Black Woman Becomes First Female Fire Chief in Prince George’s County

Nicole Rojas
Aug 6, 2019 - 12:30
Black Woman Becomes First Female Fire Chief in Prince George's County

Tiffany D. Green will become the first Black woman to lead the Prince George’s County Fire and EMS department in Maryland, county officials announced. Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks (D) confirmed Green would assume the position after Fire Chief Benjamin Barksdale retires in the fall. Barksdale, who has served for more than 35 years of fire service, led Prince George’s Fire and EMS for nearly three years, The Washington...

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