S-DC Alumnae Elected to Maryland Democratic Committee
posted: October 13, 2010
Wanda Williams being sworn in.
It was a day of firsts for Wanda Williams. On Saturday, October 2, 2010, the entrepreneur, educator and business advocate was sworn in by Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley as a newly elected official of the Anne Arundel County Central Democratic Committee. She is also the first African American woman to serve in her district.
Central Committee members are elected volunteers of the Maryland Democratic Party. They are strongly committed to the Democratic Party and work to ensure the election of Democrats to public office.
Wanda Williams, Governor Martin O'Malley and others.
As a member of the Anne Arundel Central Committee, Ms. Williams is also a member of the Maryland State Central Committee. "This is an excellent opportunity to serve my county and state as a loyal Democrat committed to the policies our Governor has initiated to keep Maryland as one of the most desirable states in the country to live, work, and grow. Our message is, 'Moving forward, not backwards.' "
For over fifteen years, Wanda Williams has been an advocate for entrepreneurship. She has facilitated training courses, workshops and seminars for hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs and start up businesses. She has also worked closely with the nationally recognized National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) to teach the concepts of business ownership at area high schools and colleges.
Her advocacy for entrepreneurship extends to her current position as Vice Chair of the Public Policy Committee of the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce.
As an elected official, Ms. Williams urges all Maryland Democrats to get involved and get out the Vote for Governor Martin O'Malley and Team Maryland. "Our future is bright", she says. "Let's keep Maryland moving forward".
For more information, contact:
Michael A. Mobley
obsidianmgmt @ aol.com