Deb Donohue has been at the Maryland Office of the Attorney General (OAG) since 1989, in a variety of positions and currently serves as Principal Counsel to the Maryland Teachers and State Employees Supplemental Retirement Plans, focusing on procurement, defined contribution/deferred compensation employee benefits, and investments. Deb has assisted the OAG’s Professional Development and Planning office with the summer law clerk/intern program, the new-attorney volunteer Associate program, and training. She has conducted trainings for her clients, colleagues, and others in topics such as stress management, negotiation, strategic planning, management skills, ethics and civility, trial practice, administrative practice, federal and State confidentiality requirements, antitrust immunity, the Maryland Open Meetings Act/Public Information Act, Robert’s Rules of Order, sexual harassment prevention, fiduciary obligations, and State legislative and procurement procedures. Deb received her B.A. from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland (now, Notre Dame of Maryland University), her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law, and her M.P.A. from the University of Baltimore.