Warren C. Hayman
Warren C. Hayman is a career educator who has served in a variety
of roles including a public school superintendent in California,
dean of the School of Education at Coppin State College in
Baltimore and an Education Policy Fellow at the United States
Department of Education. Most recently he served as the assistant
dean in the School of Education and Urban Studies at Morgan State
University where he retired in 2003 after 42 years in public
education. Until recently, he was a member of the Board of
Education of Baltimore County.
A Gwynn Oak, Md. resident, Hayman received his B.S. in Elementary
Education from Coppin State College, his M.A. in Math Education
from Stanford University and his doctorate in Education from
Harvard University. Over the years he’s been honored with several
awards including the Distinguished Black Marylander Award, the
Fullwood Foundation Valued Hours Award and the Rotary Club Service
Above Self Award. He’s also a member of several professional
associations including 100 Black Men of Maryland, Inc., Phi Beta
Sigma Fraternity, Inc., the Council of Urban Boards of Education
and the American Association of School Administrators.
Hayman was appointed to the CCBC Board of Trustees by Governor
Martin O’Malley in 2007.