​​Assistant Chief Jennifer Aubert-Utz

Term:  4 years from July 1, 2019
Parkville, Maryland

Assistant Chief Jennifer Aubert-Utz was appointed to the Commission in 2016. Chief Utz began her fire service career as a volunteer EMT in Carroll County, Maryland in 1992. She was hired by the Baltimore County Fire Department in February 2000 as a Firefighter/EMT and currently serves as an Assistant Chief. Prior to her most recent promotion, Chief Utz served as the training chief for Baltimore County. She is a certified Maryland State Emergency Services Instructor, as well as an adjunct instructor at the National Fire Academy. Chief Utz's education includes a Master of Science degree (2012), and a Bachelor of Science degree (2011); both in Management and with an emphasis in Public Safety Leadership from the Johns Hopkins University. She is also a graduate of the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program (2015). Chief Utz also serves on the Maryland Advisory Council to the Center for the Study of Health Effects of Fire. Ms. Aubert-Utz represents career emergency services personnel.

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