About

The Howard County Commission for Women was established by statute in 1980 to promote the economic, social and political equality of women. The Commission has the authority to conduct studies, review progress, recommend action, and carry out activities to support this purpose. This may include:

  • Collecting, analyzing and disseminating information to assist in changing attitudes and eliminating discriminatory behavior
  • Studying conditions which demonstrate inequalities and unmet needs concerning women, issuing position papers, and recommending procedures or legislation to remedy them
  • Stimulating efforts to expand educational and employment opportunities for women
  • Promoting recognition of women’s accomplishments
  • Publicizing activities and services of interest to women
Commission Information
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Meeting Schedule
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To be determined.

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Board Members
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The Commission is comprised of twelve members, including one high school student, who are appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council. Current members are:

  • Rhonda Jones, Chair
  • Jessica Epps, Vice Chair
  • Judy Zhou, Student Commissioner
  • Diane Paulus, Recording Secretary
  • Mae Beale
  • Meg Boyd
  • Farida Guzdar
  • Kashonna Holland
  • Maxine F. Kellman-Allen
  • Phyllis S. Zolotorow
  • Stephanie Adibe, Executive Secretary
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
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2021
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Boards & Commissions

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