with Associated Black Charities on middle-skill STEM jobs, and last year's State of
the Region report.
Prior to joining the GBC in 2014, Hernandez served in the press office of former Maryland Governor Martin
O'Malley and as the Special Assistant to the governor's Chief of Staff. Hernandez currently sits on the board of
the South Baltimore Learning Center, the Creative Alliance, and Outserve-SLDN, and is a mentor with
CollegeBound's college completion program.
She holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Maryland, College Park and is currently
pursuing a master's degree in public administration from the University of Baltimore.
Scott L. Peterson was most recently the Press Secretary and Deputy Communications Director for Prince
George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III. Peterson served as the county’s media relations manager,
spokesperson, and social media guru. Prior to working in Prince George’s County, Peterson served as Director
of Media Relations for the City of Baltimore from 2009-2010. Peterson is an experienced crisis communications
professional and National Incident Management System (NIMS) trained and certified.
Before his tenure as a public servant, Peterson spent nine years as a spokesperson, marketer, producer, and civic
educator for the C-SPAN Television Networks covering three presidential campaign cycles while lecturing
about media literacy to more than 200 universities and 600 middle and high schools. Peterson also worked for
two years at the National Cable and Telecommunications Association.
Peterson holds a BA in education from the University of Maryland and is a Certified Public Manager through
the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ and George Washington University’s Institute for
Kimberly Pruim has served as Special Assistant to Calvin Ball for over nine years. She worked with
constituents and neighborhood associations to address concerns and collaborated with departments to bring
community enhancement projects to life. Pruim also serves on a multi-jurisdictional roundtable aimed at
addressing airport noise. As a project manager, Pruim spearheaded initiatives which helped veterans, homeless
individuals as well as families and children in need during the holiday season. She also managed events that
promoted financial literacy and men's health.
In addition, Pruim assisted Ball with projects and initiatives during his appointment to both the Maryland
Sustainable Growth Commission and Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities.
While living in California, Pruim headed up client relations and cultivated strategic partnerships with local,
regional and international associations.
Pruim graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with a B.A. in Political Science, a B.A. in
Psychology and a minor in Legal Policy.
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