Diversity Caucus to Host Luncheon at #MACoCon

The Honorable Ingrid M. Turner (photo courtesy Maryland Archives)

The Maryland County Officials Diversity Caucus (Diversity Caucus) will hold a luncheon from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at the MACo Summer Conference. The luncheon is open to all conference attendees with a Thursday lunch ticket. A Thursday lunch ticket is provided with a full conference registration, and may also be purchased separately with the Thursday daily registration.

At this year’s luncheon join Judge Ingrid Turner of the Prince George’s County Circuit Court and Justin Ross of PWRJ Government Relations – a former county Council Member and former Maryland Delegate, respectively – for a discussion about leveraging passion and personal experiences for professional transitions in the public sector.

Justin Ross
Justin Ross (photo courtesy Maryland Archives)

The Diversity Caucus provides an organizational structure for county elected officials of minority descent to empower, represent, and respond to issues affecting the most vulnerable communities and constituencies; to promote legislation and policies beneficial to the people they represent; and to serve as a central point for information and participation within the Maryland Association of Counties. The mission of the Diversity Caucus is to foster current and future leaders from within the community of elected officials of minority descent and in Maryland county government, and to provide resources and support for Diversity Caucus members and those who share its goals. Visit the MACo website to learn more about the Maryland County Officials Diversity Caucus.

The 2018 MACo Summer Conference will be held August 15-18 at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, Maryland. This year’s theme is “Water, Water Everywhere.”

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