Todd Turner is set to begin his new role as Executive Director of the Office of Ethics and Accountability in Prince George’s on December 5, 2022.
Turner has served in the District 4 seat of the Prince George’s County Council since his election to the office in 2014. He also served as co-chair of the county council in 2018 and council chair in 2019 and 2020. A friend of MACo, Turner served for many years on the MACo Legislative Committee and most recently chaired the MACo Tax Subcommittee.
As a public servant of over 30 years, Turner expressed his appreciation and enthusiasm for the next chapter following the appointment, according to WTOP.
‘I want to thank County Executive Alsobrooks, those who spoke on my behalf and my former County Council colleagues for their support and confidence in me today in confirming my nomination to be the next Executive Director of the Office of Ethics and Accountability,’ Turner said in a statement.
‘I will undertake these important responsibilities, as I have done in all of my professional roles to date, to the best of my abilities in upholding the mission of the office, our County and community.’
From County Executive Alsobrooks statement:
‘Based on his years of service and involvement in Prince George’s County, and his qualifications, both academic and during his career, he is a uniquely qualified individual to lead this office. We know that Mr. Turner will help us hold people accountability for fraud, waste, and illegal acts, and to promote public trust in our County Government.’