Michael T. Bornemann

5005 Ross Road
Baltimore, MD 21214-2914
Home Phone: (410) 426-5817


Michael Bornemann has more than 50 years of experience as an administrator, direct care worker, and volunteer in the field of human services.

As Executive Director of East Baltimore Resources, The League for the Handicapped, HARBEL Community Organization, and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Maryland Chapter), Mike has had extensive experience with issues affecting individuals with disabilities. While specializing in Vocational and Medical Day Programs and Residential services to persons with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities, Mike also has helped provide rehabilitation and vocational services to substance abuse populations as well as persons with emotional and mental illness. (Link to Professional Experience).

As a volunteer, Mike has served on the Boards of Directors of the Epilepsy Association of Maryland and of Opportunities for the Blind. He has been President of, and continues to serve as a director on the Boards of, the Harford Belair Community Mental Health Center and The Waltherson Improvement Association. (Link to Volunteer Activity).

          Mike's volunteer work has been extensive in the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore and its local parishes.  From chairing Parish Councils and Liturgical Committees to leading music ministries, he has experienced leadership in almost every position that parish life can offer its lay leaders.  At present, Mike is the representative for East Baltimore City on the ten members Council Board that oversees the programs and services provided by St. Vincent de Paul of Maryland, Inc.  He also raises funds and takes on assignments from the Archdiocese of Baltimore and by St. Dominic Church (his home parish) as requested.  

Mike has had several articles and items of poetry on public health and disability issues published in the Baltimore Sun, the Evening Sun, American Rehabilitation Magazine, and other periodicals over his professional career. (Link to Publications)

Mike and his wife Angela of 37 years, who is editor of the Owings Mills Times, have lived in the Waltherson community of north east Baltimore City for 35 years. They have two boys both of whom are recent university graduates.

An avid promoter of personal potential, Mike is often recognized in Baltimore as the winner of the 1977 Mayor's Hog Calling Contest.

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