Commissioners

Members

Nora Eidelman, Chair 

Commissioner Nora Eidelman was born in Asunción, Paraguay and currently resides in College Park, MD. Commissioner Eidelman is a graduate of the University of Maryland University College, and is currently employed with Community Legal Services of Prince George’s County, Inc., where she serves as Deputy Director. Commissioner Edelman served on several boards including the Prince George’s County Child Resource Center and the Family Crisis Center. She was the co-chair of the Hispanic Community Task Force, a member of the Prince George's County Circuit Court Latino Task Force, a founding member of the Prince George’s Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and a founding member of the Maryland Latino Coalition for Justice.

Nathaniel Bryant

Nathaniel Bryant is a 43-year resident of Prince George's County. He holds a Masters of Arts degree in Public Administration, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice, and is a certified paralegal. His professional experience has been in the areas of law enforcement and investigations: he was a detective with the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department, a Special Agent with the US Secret Service, and an Investigator for the U.S. Office of Special Counsel and the U.S. State Department. Mr. Bryant has served Prince George's County through his roles as Inspector, Board of License Commissioners; Chair of the Community Advisory Committee with the Redevelopment Authority; Chief Democratic Elections Judge; Prince George's County Representative, Transportation Planning Board; and as a Member of the Prince George's County Advisory Committee on Aging.

Adonna Bannister Green

Wendi J. Howard

Sylvia L. Johnson

Johnathan Medlock  

Commissioner Johnathan Medlock believes community leaders are servants first. Currently Vice-Mayor to the City of District Heights, Commissioner Medlock also serves as the Chairman for the Board of Directors for the Brave Heart Entrepreneurial Youth Camp (BEYC). BEYC is a nonprofit organization founded to promote the benefit of youth entrepreneurship. For the past seven years, Commissioner Medlock has volunteered as a mentor to African-American boys in need of male role models through the District Heights Elementary Mentoring Program and through his work as Sergeant-at-Arms and mentor with 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County. He serves on the Board of Directors for the 100 Black Men of Prince George's County and is Chair of that organization’s Saturday Leadership Academy (SLA). He has also organized a “Feed the Hood” program with the National Black United Front.

MaKelia Mitchell   

MaKelia Mitchell, Ph.D. has over 20 years’ experience in education, coaching, supervision and management.  Originally from Charleston, SC, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English, Master of Education and Doctor of Philosophy in Developmental Psychology from Howard University in Washington, DC.  Dr. Mitchell is passionate about advocating for the most vulnerable members of our community and has dedicated her life to changing and improving outcomes for all populations, especially children, regardless of zip code.  She is currently employed with the Prince George’s County Department of Human Services and owns several small businesses based in Prince George’s County, MD.

Dr. Ademola Moses Oduyebo

Commissioner Oduyebo earned a Master's Degree in Mediation and Conflict Resolution and a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Criminology and Justice System Studies. He is an effective Mental Health Clinician working with youth of all backgrounds and cultures. He has lived in Prince George's County since 1989. He has worked with domestic and international leaders and business consultants in a variety of industries and comes to the Commission with a deep passion to assure Prince Georgians that the County cares, that it is willing and ready to protection their interests through a fair arbitration process that could help in breaking impasses and overcoming resistance and hurtles. Dr. Oduyebo is a proud husband and proud father to four young men.

Andrea R. Price-Carter

Charlene Proctor, Esq.

Joseph S. Reed

Commissioner Reed has spent most of his adult life working on civil rights issues on Capital Hill and at various nonprofits, including nearly six years at the Washington Bureau of the National NAACP. Currently, he works at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) as their Senior Policy Advocate working with community leaders, policymakers, and financial institutions to champion fairness and end discrimination in lending, housing, and business. For the last three years he has advocated for the civil rights of Prince George's County residents as an Executive Board Member of the NAACP's Prince George's County branch, also serving as its Political Action Chairman from 2016-2019. He grew up in Fort Washington, Maryland and is a product of the Prince George's County school system, graduating from Suitland High School. A proud alumnus of Hampton University, he obtained his Bachelors Degree in Mass Media with a concentration in Public Relations in 2002. He has also earned a Graduate Certificate in Legal Studies from Georgetown University and a Masters Degree and Graduate Certificate from John Hopkins University in Government and Government Analytics respectively.

Felicia Lasley Sadler

Wade A. Woolfolk