[photo, Roxane L. Prettyman, Maryland State Delegate] ROXANE LEE PRETTYMAN
Democrat, District 44A, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates since August 23, 2021. Member, Baltimore City Delegation, 2021-. Member, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, 2021-; Women Legislators of Maryland, 2021-.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, March 15, 1957. Attended Frederick Douglass High School, Baltimore, Maryland. Paralegal specialist, U.S. Social Security Administration, 1979-2018. Community Health Nurse, School of Research, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 2008-10. Member, Baltimore City Democratic Central Committee, 2015-. Vice-President, Fulton Community Association; Western District Community Relations Council. Member, Sandtown-Winchester-Harlem Park Master Plan Collective Steering Committee. Community Outreach and Engagement Director, First Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Baltimore, Maryland (president, culinary ministry; captain, sandtown-winchester resiliency hub).

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