State Senator, Maryland , District #39
James Senate Office Building, Room 222 11 Bladen St.
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Senator Nancy King
was born and raised in Niagara Falls, New York.
She graduated from the Niagara Falls public
school system and attended Niagara County
Upon moving to Maryland in 1981, King became involved in a number of civic organizations. In 1987 she became Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Trecor, Inc., a family-owned consulting and forensic engineering company. Senator King continues in that position today.
King's children attended Montgomery County public schools, and it was during that time that she began volunteering in the school system. In 1993, she became President of the Montgomery County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (PTAs).
In 1994, King was elected to the Montgomery County Board of Education representing District 1 and quickly rose through the leadership ranks, and served for two years as President. Mrs. King continued to serve on the School Board until 2002, until she was elected to Maryland's House of Delegates representing District 39.
As a member of the House of Delegates, King served on the Ways and Means Committee where, in 2006, she became the Chair of the Education sub-committee. In August of 2007, King was elected by the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee to fill the seat left vacant by the retirement of Senator P.J. Hogan. Subsequently, Governor Martin O'Malley approved the appointment and she was sworn in as Senator for District 39 on September 6, 2007.
Senator King was chosen by the to serve on the Budget and Taxation Committee including the Capital Budget and Health, Education & Human Resources sub-committees. King is also the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Children, Youth & Families.