Commission for Veterans
For the first time ever, County Executive Alsobrooks has declared March 21-25, 2022, as Women Veterans Week in Prince George’s County!
- The 1st Monday of every month (except when national holidays conflict) at 7:00 PM
- Join the Meeting
The general public is invited to attend all monthly meetings. Doing so, they can play an intricate part in the growth and success of the Commission.
- Lisa Williams- Chair
- Kimberly Lewis - Vice Chair
- Andre R. Martel
- Ronald Dickens (VFW)
- Vacant (American Legion)
- Kenneth Hafford (Vietnam Veterans of America)
- Ethel Sligh
- Glynn Parker (Disabled Veterans of America)
- Richard Hollis (Military Order of the Purple Heart)
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Mission & Vision
The mission of the Commission for Veterans is to elevate, develop and promote new and existing programs and services for Veterans and their families within Prince George’s County. It’s our vision that Prince George’s County offers our Veterans quality services and programs to ensure the enrichment and enhancement of life for our men and women and their families.
News and Programs
Did you know?
On average 20 - 22 veterans commit suicide, each day. Help us spread awareness for those who may need help.
One of our top five initiatives is Mental Health.