Oxon Hill Charter Chapter

Fort washington, md

American Business Women’s Association

Our mission is to bring together business women of diverse occupations and provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally, through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.

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WOMEN LEADING THE WAY

Executive Board

Evie Wallace
President

Dr. Sandra Newsome
Vice President

Dr. Tracey Jackson
Secretary

Dorothy Ellington
Treasurer

Delores McClain
Treasurer

CHAIR MEMBERS

Delores White

Audit Chair

 

Marilyn Thorne

Fundraising Chair

Delores McClain

Dinner Dance Chair

Dr. Sandra Newsome

Education Chair

Earsie Lee

Hospitality Chair

Rhonda Scott-Johnson

Prof Dev Chair

 

Doris Brown
Membership Chair

Delores Frazer

Newsletter  Chair

WYNEDKA HOLLAND

WAMARVA Council

LaVada Harris

 

Courtney Scott-Edwards

Charlotte Brown

Kathy Jeffery

Diahna Brown

Marcea Anderson

Liz Bunn

Bluette Williams

Mazie Boone

Decorations

Liala Miller

Elma Scott-Brandon

Decorations

Ruth Peterson

Flora Gaskin

Janice Watson

Earthel Foster

Cecelia Bowlding

Gabryelle Awkard

Student Member

                                                                 Paige Scott-cooper
                                                                Student member

 

FEATURED MEMBER

2021 Woman of the Year – Mazie Boone

 Oxon Hill Charter Chapter will honor our Woman of the Year on February  20, 2021 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Greenbelt, MD, 11:30 a.m.   Ticket cost is $65 per person. 

Mazie has been a member of Oxon Hill Charter Chapter since March 1, 2016 and is a strong supporter of our Chapter, our community, and her church.  She is Oxon Hill Charter Chapter’s FIRST  hearing impaired member to be voted Woman of the Year.   She was born hearing impaired, has two hearing impaired siblings and one deaf sister.  This disability did not hinder Mazie in her ambition to be successful.  Mazie holds extensive experience working with the U.S. Government as a Supply Technician in Philadelphia, PA at the Naval Inventory Control  Point and Washington, D.C. at the Architect of the Capitol for over 29 years collectively.  She received numerous awards and certificates for outstanding work and service as an employee. Writing poems and songs are hobbies that she enjoys and she has a large collection of her original work. 

She is an active member of Galilee Baptist Church and greatly involved in the Deaf Community Ministry.  She has been a member of the National Association of the Deaf for more than 50 years and works diligently to help the Deaf Community.  Annually.  She donates a huge amount of school supplies and coats to needy children. 

Mazie has been married to John Boone, Sr. for over 50 years.  They have one daughter, one son (deceased) and raised identical twin sisters of John after the death of his mother.  They have 4 grandchildren.  When she looks back on where she started and how far God has brought her, all the praise and glory belong to God for He has blessed her in so many unexpected and tremendous ways.

 

 

 

Our SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS

Empowering Women through Educational Scholarships

Today’s scholarship recipients are tomorrow’s leaders.  ABWA members have provided opportunities for women to achieve their personal and professional best by championing educational opportunities through the Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund (SBMEF). Since 1953, SBMEF has awarded almost 18 million dollars in scholarships to more than 17,000 women. To learn more about available scholarships, go to sbmef.org.

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