Arthur Fong Kaff of
According to background information supplied by the governor's office, Kaff is a lawyer who serves as an attorney advisor in the Ethics, Legislation and Government Information Practices Branch in the Office of the Judge Advocate General Headquarters for the Department of
Kaff earned a bachelor's degree in political science from the State University of New York/College at New Paltz and a J.D. from the
Kaff and his wife live in Brierhill Estates with their three children who attend Harford County public schools.
Stinchcomb serves as vice provost for undergraduate studies and faculty for the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore. She joined MICA as a faculty member in 1986 and has overseen the comprehensive management and coordination of MICA's undergraduate programs since 2006. In addition to teaching at MICA, Stinchcomb has also held the positions of dean of undergraduate studies and faculty, associate dean of academic affairs and foundation chair.
Stinchcomb earned an associate's degree at Harford Community College, a bachelor of fine arts degree, summa cum laude, from the Maryland Institute of Art and a master of fine arts degree from
Stinchcomb has been involved in community planning efforts in Harford County since 1991. She served on then-Harford County Executive Eileen Rehrmann's Futures Growth Study Task Force in 1997 and was a member of the Coastal and Watershed Resources Advisory Committee from 2000 to 2001.