ROSETTA C. PARKER (1931-2014)
Democrat, District 47, Prince George's County
Member of House of Delegates, January 8, 2003 to January 10, 2007. Member, Environmental Matters Committee, 2003-07 (housing & real property subcommittee, 2003-07; local government & bi-county agencies subcommittee, 2003-07; motor vehicles & transportation subcommittee, 2003-07; abatement of drug-related nuisances work group, 2004; motor vehicle issues work group, 2004; co-chair, affordable housing work group, 2004). Vice-Chair, County Affairs Committee, Prince George's County Delegation, 2003-07. Member, Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Caucus, 2003-07; Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2003-07; Maryland Green Caucus, 2003-07; Women Legislators of Maryland, 2003-07; Maryland Educators Caucus, 2005-07.
Member, Park and Recreation Advisory Board, Prince George's County, 1999-2014.
Born February 7, 1931. Fayetteville State University, B.S., 1955. Graduate studies, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill; University of Maryland College Park, Trinity College, Washington, DC. Vice-principal, Prince George's County Public School System, 1993-2002 (teacher, reading specialist, master teacher, administrative assistant, 1966-93). President, Concerned Citizens, Michigan Park Hills, 1972-. President and Vice-President, Neighbor United Projects, Inc., 1975-84. President, 8th Precinct Civic Association, 1980-90. President, Rollingcrest Coalition, 1984-; Rollingcrest-Chillum Recreation Council, 1984-. Past member, Board of Directors, Maryland Citizen Action Coalition; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington. Former member, Prince George's County Democratic Central Committee (treasurer, 4 years). Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc; National Council of Negro Women. Women's Hall of Fame, Prince George's County, 1993. Member, Reid Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, Glenn Dale, Maryland. Died in Hyattsville, Maryland, October 29, 2014.
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