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District 3 Board Member Pamela Boozer-Strother Biography

Elected in 2018 and 2022, Pamela Boozer-Strother is the representative for Prince George’s County Board of Education, District 3.

Committee Service: 

  • Chair, Climate Change Action Plan Focus Work Group, 2021-2022
  • Operations, Budget and Fiscal Affairs Committee Member, 2021-2022
  • Ad Hoc Committee on the Implementation for the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Act, Maryland Associate of Boards of Education (MABE), 2021-2022
  • Policy & Governance Committee Chair, 2020-2021
  • Policy & Governance Committee Vice-Chair, 2019-2020
  • Policy & Governance Committee Member, 2022-2023
  • Community Schools Steering Committee, 2020-2021
  • Legislative Committee, Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE), 2019-2021, 2023
  • Policies and Procedures Committee, Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE), 2022-2023

Ms. Boozer-Strother was born in Prince George’s County and returned in 2005 as a resident of Brentwood in District 3. At that time, she became an active leader of community organizations and town committees focused on children, education and economic development. In 2018, she was recognized for her years of community service with the Mighty Joe Impact Award from Joe's Movement Emporium.

Ms. Boozer-Strother is parent of a 7th grader at Hyattsville Middle School and a dedicated activist who is determined to put children first as the District 3 representative on the Prince George’s County Board of Education. For three (3) years, she served as the Treasurer of the Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) and chaired fundraising efforts for in-school arts programs, after school programs and teacher appreciation.

She is a big proponent of the Board of Education Educational Equity Policy (adopted 2019) and Community Schools Policy (adopted 2018) that will bring expanded health care and social services to our students and families in partnership with government, business, nonprofit and faith based organizations. She sees this as a critical opportunity to move our school system forward.

A believer that arts are essential in education and community, Ms. Boozer-Strother served as a Board Member and President of the Gateway Community Development Corporation (Gateway CDC) from 2007-2009 which has driven the arts-centered economic revitalization of the Route 1 corridor.

She has experience with building planning, budgeting and construction through the oversight of the Gateway Arts Center, critical skills she brings to the PGCPS Capital Improvement Program. In her Gateway CDC leadership role and PTO Treasurer role, she has worked successfully with elected officials at the municipal, county and state level to bring resources to the children of Prince George’s County.

Ms. Boozer-Strother earned her MBA from the Kogod School of Business at American University while serving as the executive director of national association. She is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) and founded a business in 2011 focused on association convention and events sponsorship fundraising.