Anne graduated from Dickinson College, where she studied English literature and developed a keen interest in archives. Before arriving in College Park, Anne worked for four years in the Baltimore City Archives and Record Center. Anne joined the staff of the University of Maryland Libraries in 1985. She worked in the Office of Special Collections and was promoted to University Archivist in 1993. She is the first woman to hold this title in the University's history.
Sheila is an alumna of the University of Maryland with a degree in Human Ecology/Management. She is married to Dr. Raymond Mahaffy, who is a dentist with a practice in Lanham. He completed his undergraduate degree at Maryland and concentrated in the pre-dental program through the School of Chemistry, Mathematics, and Natural Science. The couple's daughter Lynn also graduated from Maryland in 1995 and received her degree in biology from CMNS.
Anna-Mae Kobbe is a longtime patron of performing arts programs at Maryland. She has frequently attended School of Music performances and individual Board-sponsored events throughout the academic year. Anna-Mae earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education at Northwest Missouri State University in Vocational Home Economics as well as a Missouri Lifetime Teaching Certificate for grades 7—12. She also earned a Master of Science degree for the University of Missouri-Columbia in Child and Family Development.
Sallie is retired from the University of Maryland and the Prince George’s County Public School System, where she worked for many years as a program manager and teacher, respectively. She also managed her own business called Holder & Associates for 20 years. This company coordinated and planned conferences for area businesses and agencies, as well as for the government contractors that were networked through the Society of Government Meeting Planners. Sallie received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Ecology from the University of Maryland and a Master of Arts degree in Human Reso