Supporters

In 2018, Pamela received the endorsements of many local leaders because they already knew her track record of success in advocating for the families of PGCPS. In 2022, that support has only grown as Pamela has kept her promises and worked with local leaders of civic associations, nonprofit leaders at the local, County and State level, municipal Mayors and Councilmembers, County Councilmembers, and State Senators and Delegates. Pamela will continue to work at all levels of government and civic advocacy on behalf of PGCPS and children.

Supporters 

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Community Leaders

"Pamela Boozer-Strother is one of the most effective politicians I've ever worked with at any level. During the times I've led civic committees to get new schools built in District 3, Pamela has been doing the essential work of interpreting policy to multiple project stakeholders, following up on tasks with essential staff and ensuring that results get delivered to our communities. She has accomplished so much in her first four years of office, I cannot wait to see what she'll accomplish in the next four years and I wholeheartedly support her for re-election.
--Daniel Broder, Leader of School Construction Funding Advocacy, Hyattsville

District 3 Municipalities

Mayor Celina Benitez, City of Mount Rainier

Mayor Petrella Robinson, Town of North Brentwood

Mayor Rocio Terminio-Lopez, Town of Brentwood

Mayor Tracy Gant, Town of Edmonston

 

Councilmember-At-Large Evan Dame, Town of North Brentwood

Councilmember Marcus Monroe, Town of Brentwood

Councilmember Mary Vechery-Goff, Town of Brentwood

Councilmember Jimmy Tarlau, City of Mount Rainier, Ward 1

ouncilmember Luke Chesek, City of Mount Rainier, Ward 1

Councilemember Joanne Waszczak, City of Hyattsville, Ward 1

Councilmember Sam Denes, City of Hyattsville, Ward 1

Councimember Danny Schaible, City of Hyattsville, Ward 2

Councilmember Edouard Haba, City of Hyattsville, Ward 4

Councilmember Joseph Solomon, City of Hyattsville, Ward 5

Councilmember Laurie Morrissey, Town of University Park, Ward 3

Councilmember Martha Wells, Town of University Park, Ward 6

 

Prince George's County County Council Members

Dannielle Glaros, District 3

Deni Taveras, District 2

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maryland  General Assembly

47th District Delegation

  • Senator Malcolm Augustine
  • Delegate Diana Fennel (47a) and former Delegate Carlo Sanchez (47b)

“I am with Pamela. She is a parent in our schools and a fighter for all children and families. I know she will move PGCPS forward because I have known her for 10 years and have seen what she has already accomplished in our District. The Board of Education needs a strong leader who knows how to get things done.” (2018 endorsement)

- Diana M. Fennell, Democrat, District 47A, Prince George’s County

22nd District Delegation

  • Senator Paul Pinsky

"Pamela Boozer-Strother, whose district includes Hyattsville and University Park, strikes me as the best candidate to fill a board vacancy. She has a child in public school and, with her PTA activism, has demonstrated a welcome maturity on education policy."  (2018 endorsement)

- Senator Paul Pinsky, Democrat, District 22, Prince George’s County

 

21st District Delegation

  • Senator Jim Rosapepe
  • Delegates Ben Barnes, Joseline Peña-Melnyk & Mary Lehman

 

“Pamela Boozer-Strother is a proud parent and community activist who knows what our children, our families, and our schools need. From fighting for better parent engagement to ensuring access to second-language learning, Pamela will be a great voice for all of us on Prince George’s County Public Schools Board of Education.”  (2018 endorsement)

                             — Joseline Peña-Melnyk, Democrat, District 21, Prince George’s County

 

 

 


Endorsements 2022

Endorsements 2018

 

The Washington Post Logo

"Four candidates are vying in District 3...and the most promising is Pamela Boozer-Strother, a small-business owner and community and school activist. She talks smartly about the need for parent engagement and how to enrich learning and is pragmatic about increased investment in school buildings."   (June 2018)

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