PRICNE WILLAIM COUNTY, Va. — Ramunda Young will now serve on the Prince William County Human Rights Commission.

Young was appointed to the 9-member board by Prince William Neabsco District Supervisor John Jenkins. The 20-year-old commission works to prohibit discrimination of county residents by race, sex, color, or religion.

Young currently works at the Community Relations Specialist for Northern Virginia Community College in Manassas.

Here’s more about Young in a press release:

Ramunda Young is the Campus and Community Relations Specialist for Northern Virginia Community College’s Manassas Campus (NOVA) where she is responsible for strategically connecting the campus to the community through innovative partnerships with both local government and business organizations. She works closely with the Provost to increase positive visibility for the college through a variety of engagement methods.

Additionally, Young partners internally with faculty and staff to create marketing and outreach campaigns that increase awareness of academic programs in the community to area stakeholders.

 

5 Responses to “Young Appointed to Prince William Human Rights Commission” (Leave a Comment)


  1. Loree says:

    Congrats to a wonderful woman!

  2. Johny Rebel says:

    Bet she has NAACP on speed dial… Lol.

    Another waste of taxpayer money…… It is a job that should be from private sector.

    Love the big words in the article such as your engagement methods..

    Impeach Obama . Americas done w this crap

  3. Herrald says:

    Lol’. Hahahahaha

  4. Tinisha P. says:

    Ramunda, I am beyond excited for your new endeavor and I am confident that you have everything it takes to soar in this position! You are such an outstanding individual with a heart of compassion and integrity! Walk in your leadership.

  5. Rashawne says:

    Yo! pass another stimulus pakage… I need to get my obama phone back up n running… Let the middle class pay my bills!!

    I dont feel i need to work cuz we have a black prezidnt.

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