I am committed to the citizens of Talbot County. It became evident when I won my first designation in 2009 as a Trappe Town Commissioner. And, my support from the citizens became even more evident and encouraging when I won my second appointment in 2013. I sat on the Trappe Town Council for a total of 8 years gaining experience through governance for the town. I was employed 30 years in Administration with the State of MD. My service of commitment encompasses both the County and the Town of Easton.
Rosalee “Rose” Potter was raised in Queen Anne’s County specifically in a small town known as Centreville, MD. She attended both secondary and high school while residing in this district. She is the third of three siblings born to her parents. After graduation, Rose enrolled in a business school in Washington DC. Upon graduation from there, she returned to the Eastern Shore securing a job with the State of MD.
Rose was employed by the Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services for more than 20 years before transferring to the Maryland Higher Education Commission in Annapolis MD. While employed for both Social Services and the Higher Education Commission, Rose attended Salisbury University. Because of her perseverance, commitment, and determination, she drove from Annapolis to Salisbury twice a week, attended night classes, attended classes on the weekends, and worked full-time to secure her BASW (Degree in Social Work). Rose obtained her Degree graduating Cum Laude in her class.
I have been volunteering in the community since 2009 with an affiliation amongst 17 organizations. That’s something that I am proud of, as this once again demonstrates the dedication and stamina, I possess for the people of Talbot County.