Adrienne Stokes is a native of Brooklyn, New York. Early on Baltimore, Maryland became her home. She is the loving mother of two middle school children.
Adrienne holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Frostburg State University where she majored in Mass Communications and dual minored in English Literature and Public Relations. She holds a Master of Health Science in Healthcare Administration from Towson University.
Adrienne has worked in healthcare industry for over 25 years serving both the private sector and federal government. She is both a federally certified Contracting Officer Representative and certified Program/ Project Manager.
Adrienne’s true passion is mentoring young girls and women. She served as an advisor for Morgan State University’s Alpha Delta Chapter for almost 10 years. Committed to wellness, in her free time you will find her in the gym. She also enjoys cooking, enjoying time with family/friends and traveling abroad. She currently learning to both Spanish and French.
Adrienne is an active and financial member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Makeda Scott was born in Tampa, Florida but lived most of her life in Baltimore City, Md. She has twin sons and a daughter and has been married for 14 years. She received a B.A. degree in communications from St. Augustine University in Raleigh, N.C. After graduation, she attended Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga. When she returned to Baltimore City, Makeda utilized her exceptional journalistic skills as a Commissioner on the Maryland Transportation Board, a member of the American Red Cross Disaster Team, a member of the National Association of Journalists, and as a senior campaign strategist for a candidate seeking to become Baltimore City's mayor.
As an effective communication leader and public affairs diplomat, Makeda accomplished many achievements at the following sites:
WSB-TV Channel 2 (Atlanta, Ga.), Enterprise Foundation (Columbia, Md.)
American Federation of State and County Municipal Employees (AFSCME),
The British Embassy (Washington, D.C.), Congressman John Sarbanes Office (Washington, D.C.), and the League of Women Voters (Baltimore City, Md.).
The historic election of Makeda Scott in 2018 as the first Black female chairperson of Baltimore County's Board of Education is a tribute to her leadership, vision, and dedication to service. Makeda Scott is a proud member of the Emerge Maryland organization, the Women's Campaign School at Yale (Yale School of Law), and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Inc.
Jalecia is wife and mother of three young children in Baltimore, MD. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and her Master of Science in Public Health with emphasis on built environment and the impact the environment has on low-income communities. Her love for the community follows her into her career as she oversees vaccines allocations for low-income families. She dedicates a lot of her free time to serving the community, including providing low-cost doula services to birthing families.