Charlene Proctor, Esq., Chair
Charlene Proctor, Esq. was appointed as Commissioner to the Prince George’s County Human Rights Commission in September 2019, elected Vice-Chair in October 2020, and appointed as Chair effective July 1, 2021. Chair Proctor has resided in Prince George’s County for over 30 years. She serves as Senior Counsel in the Office of Equal Employment at the Securities and Exchange Commission. She has provided executive level management of EEO programs at the Commission, Transportation and Security Administration and Merit Systems Protection Board. Prior to that, she served in attorney positions at the Merit Systems Protection Board, U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, Department of Justice and District of Columbia Court of Appeals, where she recommended decisions on procedural motions, complaints of employment discrimination and appeals from federal personnel actions.
Chair Proctor has a diverse training portfolio and holds certificates in workplace investigations, civil treatment training and alternative dispute resolution practices. She volunteers as a Settlement Neutral for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and as an instructor for Negotiations Works. Ms. Proctor is active in local, regional and national professional associations, community service organizations and 501(c)(3) organizations. She graduated from Hampton University with a B.A. in Economics and received her Juris Doctorate from Howard University School of Law. She is a member of the Pennsylvania and U.S. Supreme Court bars.
Wade A. Woolfolk, Secretary
Secretary Woolfolk is a Prince George's County native originally from Capitol Heights, MD. He believes every citizen has a voice and should be heard. Currently, he is a public health professional with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with experience in international affairs and program management and is a certified Change Management Professional. His professional experience includes consulting for federal agencies and non-profits on food safety, healthcare, information technology, and diplomatic security. A former small business owner, Secretary Woolfolk has served on Prince George's County boards such as United Communities Against Poverty, Inc. and the Ethics Panel for the Board of Education. Selected by the American Cancer Society, he is also the Ambassador for Prince George's County for the "Real Men Wear Pink" campaign for breast cancer. Additionally, he is a ministry leader at Woodstream Church. Secretrary Woolfolk holds a B.S. in Business Administration and an M.A. in Organizational Communications from Bowie State University. He and his wife reside in Bowie, MD.
Nathaniel Bryant is a 43-year resident of Prince George's County. He holds a Masters of Arts degree in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice, and is a certified paralegal. His professional experience has been in the areas of law enforcement and investigations: he was a detective with the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department, a Special Agent with the US Secret Service, and an Investigator for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel and the U.S. State Department. Mr. Bryant has served Prince George's County through his roles as Inspector, Board of License Commissioners; Chair of the Community Advisory Committee with the Redevelopment Authority; Chief Democratic Elections Judge; Prince George's County Representative, Transportation Planning Board; and as a Member of the Prince George's County Advisory Committee on Aging.
Adonna Bannister Green
Llamilet Gutierrez is the Executive Director of the Amara Legal Center, a nonprofit providing legal services for anyone harmed through their involvement in commercial sex. Commissioner Gutierrez provides legal representation, connects survivors with vital social services, and raises public awareness of the legal issues facing clients. Her legal practice includes providing victim advocacy for clients, criminal defense, post conviction relief (expungements), family law representation, protective orders, and policy advocacy. Prior to her current role, Commissioner Gutierrez was an attorney at the Office of the Public Defender in Prince George's County, Maryland, where she provided criminal defense representation to individuals charged with offenses ranging from misdemeanor theft to murder and who could not afford an attorney. Commissioner Gutierrez is on the board of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association, the President of the Prince George’s County Bar Association, a Maryland State Bar Association Leadership Academy Committee member and a Maryland Bar Foundation Fellow. Commissioner Gutierrez, who also coaches mock trial at DuVal High School in Lanham, was appointed as a Commissioner in October of 2020. She lives in Riverdale with her husband and daughter.
Wendi J. Howard
Sylvia L. Johnson
Sylvia L. Johnson was appointed to the Human Relations Commission early in Fiscal Year 2020. A native Washingtonian, she has resided in Prince George’s County for more than 25 years. The founder and CEO of JI-Solutions LLC, a woman owned 8a certified Health IT and Biomedical Consulting Company, Commissioner Johnson is also the president of DC Technology Systems, an IT Cybersecurity company. Commissioner Johnson started her 18 year career in public service with the US Federal government with the NIH/NCI and the US/FDA as a research scientist, compliance officer, lead FDA Inspector and Specialist for the FDA Commissioner working on International Affairs. After leaving the federal government, Commissioner Johnson held executive positions with several Fortune 500 Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology companies. She’s a trusted strategic advisor and Subject Matter Expert/Expert Witness in her field. Ms. Johnson earned a BS Degree in Biology from the University of the District of Columbia and a MS Degree in Technology Management (Biotechnology Specialty) from the University of Maryland/ University College along with several professional certifications from the SBA & MIT. She’s the proud mother of one son, a recent graduate of Benedict College.
