Eric Brenner is currently the Chair of the Maryland Bike/Pedestrian Advisory Committee in Maryland. He has worked for six Governors in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Illinois, serving both political parties.
He was the founding director of the Maryland Governor’s Grants Office, which was recognized as a “best practice” by the National Governors Association. Prior to that his work focused on the creation and implementation of public policy in the following subject areas: human services, health care, community revitalization, budgeting, energy, corrections, transportation, and financial services regulation. Mr. Brenner previously served as served as the Director of Executive Management for the Council of Governors’ Policy Advisors and as Deputy Insurance Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
His biking travels include an around-the-world trip with his wife (before kids) in 1986/87, and the just as exciting inaugural ride (2015) of the September 11 National Memorial Trail from the Flt. 93 memorial in Shanksville, PA to New York City.
He has degrees from Duke University (BA), Hull University, England (LLM), and Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government (MPA).