New Leadership-Delivering Results for Our Community
Aletheia is a wife, mother, successful small businesswoman for over 20 years here in the 44th district & Vice President of the Early Learning Division for SEIU, Local 500. As a Baltimore native, she received her K-12 public education and understands the importance of having safe, resourceful schools. She completed her college careers at Villa Julie College (Stevenson University) and Notre Dame of Maryland University. Aletheia left the private industry with Johns Hopkins Medicine as a computer analyst to pursue her passion for early elementary education. Many said she was crazy to make such a drastic move and she would fail only to return to private industry. Well, 25 years later and many success stories, she is still operating her daycare right here in 44th district. The journey has been so worth it. Her hopes are to continue the journey as one of the next Delegates representing you in Annapolis.
The President of SEIU, Local 500 writes:
"As a member and as VP of the Early Learning Division, Aletheia has helped grow our union's early education sphere and helped us expand in the Baltimore region. She is a gifted organizer who is always ready to lift up friends and support the cause in ways big and small. Her activism and volunteering speak for themselves. From door knocking for other candidates to testifying on behalf of paid sick leave, the fair wages, the environment, women's rights, or education scholarships, Aletheia has long been on the right side of the issues and legislation affecting working families."
Aletheia is exactly the person you need representing you in Annapolis with the tenacity of other great leaders in Maryland's House of Delegates!
One of her favorite quotes is by the late, great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands in times of challenge and controversy."
She believes, together we can make a world of difference to see the change we are desiring within our neighborhoods, vote-by-vote.
A little motivational minute...