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MBM Board Officers


Tracy Gant, President
Mayor, Edmonston
Prince George's County, MD


Tracy Gant is Vice President of MBM. She was appointed to the Edmonston, MD Town Council in 1992, the first African American to serve on the Town Council. Two years later, she was elected to the Council and, in 2013, served as Vice Mayor. Gant was elected Mayor in 2014 (re-elected in 2017) of the Prince George's "bridging community."


As well, Gant is active with the Maryland Municipal League (MML) as: former Chairman and member of the Convention Planning Committee, past Chair of the Communications Committee, Board Member
at-Large, President-elect and currently President.


One of Mayor Gant's first initiatives as President of MML was developing the "Time to Talk” program, supporting the efforts to build inclusive communities across the state.


When not serving as Mayor, Gant is a Property Manager with Grady Management. She is married with three children and four grandchildren.

Photo of Cynthia Miller, Mayor of District Heights Maryland

Cynthia Miller, Vice President
Mayor, District Heights
Prince George's County, MD

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Cynthia Miller, City of District Heights was elected in July 2022. She entered into political office in May 2014, when she was elected Commissioner, Ward 1 and was appointed Vice Mayor in June 2021.


Mayor Miller served as Liaison for general government and has 38 years of combined experience working in the federal, non-profit, private and public sectors; she has lived in District Heights for 24 years.


Miller is a 2015 Fellow graduate with the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance with the University of Maryland, Maryland Municipal League. She is the Former President (2018-2019), and current Policy Chair, of the Prince George’s County Municipal Association. She currently serves on the Marlboro Pike Corridor Stakeholders Committee, which focuses on the revitalization of Marlboro Pike.  

Monica Casanas Mayor of Colmar Manor, MD
Photo of bridge at historic site in Colmar Manor Maryland

Monica Casañas is Colmar Manor’s first Hispanic mayor. Born in Bogota, Colombia and raised in Queens, NY, Monica moved to Maryland in 2005.She is deeply passionate and committed to social justice and equity issues: a community activist, influencer and communications professional who works to build and strengthen community.


In 2022, Casañas’s work on building inclusive communities energized her run for Mayor, and expand voting to non-citizens in Colmar Manor. 


Casañas has an associate’s degree from Montgomery College, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland and master’s degree from American University. She serves on the executive board of the Maryland Black Mayors. She lives with her husband, daughter, dog and two cats.

Former Mayor of Forest Heights Calvin Washington

Calvin Washington, Treasurer
Former Mayor, Forest Heights 
Prince George's County, MD 

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Bio coming soon.


MBM Board Directors
(All currently represent Prince George's County)

Kayce Munyeneh Mayor of Cheverly MD

Kayce Munyeneh
Mayor, Cheverly

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Katrina Dodro Mayor New Carrollton MD

Katrina Dodro 
Mayor, New Carrollton

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