“…I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep.”
The Prince George’s County Alumnae Chapter (PGCAC) continuously honors the celebrated accomplishments of our past presidents, who were all dynamic, virtuous, purpose-driven activists. Galvanized by the charter president, Ethel Mae W. Rogers Grundy, an accomplished business woman and educator, passionate leadership was always a fundamental principle. Each president recognized the rich history of excellence as the chapter developed programs and initiatives that met the needs of the evolving communities in Prince George’s County.
Known for their gifts of amazing grace, tenacious dignity, and enduring strength, the past presidents were powerful, resourceful leaders. They understood the essence of partnerships as a strategy to maximize resources and build sustainability while reaching the far corners of the County.
Today, after providing service for more than four decades, PGCAC indisputably affirms its current premier distinction of excellence in Prince George’s County, Maryland.
“To whom much is given, much is required.”