Our President

Demaune Millard 2016

Demaune A. Millard

President & CEO
Demaune A. Millard was appointed the 5th President & CEO of Family League of Baltimore by its Board of Directors in April 2018. He leads and manages Family League’s $26 million operations as the largest local management board in the state of Maryland.

Executive Assistant

About Demaune

Demaune served for over two years as Family League’s Chief Operating Officer before assuming the role of Interim CEO in July 2017. In addition to his core responsibilities of directing Maryland’s largest Local Management Board, he also serves on Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s cabinet. He chairs the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Education and Workforce Committee and serves as a member of its Presidential Advisory Council. He is also a member of the United Way of Central Maryland’s Community Partnership Board.

Demaune’ s professional career spans over 15 years, influencing policy and operations management at the local, state and federal levels. These tenures include service as the Mayor’s Office Chief of Staff, managing day-to-day operations and leading municipal government wide initiatives. He also served as the city’s chief lobbyist overseeing legislative operations responsible in securing critical federal and state funding.

Millard started his career in the mailroom of former U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski’s Capitol Hill office and worked his way onto her legislative staff upon graduation from Howard University with a business degree in Finance.

As a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Demaune chaired the annual scholarship gala and started a male mentorship program at Matthew Henson Elementary School. Omega Psi Phi’s Pi Omega Chapter recognized him with the National Superior Service (2007) and Citizen of the Year (2008) awards, respectively. In March 2016, Baltimore SmartCEO Magazine featured Demaune in their Executive Management Awards edition as a Leadership All Star for his work at Family League.

A proud Baltimore native, Demaune and his wife, Terrylynn, reside in the city with their daughter, Asa.

Boards and Committees

Member, Mayor's Cabinet, City of Baltimore
Co-Chair, Baltimore City Community Schools Steering Committee
Chair, Education and Workforce Committee, Greater Baltimore Committee
Greater Baltimore Committee’s Presidential Advisory Council
United Way of Central Maryland’s Community Partnership Board