Kenneth "Ken" Ulman is an American attorney, founder and CEO of a consulting firm, Margrave Strategies, and former Democratic politician in Howard County, Maryland. Prior to working in the private sector, Ulman served as county executive for Howard County from 2006 to 2014. He also represented the 4th district as a County Council member from 2002 to 2006. Ulman previously worked in the office of Maryland Governor Parris Glendening as liaison to the Board of Public Works and secretary to the Cabinet.
|Born:||4, 1974, Columbia, Maryland, U.S.|
|Preceded by:||James Robey|
|Succeeded by:||Allan Kittleman|
About Kenneth Ulman
American Democratic politician who became County Executive of Howard County, Maryland in 2006. He also served as Director of the Maryland Board of Public Works.
He studied government at the University of Maryland, College Park and went on to earn his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center.
He served as Chair of both the Transportation Board and the Metropolitan Council in Baltimore, Maryland.
He was born in Columbia, Maryland and continued to live there with his wife and two daughters.
He was chosen as the running-mate of Governor Anthony G. Brown in the 2014 Maryland gubernatorial campaign.
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