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Dr. James Dula PhD

President

James A. Dula, PhD, is an internationally recognized entrepreneur, civic, community and military leader. He is CEO of James Dula Consulting, a firm that addresses growth and development for CEO’s and managerial teams. He also serves as Commissioner for Small Businesses for the State of Maryland. A retired military commander, he is a Vietnam veteran who served in the Pentagon Air Force Intelligence and The Air Force District of Washington. He served as Director of Administration and Executive Officer at Andrews Air Force Base in the Presidential Wing, which required interaction with the White House and high ranking U.S. government officials.

After 30-years of military duty, Dr. Dula taught in the Prince George’s County Public School System, where he improved young lives by introducing a challenging college preparation and assistance program. From 2002-2006, Dr. Dula served as the Health and Human Services Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Prince George’s County.

Dr. Juanita Miller PhD

Vice President

Tamara Brown

Recording Secretary

Tamara has been a resident of Prince George’s County since 1988. An attorney by profession, Tamara specializes in wireless telecommunications and primarily practices before the Federal Communications Commission. Tamara is co-founder and CEO of Last Mile Broadband LLC, a start-up wireless Internet and broadband company that seeks to provide high-speed broadband service to unserved and underserved areas in the state of Maryland. Tamara is an avid community activist, having served as immediate past president of the Windbrook Area Citizens Association. She is immediate past president of the South County Democratic Club and is now its secretary. She is a founding member of the Greater Piscataway Alliance, a homeowners’ association advocacy group in southern Prince George’s County. She also served as a member of the District IV Police Precinct Citizens Advisory Council and is member of the District V Police Precinct Coffee Club.

Mirinda Jackson

Treasurer

Ms. Jackson is the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Compliance Manager for Prince George’s County Council. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring local businesses are utilized at the National Harbor Project and other select major development projects in the County. As Compliance Manager, she negotiates the MBE Plans with developers for major development projects, which includes establishing contracting and employment goals, monitoring achievements, identifying and providing potential sources to ensure that local businesses and County residents benefit from the major development projects in the County. 

Mission

 

To advance the goals and objectives of the Democratic Party through public interaction, political issue analysis, education, recruitment, fundraising, coordination and cooperation with residents, democratic organizations, and other community based activities to benefit the party and enhance our general welfare.

BOARD MEMBERS

COMMITTEE CHAIRS

Edith Jefferson

Corresponding Secretary

Lisa Proctor

Membership Chair

Carolyn Lowe

Parliamentarian Chair