Dr. Ademola Moses Oduyebo
Commissioner Oduyebo earned a Master's Degree in Mediation and Conflict Resolution and a PsyD in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Criminology and Justice System Studies. He is an effective Mental Health Clinician working with youth of all backgrounds and cultures. He has lived in Prince George's County since 1989. He has worked with domestic and international leaders and business consultants in a variety of industries and comes to the Commission with a deep passion to assure Prince Georgians that the County cares, that it is willing and ready to protect their interests through a fair arbitration process that could help in breaking impasses and overcoming resistance and hurdles. Dr. Oduyebo is a proud husband and father to four young men.
Andrea R. Price-Carter
Commissioner Price-Carter is a committed governmental affairs executive with over two decades' experience in public policy advocacy and specific expertise in long-term care and aging. As Congressional Affairs Manager at LeadingAge in Washington D.C., Commissioner Price-Carter focuses on the critical issues impacting the national association's mission-driven, aging-focused service provider members and 38 state partners. She engages elected officials and other stakeholders to advance before Congress and the Administration policy priorities such as the re-authorization of the Older Americans Act and to promote legislative initiatives that address crucial issues, including the workforce crisis in aging services and the use of telehealth and technology to benefit older adults' care. Prior to joining LeadingAge, Commissioner Price-Carter worked at the National Association for the Support of Long-Term Care and AARP, also in Government Affairs. She began her career as a legislative staffer, first for former U.S. Rep. Lewis F. Payne (D-VA) and then for former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder. A 30-year resident of Prince George's County, Commissioner Price-Carter is an active member of Shiloh Baptist Church She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Macro-Environmental Studies and Design from Howard University and a Master's in Public Administration, with a concentration in Public Policy, from Clark Atlanta University.
Joseph S. Reed
Commissioner Reed has spent most of his adult life working on civil rights issues on Capital Hill and at various nonprofits, including nearly six years at the Washington Bureau of the National NAACP. Currently, he works at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) as their Senior Policy Advocate working with community leaders, policymakers, and financial institutions to champion fairness and end discrimination in lending, housing, and business. Commissioner Reed grew up in Fort Washington, Maryland and is a product of the Prince George's County Public Schools, graduating from Suitland High School. A proud alumnus of Hampton University, he obtained his Bachelors Degree in Mass Media with a concentration in Public Relations in 2002. He has also earned a Graduate Certificate in Legal Studies from Georgetown University and a Masters Degree and Graduate Certificate from John Hopkins University in Government and Government Analytics, respectively.
Felicia Lasley Sadler
Appointed in early FY2020, Commissioner Felicia L. Sadler is a resident of Prince George’s County and a proud product of its public school system. A graduate of Suitland High School, Commission Sadler believes in the importance and necessity of giving back to her community. She is a former elected official having served as the District 7 Representative on the Prince George’s County School Board, where she represented 23 schools and 15,000 students in her district.
For the past twenty years, Commissioner Sadler has served as a Senior Trial Attorney at the Disability Rights Section, in the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice. As a disability rights attorney, Commissioner Sadler enforces the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”). Through her advocacy and leadership, she is committed to making sure that more than 50 million Americans living with disabilities do not experience discrimination by employers, state and local governments, and public accommodations because of their disabilities. Commissioner Sadler also served as a former Chair of the Department of Justice Association of Black Attorneys and successfully completed the Department’s Diversity and Inclusion Dialogue Program.
For the last four years Commissioner Sadler has served as a Girl Scout Troop Leader, and a Director and Co-Chair of Advocacy for Zonta International, Inc. where she worked tirelessly to end domestic violence, human trafficking, and child marriage. Commissioner Sadler received her Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, from Spelman College and her Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center. She is married to Donald L. Sadler, Jr. and they are the proud parents of one daughter, Imani Sadler. Commissioner Sadler resides in Upper Marlboro, Maryland with her family.