MARLBORO, MD – The
third meeting of the Prince George’s County New Americans Task Force
(NATF) will take place on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. in the
Community Room at Vista Gardens Marketplace, Bowie, MD. The 9-person
volunteer task force is an advisory committee formed by Prince George’s County
Executive Rushern L. Baker, III that is charged with identifying and
recommending best practices for increasing diversity in Prince George’s
County Government. NATF, co-chaired by Sen. Victor Ramirez (D-47th
District) and Patricia Arzuaga, Esq., is working collaboratively with key
stakeholders, including state and local elected officials, community
organizations, businesses and other community partners to achieve its
meeting of the New Americans Task Force
Americans Task Force Members:
Co-Chair Senator Victor Ramirez (D-District 47)
Co-Chair Patricia Arzuaga, Esq.
Prince George’s County Council Vice Chair Will Campos (D-District 2)
Hector Aguiñiga, International Student Counselor, International School Counseling Office, Prince George’s County Public School System
Luisa Montero-Diaz, Managing Director, Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers, Latin American Youth Center
Andy Kim, Secretary and Treasurer, Prince George’s County Korean American Chamber of Commerce
Lt. Joe Perez, President, Hispanic National Law Enforcement Association
Virginia Kase, Chief Operating Officer, CASA de Maryland
Franklin Akinkoye, Chairman, Board of Directors, African Business Owners Forum, Inc.
February 8, 2014, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Hwy
There may be portions of the meeting
closed to the public pursuant to provisions of the Maryland Open Meeting Act.