We are pleased to announce the election of two new Board members. Both bring to this important leadership assignment a deep commitment to public service and a rich background in community service.
Steven L. Davis is the founding pastor of The Worship Center in Bryans Road. His career embraces extensive work locally and nationally in the law enforcement field, with a focus on teaching and training in areas relating to the development of people skills and negotiation. Topics such as conflict resolution and consensus building figure importantly in his seminars and consulting assignments. He received a Master’s degree in divinity in 1995 and a Ph.D. in psychology in 1999. A world traveler, he grew up in Charles County and resides in White Plains.
Courtney J. Edmonds practices law as an Assistant General Counsel at Leidos, Inc., where he addresses public and private sector agreements, corporate ethics, and regulatory compliance. He was awarded his J.D. in 2002 and an LL.M. in National Security Law in 2015, both from Georgetown University Law Center. His career includes writing articles on legal topics and serving as a graduate-level adjunct professor at two universities. From 2008 to 2012, he served on the Charles County Planning Commission, chairing it in 2010. An Air Force veteran with service in Germany, the Philippines, and Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, Mr. Edmonds resides in Waldorf.
The Charitable Trust’s Board of Directors now numbers nine. Terms are for three years.