Prince George’s County Educators’ Association Announces New President Ahead of 2021-22 School Year

Dr. Donna Christy has more than 20 years of experience working in schools and on education policy

FORESTVILLE, MD — The Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) welcomes the new school year with Dr. Donna Christy taking the reins as the new union president. Dr. Christy, formerly the union’s treasurer, has more than twenty years of experience as a school psychologist as well as an extensive background in education policy and labor organizing.

Dr. Christy has worked in several Prince George’s County schools, including William Paca Elementary School, Charles H. Flowers High School and CMIT North Middle School & High School. 

“I believe in the collective strength of Prince George’s County educators, parents, and community members,” said Dr. Christy. “Working together, we can create a supportive, positive school environment where educators have the tools they need to help children thrive. We will strengthen and build coalition partnerships that foster racial and social justice, secure more resources to help students succeed, and ensure our schools are healthy, safe, and stimulating places to learn.”

As Prince George’s County begins the school year, President Christy and other PGCEA officials look forward to hearing from county educators, parents and community members to advance the fight for equity in Prince George’s County schools and in our communities.


About Prince George’s County Educators’ Association:

Prince George’s County Educators’ Association (PGCEA) is an advocacy organization that actively represents classroom educators and other instructional personnel to negotiate over wages, terms and conditions of employment. PGCEA supports quality schools through its bargaining efforts to retain and attract teachers of excellence and promote opportunities for ALL students to learn.