Council Chair Dannielle M. Glaros
The Prince George’s County Council, on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, unanimously elected the leadership team of Council Chair Dannielle M. Glaros (D) – District 3, and Council Vice-Chair Todd M. Turner(D) – District 4, to serve in Legislative Year 2018. Chair Glaros and Vice-Chair Turner will serve in Council leadership through December 3, 2018.
Chair Glaros was originially elected to a four-year term on the Prince George’s County Council in the 2014 General Election. Glaros represents the municipalities of Landover Hills, Riverdale Park, University Park, New Carrollton, Berwyn Heights and portions of College Park. She also represents the communities East Pines, Glenn Dale, Glenridge, Lanham, Riverdale Heights and Hills, Seabrook, Templeton Knolls, West Lanham Hills, and Woodlawn.
WATCH “COUNCIL CONNECTION – TOGETHER STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITIES” ON PRINCE GEORGE’S COMMUNITY TELEVISION WITH HOST, COUNCIL CHAIR DANNIELLE M. GLAROS!
“COUNCIL CONNECTION-TOGETHER STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITIES,” is currently airing on Prince George’s Community Television, an award–winning, nonprofit cable access facility serving as the media hub of information in Prince George’s County since 1989. The program is a production of the Prince George’s County Council, hosted by Council Chair Dannielle M. Glaros. The current edition focuses on youth training and employment programs in Prince George’s County, with guests Walter Simmons, Executive Director, Prince George’s Local Workforce Development Board, and Prince George’s County EDC, Workforce Services Division, and Stephanye Maxwell, Director, Office of Human Resources Management. For programming information, visit www.pgctv.org or watch below to learn more about summer jobs for youth and how to hire young people in the County
REGION FORWARD BLOG
Q&A: Prince George's County Council Chair Dannielle Glaros
COG's Region Forward Vision focuses on creating a more prosperous, accessible, livable, and sustainable metropolitan Washington. It maps out ambitious goals and targets to guide future decisions and measure progress. In addition to COG, the region’s local governments and several civic and nonprofit organizations have endorsed the vision and incorporated it into their own planning efforts. The Region Forward Coalition is leading the effort to turn these big goals into better communities. COG shares stories on its Region Forward Blog to highlight area leaders and initiatives that are helping advance the vision. In this Q&A, Region Forward Coalition Chair and Prince George's County Council Chair Dannielle Glaros discusses the ways her committee is working to ensure area residents have access to opportunity regardless of where they live.
New Leadership for Legislative Year 2018
"I am humbled by this moment and deeply grateful to my colleagues on this Council for choosing me to serve as Chair for the 2018 Legislative Year. Thank you for your confidence and the opportunity to serve with such accomplished leaders. I am proud to accept the gavel you have entrusted to me and of the work we have done together to strengthen the communities we are privileged to represent. It has been 20 years since a Council Member from District 3 has served as Chair, so I consider it a real honor to represent the Council in this role." Council Chair Dannielle M. Glaros