Commissioner candidate is no slacker
Rose Frederick was born and raised in St. Mary’s County, and attended local Catholic and public schools in the county.
She has a graduate degree in Management and is a GS-15 level retiree from the U.S. Department of the Navy after 35 years of dedicated service. She began her service as a GS-2 clerical employee and ended her 35-year career as a department head for not only the budgeting department, of which she was a subject matter expert, but she also led the procurement and logistics departments.
She has worked in the trenches. Rose has given of her time volunteering at schools and local boards and committees such as chairing the St. Mary’s County Department of Social Services Board; serving as treasurer for the Maryland Association of Social Services Boards (a state-level position); and serving as vice president of the Southern Maryland Center for Independent Living. She has been a higher education board member and served on several other boards and committees.
She is more than qualified to be a county commissioner, and you can believe she will work across lines and with the St. Mary’s County state delegates and senator to get things done. She is no slacker, and county projects will be well thought out under the analysis of Rose’s eyes. Vote for her Nov. 6.
Mary Davis, Mechanicsville