On March 2, Governor Moore and Lt. Governor Aruna Miller conducted the swearing-in ceremony of the Moore-Miller Administration’s cabinet secretaries, making it the most diverse cabinet in Maryland’s history. Governor Moore expressed his pride in his administration for delivering on their promise to represent all Marylanders.

The event marked a momentous occasion as Governor Moore’s cabinet included secretaries from various ethnic and professional backgrounds. The Governor also remarked that his cabinet is composed of well-equipped leaders who are ready to serve the people of Maryland.

The new Cabinet Secretaries sworn in are as follows:

  • Secretary Carmel Roques, Department of Aging
  • Secretary Kevin Atticks, Department of Agriculture
  • Secretary Tisha Edwards, Appointments
  • Secretary Helene Grady, Department of Budget and Management
  • Secretary Kevin Anderson, Department of Commerce
  • Secretary Russell Strickland, Department of Emergency Management
  • Secretary Serena McIlwain, Department of Environment
  • Secretary Atif Chaudhry, Department of General Services
  • Secretary Dr. Laura Herrera Scott, Department of Health
  • Secretary Jake Day, Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Secretary Rafael Lopez, Department of Human Services
  • Secretary Katie Savage, Department of Information Technology
  • Secretary Vinny Schiraldi, Department of Juvenile Services
  • Secretary Portia Wu, Department of Labor
  • Secretary Josh Kurtz, Department of Natural Resources
  • Secretary Rebecca Flora, Department of Planning
  • Secretary Carolyn Scruggs, Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
  • Secretary Paul Wiedefeld, Department of Transportation
  • Secretary Anthony Woods, Department of Veterans Affairs

Governor Moore expressed his excitement to work with the new Cabinet Secretaries, stating that they are prepared to shape the future of Maryland and make it the state’s decade.

The diversity in Governor Moore’s Cabinet Secretaries indicates his commitment to promoting inclusion and equity in Maryland’s government.

David M. Higgins II, Publisher/EditorEditor-in-Chief

David M. Higgins II is an award-winning journalist passionate about uncovering the truth and telling compelling stories. Born in Baltimore and raised in Southern Maryland, he has lived in several East...

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