Member, Board of Health, Prince George's County, 2014-; District Council, Prince George's County, 2014-; Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Prince George's County, 2016-18.
Member, National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board, 2015-17; Washington Suburban Transit Commission, 2015-; Prince George's County Surcharge Exemptions for Projects Near Transit Properties Work Group, 2017-18. Board of Directors, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 2017-. Member, Prince George's County School Construction Master Plan Work Group, 2018-; Prince George's County Environmental Justice Commission, 2018-.
Special Assistant to Senate President, 2002. Director, Constituent Services for Douglas J. J. Peters, Prince George's County Council, District 4, 2003-06.
Member, Bowie City Council, representing District 3, 2005-09; At Large, 2011-14 (city council liaison, community recreation committee & diversity committee). Mayor Pro Tem, City of Bowie, 2007-09. Member, Transportation Planning Board, Washington Council of Governments, 2008-14 (chair, 2012).
Legislative Officer, Prince George's County Council, 2007-14.
Born in New York, New York. Attended Curtis High School, Staten Island, New York; Lafayette College, B.A. (government & law), 1989; City University of New York School of Law at Queens College, J.D., 1994. Admitted to Maryland Bar; District of Columbia Bar; New York Bar. Attorney. Leadership Prince George's, Class of 2010-11. Leadership Greater Washington, Class of 2016-17. Member, Legislative Committee, Maryland Association of Counties, 2015-. Fellow, Academy for Excellence in Local Governance, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland, 2017. Member, Prince George's County Chamber of Commerce; Greater Bowie Chamber of Commerce; Disney Bell Post no. 66, Sons of the American Legion. Former secretary, Citizens Association of South Bowie. Past president, Covington Recreation Association. Elizabeth and David Scull Metropolitan Public Service Award, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 2014. Married; two children.
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