Class of 1972
In addition, I served as child advocate and Maryland Representative for the Every Child Matters Education Fund (ECMEF) Program. In this capacity, I organized and participated in the first Step Up for Kids Day march on the Nationâ€™s Capital in September 2008. [The mission of ECM is to assist those children living in poverty who lack affordable housing, health insurance, education, food and in areas that do not foster positive growth and/or opportunities. ]
Currently serve as a Board Member of the Metro Advisory Council and Vice President, The Catholic University of Americaâ€™s Metropolitan School of Professional Studies Organization.
None of these achievements would have been possible had it not been for those that took an interest and pointed out some of my talents while attending Potomac Senior High School. Although the list of dedicated teachers, administrators, and staff is too long to mention, I would like to take this opportunity to say, â€œThank you for everything! Words could never express what a positive impression was made as a result of the kind words, consideration, and thoughtfulness at a time when things were not always easy because of the many barriers that divided the lines. However, the differences made and changes that occurred during and after my attendance at Potomac Senior High will never be forgotten. Again, thank you; especially, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Baker, and Mr. Flood, just to name a few.â€
Honorable Patricia (King) King-Adams
Former Prince Georgeâ€™s Council Member
Potomac Brave Class of 1972
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