All citizens of District 47A and the state of Maryland deserve a transparent, unbiased, and progressive government that works to enhance the quality of life by providing the necessary services within their communities. Government officials must be responsive to the community’s needs – for example, developing strategic plans that spur economic development within transit-oriented communities. Continuing to advocate equality for all Maryland residents is imperative. Moreover, we must continue to protect our most vulnerable citizens: Our seniors are preyed upon daily; therefore, we need to collaborate with local governments and law enforcement agencies to prevent their economic exploitation.

In addition, our youth deserve the same protection: Enhancing educational and occupational services for our youth, so that they may become viable members within Maryland’s critical workforce. We must also uplift and protect those in the Armed Services who have put their lives on the line to protect our democracy. Caring for the environment and our health with ecological conservation programs and sustainable energy mandates designed to reduce our carbon footprint – especially, if we are to protect and preserve a quality way of life for our children.


Past House Service

2017-2019 Banking, Economic Development, Science & Technology Subcommittee of the Economic Matters Committee

2017-2019 Business Regulation Subcommittee of the Economic Development Committee

2015-2017 Ways and Means Committee

2015-2017 Finance Resources Subcommittee of the Ways and Means Committee

2015-2017 Election Law Subcommittee of the Ways and Means Committee

2015-2017 Revenues Subcommittee of the Ways and Means Committee


2016- Co-Chair, Fire/EMS Caucus (Member, 2015)

2002-2003 Maryland Black Mayors Association

2001- Prince George's County Elected Women

2000-2010 National Arbor Day Foundation

1997- Ladies Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars

1995-2010 Prince George's County Municipal Association

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

Prince George's County Professional Fire Fighters & Paramedics-International Association of Fire Fighters, Local 1619

International Association of Fighters

Public Service

2015-2016 Task Force on the Disposition of the Crownsville Hospital Center Property

1995-2000 Town of Colmar Manor, City Council

1995- Town of Colmar Manor, Recreational Council

2002- Town of Colmar Manor Neighborhood Watch

2003-2010 Maryland State Affordable Housing Board

2001-2002 Maryland Black Mayors Association, Secretary

2002-2003 Maryland Black Mayors Association, Vice-President

2001-2002 Prince George's County Elected Women, Vice-President

2002-2003 Maryland Mayor's Association, Secretary

2003-2004 Maryland Mayor's Association, Vice-President

Anacostia Watershed Society, Volunteer


2010 Town of Colmar Manor Gratitude Award

2010 Port Towns Community Certificate of Appreciation

2004 Outstanding Commitment to the Town of Colmar Manor

2001 CYC Extravaganza for Excellence in Leadership