Terence “Terry” Borneman is MSEA’s treasurer. He has taught elementary and middle school physical education in Carroll County and currently teaches middle school special education students in the Behavioral and Emotional Support Team Program.
Borneman grew up in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. He received his B.S. degree in Physical Education, Dance, Recreation, and Driver Education from West Chester University and his M. Ed. in Administration and Guidance from McDaniel College.
Borneman has officiated high school and college soccer, refereed high school basketball, and was head coach of Westminster High School’s varsity basketball team. For fifteen years, he was the Recreation Director for the city of Westminster.
As co-chair of the Carroll County Education Association Political Action Committee, his innovative competition between schools raised record funds. At CCEA he served as vice president, on the executive board, as government relations chair, and on several committees. For MSEA he has served on the Representative Assembly Committee, as Sergeant of Arms for the Spring RA, as chair of Convention Exhibits Committee, on the MSEA/NEA New Business Committee and as member of the Board of Directors.
As the MSEA treasurer and chair of the Budget Committee, he focuses on maintaining a stable MSEA budget without additional financial hardship to members during these difficult economic times.
Borneman is married to Louise, a retired Carroll County teacher. They live in Westminster and have three adult children. Together, they enjoy outdoor activities and participating in a handbell ensemble.