About Steve Schuh
Anne Arundel County comprises assets of national importance, extraordinary natural resources and a very good educational system. It is critical that the County Executive have a detailed and thorough understanding of our County.
I am a lifelong County resident, a small-business owner, a father of two grown children, and an involved community volunteer. I was raised in Crofton, went to school in Severna Park, worked in Annapolis, and lived in Pasadena and Gibson Island. I have started businesses in the north, east, west and central parts regions of the county, which has given me insight into economic conditions over most of the County. I raised my children in Anne Arundel County and appreciate deeply the special opportunity children have in growing up here.
As a community volunteer, I have served in leadership capacities in numerous non-profit organizations here in our County, including the American Red Cross, United Way, Chesapeake Arts Center and three local schools, which have afforded me a strong understanding of the critical role the non-profit community plays in addressing the needs of our community.
Anne Arundel County is a $1.4 billion corporation, and a County Executive needs to have strong managerial and administrative skills. I have three decades of experience in finance and management and hold a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University. In my seven years as a State Delegate, I have gained critical experience in the legislative process, the inner workings of government, and the delivery of excellent constituent service.
Anne Arundel County highlights $431 million in county-funded school construction
August 31, 2017
Arnold Elementary School PTA president Kerry Petz has been fighting for a new Arnold Elementary School for years after ...read more
Anne Arundel's 'Safe Stations' gain momentum, prompting change
August 27, 2017
The “Safe Stations” initiative in Anne Arundel County has taken off over the past month, offering opioid addiction help to 45 people over the last three weeks. At 15 people a week, according to Anne Arundel police, its popularity is ...read more
Schuh wants to extend $2000 stipend for public safety workers to live in the County
August 26, 2017
County Executive Steve Schuh announced that his administration will propose a $2,000 first-time home buyer stipend for all uniformed, public safety department personnel who purchase a home in Anne Arundel County. “We want to recruit ...read more
Anne Arundel executive backs bid to build next big oyster sanctuary on the Severn River
August 26, 2017
Two Maryland tributaries could soon become eligible for federal and state funding to restore native oyster populations – and Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh wants the Severn River to be one of them. In a letter to Department ...read more
Annapolis Anne Arundel tout Weems Creek partnership
August 25, 2017
The Annapolis Harbormaster's Office has removed 14 derelict sailboats, two abandoned dingys and evicted six people living on vessels who were violating city code on the waters of Weems Creek. The enforcement efforts are part of a ...read more